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Researchers examine link between housing and health

Housing and its connection to health in the United States are beginning to be explored on new levels, and Greensboro is playing a part in that research. Earlier this year, Greensboro joined 50 other cities ...
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Nine Hispanic leaders buildings bridges in the Triad

Making Their Mark Yessica Vazquez arrived in the Triad from Nicaragua when she was 12. She was often the lone Hispanic student in her middle school classes in Asheboro. In high school, she helped launch ...
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First Bank looks to make big splash in Triad banking ...

In a day and age of mega bank mergers and multitudes of credit unions popping up everywhere and for every group, you’d think that the traditional community bank might be getting squeezed out of the ...
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Reimagining conversations on race in America

I’ve lived my life like everyone else: I’ve lived in different places, I’ve traveled, I’ve met a lot of people. My experience has always been white. I am white. Wherever I go, there I am. ...
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Miller’s Variety preparing to close chapter of Winston history

Sometimes when a job is done, it is done and all that’s left is to move on and enjoy the rewards that you have gathered. It is, regrettably, how something historical becomes history, moving from ...
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Clinton advocates for inclusivity at campaign stop in Greensboro

Hillary Clinton made the University of North Carolina at Greensboro a campaign stop Thursday at the old Student Recreational Center.Doors opened at 1:45, and the rally began at 3:45 p.m.”There’s nothing we can’t do when ...
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Amber Michael’s Art of Darkness

Amber Michael, voted the Triad’s Best Artist in the 2016 Yes! Weekly poll, has won acclaim for her special make-up effects and bodypainting. She’s also a stone Monster Kid. That label, which she shares with ...
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Elsewhere to hold annual extravaganza in Downtown Greensboro

Downtown Greensboro’s busy September will continue this Saturday, Sept. 17, as local art museum Elsewhere hosts its annual Extravaganza that evening. Head down to 606 S. Elm Street and you’ll be treated to a public ...
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Undocumented students speak out against Say Yes to Education

Guilford County students considering colleges and universities visited the Greensboro Coliseum on Tuesday to meet school representatives during a free reception and forum. The event was hosted by the Say Yes to Higher Education’s Guilford ...
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Lawsuit claims Hoffmann violated neighbor’s property rights

A lawsuit filed in Guilford County claims that Greensboro City Council member Nancy Hoffmann’s redevelopment of a building in the 300 block of South Elm Street included trespass and unlawful encroachments on a neighboring building. ...