Nov. 18, 2015 08:00
The Greensboro Bar Association has stepped up and offered to help the Greensboro branch of The Legal Aid of North Carolina give residents another shot at life with the stigma of a criminal record through the Legal Aid’s Second Chance project. The association committed to taking on 50 cases from Legal Aid to assist them in their endeavor....
Nov. 11, 2015 09:09
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In response to the recent violence in Israel, the American Hebrew Academy community has come together to show its support for the citizens of Israel by creating a letter exchange project with Jerusalem teens living under the shadow of terror, as well as holding an all-school Israel solidarity rally....
Nov. 4, 2015 07:58
Graduating in May 2016 from UNCG with Disciplinary Honors in Sociology and a concentration in Criminology, Rachel Ryding is hoping to pursue a doctoral program in the Fall. Her research focus will be issues related to the stigmatization of mental illness and substance use disorders....
Nov. 4, 2015 07:58
Five years later, Lewis found himself assigned to the bike team, CCRT-B, which patrols Downtown Greensboro. This past March, Lewis found himself on a traffic assignment. He was trying to block off a street with his bike but kept thinking to himself “I wish I had a patrol car right about now....
Oct. 28, 2015 08:00
Greensboro’s District 2 encompasses much about what makes the Gate City unique. From the block where the Union Square Campus is rising from former brownfields downtown to the city’s northern limits near Bryan Park and Reedy Fork, the district is one of the most active in terms of development projects and transformation....
Oct. 21, 2015 08:04
Voters decided the last election in District 1 by a mere 12 votes. Given the commitment both incumbent Sharon Hightower and former council member T. Dianne Bellamy-Small have for improving the quality of life for residents in the city’s southeast quadrant, the looming second round could be just as close....
Oct. 7, 2015 08:22
The program is a community outreach initiative of the Forsyth County’s District Attorney’s office and the Ministers’ Conference of Winston- Salem and Vicinity. The first event was held on Sept. 17 and received quite a response, garnering 75 participants....
Oct. 7, 2015 08:22
The LGBTQ Center at Wake Forest University hosted actress and activist Laverne Cox at Wait Chapel on Monday night. Cox is widely known for her character, Sophia Burset, on the award-winning television show Orange Is The New Black, which in and of itself a groundbreaking role....

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