Dec. 11, 2013 09:58
Former Student Government Association president Katie Marshall said the expansion is sorely needed and wouldn’t be happening “if it wasn’t positive for students.” Two current students spoke in favor of the center, with one — who lives in Glenwood — adding she hopes UNCG allows community access to the facility....
Dec. 11, 2013 09:58
Organizational meetings of city councils are typical more ceremonial than substantive: Members take the oath of office. Veterans who are retiring give valedictory remarks or parting shots at adversaries. Newcomers offer platitudes about public service and eagerness to work with colleagues....
Nov. 27, 2013 09:55
Phil Berger Jr. made no effort to distance himself from his father, the powerful state Senate leader, during his campaign kickoff at Bethany Community Middle School in rural Rockingham County last week. The banner announcing his candidacy for the vacant 6 th Congressional District seat conspicuously dropped the “junior....
Nov. 27, 2013 09:55
Mayor Robbie Perkins, the initial driving force behind the noise ordinance revisions in early 2012, objected. The exceptions would negatively impact two new planned hotels downtown, he said, adding that the owners of Greene Street Club were “dishonest” and “terrible” throughout the process....
Nov. 20, 2013 09:58
A small handful of people decided who will represent Greensboro on the next city council and now the changes are a’comin. If newly elected atlarge Councilman Mike Barber has anything to say about it, the first change will be free beer and cigars for every resident....
Nov. 13, 2013 09:28
The Creative Corridors Coalition has eliminated its one paid staff position as the nonprofit organization set up to engage Winston- Salem citizens in enhancing the aesthetic quality of major downtown roadways moves into a more aggressive fundraising phase....

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