In Guilford County, 137,858 people have reported testing positive and 1,276 people have died, state health officials report.
The current online system will be unavailable Aug. 17-22 as the county transitions to the new system.
GREENSBORO — U.S. Rep. Kathy Manning announced Tuesday that the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services is taking some steps she expects will provide more transparency about a planned facility for unaccompanied migrant children in the city.
Greensboro, Stokesdale, Oak Ridge, Pleasant Garden, Gibsonville and Summerfield will benefit from the money.
Greensboro police decline to identify officers involved in last week's fatal shooting at Clemmons convenience store
Kurt Brenneman, the public information request tracking administrator for the Greensboro Police Department, said in an email that the department is not identifying the officers. He did not provide a reason. The police department is also not releasing any information about the officers' salar…
Chris Meadows, a late write-in candidate in the mayoral race took the lion’s share of the write-in votes — 4,650.
Thus far the county has obligated $17.5 million of the $104 million it's received from the federal American Rescue Plan Act.
Incumbent Nancy Vaughan received 13,932 votes to Outling’s 13,507 — a 425-vote difference — in last week's election. Although he didn't use the word concede, Outling said "all the votes have been cast and I have no reason to suspect that it will now result in my being the next mayor."
City officials said they looked at everything from arson to the weather as they tried to figure out a cause. A separate investigation by insurance investigators also could not pinpoint a cause.
Guilford County commissioners debate details of funding for fire academy, other candidates for ARPA money
The board is trying to decide how to spend money allocated under the American Rescue Plan Act.
Election officials: Protest challenges Greensboro City Council member's use of 're-elect' wording in campaign
The protest was filed Wednesday by Salvatore Leone of Greensboro, who signed documentation that he was not asked by anyone or any organization to do so.
All three companies servicing the unincorporated area and Pleasant Garden are seeking rate hikes.
The building is in Greensboro's downtown district listed on the National Register of Historic Places, making it eligible for federal and state historic-preservation tax credits.
LaToya Caesar-Crawford will begin Monday as Greensboro's first intergovernmental relations manager.
Guilford County Elections Director Charlie Collicutt said an unknown number of provisional and absentee ballots postmarked by Tuesday remain to be counted.
The race was a rematch, pitting former longtime council member Tony Wilkins against Councilwoman Tammi Thurm, who beat him for the District 5 seat in 2017 by 459 votes.
Longtime council member Marikay Abuzuaiter and former mayor Yvonne Johnson, as well as Hugh Holston — who was appointed by the council in September 2021 — will serve another term.
Election officials told them they couldn't vote because the location wasn't their assigned precinct, multiple voters told the News & Record.
Temple Emanuel's Social Action Committee and the News & Record partnered on asking council candidates about the bonds. Here are their answers.
Candidates are vying for at-large seats held by longtime incumbents Marikay Abuzuaiter and former mayor Yvonne Johnson, as well as Hugh Holston — who was appointed by the council in September 2021 to fill a vacancy.
The entire City Council and five bonds are on Tuesday's municipal election ballot.
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Another contract, this one for $177 million, awarded for services at Greensboro site for unaccompanied migrant children
An estimated 1,500 people are expected to staff the Greensboro Piedmont Academy Influx Care Facility for UC (unaccompanied minors), the federal government says.
An elite Greensboro academy will now house immigrant children. People have questions. But no one is answering.
GREENSBORO — After announcing in June that the former American Hebrew Academy would be used as transitional housing and a school for unaccompanied immigrant children, federal officials have answered few questions about how the facility will operate.
Here’s a look at what’s included in those bonds and how the money might be used if voters approve them individually.
RALEIGH — The North Carolina State Board of Elections denied Thursday a Republican Party request that the board authorize county elections officials to scrutinize signatures on absentee voting documents, citing concerns that the proposal would create unequal standards across counties.
The Forsyth County Republican Party will be raffling guns and ammo, including semiautomatic rifles, over a 30-day period starting in September, in a move that’s drawing fire at a time when gun violence is high among public concerns. Raffle organizer Vernon Robinson said that each raffle ticket will bear a three-digit number that the purchaser can check each day against the state lottery’s Carolina Pick 3 daytime drawing. From Sept. 9 through Oct. 8, the Pick 3 number will determine which ticket wins that day’s prize.
The event was postponed "due to unforeseen circumstances" and a new date has not been set.
Early voting began Thursday for the July 26 election, which includes races for mayor and City Council and $135 million in five separate bond issues.
US to pay nearly $50 million to lease former American Hebrew Academy in Greensboro to house unaccompanied minors
The 100-acre campus in Greensboro will house immigrant children while they await reunification with family members or sponsors in the United States.