June 25, 2014 11:45
The budget for the upcoming fiscal year adds two latent print examiner positions to the force, to go with the two they already have. They are responsible for importing fingerprints into a database that searches for matches. The number of hits has been increasing steadily, rising from 382 in 2011 to 1600 in 2013 according to a report from the city....
June 25, 2014 11:45
Railroads once served a very important function in North Carolina as well as the rest of the country, moving goods throughout the state. The station was located on the Winston-Salem Southbound Railway, which was constructed in the early part of the 20 th century to serve the textile and agricultural industries....
June 25, 2014 11:45
After sitting empty for five years, the wheels are in motion for one of Winston-Salem’s most iconic landmarks to be redeveloped. The city’s historic Reynolds Building, located at 51 East Fourth Street, will become a mixeduse property that includes a boutique hotel, meeting space, a restaurant/ bar and luxury residential units on the upper floors....
June 25, 2014 11:45
Downtown Greensboro Incorporated is developing a wish list for the City. While updating City Council on plans and projects during a work session on June 12, DGI discussed changes to their work plan along with some of the elements they have identified as being missing from downtown....
June 18, 2014 10:21
Two ideas that have been discussed include a $1 Coliseum Seat Tax and changes to the Loose Leaf Collection program. Number crunching and much scrutiny have been employed to assess whether these adjustments would result in real financial outcomes or be more trouble to enact than they are worth....
June 18, 2014 10:21
He has also seen changes come to the east side of the city, beginning with the introduction of urban renewal programs. Their shop was originally located on Fifth Street but relocated to 1529 East 14th Street in the early 1960s. He assumed ownership in 1980 and in 1994 was forced to relocate again due to rezoning issues....
June 18, 2014 10:21
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The largest player on the Greensboro Grasshoppers this year – both in height and weight – has been at NewBridge Bank Park before 2014 – as a spectator. Granted, 6-foot-7, 240-pound Sean Townsley was not your average spectator. He was pitching for the Panthers of High Point University and had hopes of landing a professional baseball contract....
June 18, 2014 10:21
McDowell’s symptoms began in December 2012 when his kidneys began to fail and he developed flulike symptoms. His condition worsened after his physician’s assistant prescribed Zithromax and he ended up spending 15 days in the hospital. In the spring he had a bone marrow biopsy, but no leukemia cells were found....
June 11, 2014 10:06
The Piedmont Triad Film Commission has requested more funding from the City of Greensboro to market the highly lucrative film industry in the Triad. While Greensboro and Winston- Salem don’t have Wilmington’s studios or Asheville’s mountain scenery, the Triad does have 277 locations that are promoted by the Piedmont Triad Film Commission....

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