Even though the Emancipation Proclamation took effect Jan. 1, 1863, not all enslaved people were free.
Nature has no need for a calendar.
Creative Aging Network-NC will offer free summer classes in movement, painting, printmaking poetry and more for aging adults at 2400 Summit Ave., Greensboro.
Law enforcement in the small town of Graham ignited national outrage in 2020 when officers used pepper spray on a get-out-the-vote march that included children as young as 3. Video of a disabled woman seizing violently went viral. A report recently made public through a civil rights lawsuit …
The new Kiser Middle School could be built on the current site of Grimsley's lighted baseball, softball and practice fields behind the visitors' side of Jamieson Stadium.
The psychological thriller "Tethered," was produced by Greensboro company 4 Leagues Media.
HIGH POINT — The developer of a proposed Publix grocery store in High Point is offering architectural and traffic improvements to its plans in a bid to win zoning approval for the project.
The Easy Riders! bike series kicks off its second season tonight and is designed to educate cyclists and get them more comfortable on the road.
Ensley, an author, business appraiser, late-life attorney, philanthropist, aviator — and many other things — died March 5 of a heart attack.
According to the U.S. Department of Labor, a Greensboro distribution center had “repeat and serious safety violations."
On Monday, Anthony Knotts will finally go before a judge and explain his actions — the first step in what will be many to rehabilitate his reputation. His dilemma started nearly a decade ago with money he borrowed and never repaid. Now, he's locked up. "Totally humbling," he wrote.
A Lewisville company is joining competitors in opposing proposed changes in how Duke Energy pays customers for unused solar-generated power.
The FBI is investigating these cases as hate crimes. So far, though, no explosive devices have been found.
For all of North Carolina, 10 of the past 11 years have been warmer than the long-term average. That period includes six of the state’s 15 warmest winters on record, dating back to 1895.
Richard Petty visits the Wyndham Championship. A downtown parking deck is still under construction after five years. Construction costs drive up the total for the 2020 school bond projects. Read these and other stories that you might have missed last week.
Students at 23 Guilford County elementary and middle schools were back in class on Monday. These are "restart" schools — a designation meaning they receive flexibility on certain state rules as part of their attempts to improve academics. That flexibility applies to areas such as the school …
GREENSBORO — Students at 23 Guilford County elementary and middle schools were back in class on Monday.
Drivers won't need a pass to drive through the park or to make brief stops in the park, Park Superintendent Cassius Cash said.
It’s hard to believe now that the rundown, one-story building near the intersection of Rhoney School Road and Tipps Road, about a mile from N.C. Highway 10, was once “the happening spot on the weekends.” But that’s exactly how Roger Shuford remembers the site back when it was known as Propst’s Place.
A few days short of the one-year anniversary of his threat to blow up two blocks of the nation’s capital, Floyd Roseberry will be returning to his home. On Aug. 19, Roseberry, 50, left rural Cleveland County and drove his black pickup 450 miles north to Washington. There, he parked the truck on the sidewalk outside of the Library of Congress and began live-streaming on Facebook, demanding to ...
Judge: White man who sued for reverse discrimination should get $3.9 million, not $10 million, from Novant Health
A federal jury awarded David Duvall, 57, $10 million in October 2021 after the panel determined that Duvall proved that his race and gender were motivating factors in Novant Health’s decision to terminate him, according to jury’s verdict form.
Content by North Carolina Folk Festival. The annual North Carolina Folk Festival held in downtown Greensboro each September celebrates the proud heritage of folk through music, art, craft and food.
Content by Gray Legal Group. Mark V.L. Gray II is the managing attorney of Gray Legal Group, a Greensboro-based expert litigator in the personal injury arena. For those pondering a personal injury claim, Gray offers four key insights.
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Content by Brand Ave. Studios. The annual Amazon Prime Day is coming July 12 and 13, and per usual will offer discounts on many of your favorite things.
The man displayed a handgun equipped with a laser sight, police said.
Justin Warren Joyce, 25, and Waylan Ray Tuttle, 18, are now also charged with first-degree murder in the death of Fuquan Donee Fallen, 33, police said.
Police ID officer involved in fatal shooting at Clemmons convenience store. 4 Greensboro officers who opened fire remain unnamed.
Detective Paul Weis of the Violent Criminal Apprehension Team with the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department fired his weapon in the parking lot, police said in a news release. Greensboro police have not said why they are not identifying the officers involved, although the department as recently as last year identified officers involved in a fatal shooting.
Investigators are seeking a black Nissan Altima that will be missing a large portion of the passenger side front bumper and passenger side lower fog lamp.
In Guilford County, 137,858 people have reported testing positive and 1,276 people have died, state health officials report.
The Democratic Governors Association, which Gov. Roy Cooper chairs, has taken criticism for funding advertisements that could work in favor of more conservative Republican candidates. Former President Donald Trump remains popular among the GOP base, so highlighting his ties to a candidate could help that candidate in a primary election, giving Democrats a farther-right opponent in the general election who they hope would be easier to beat.
While North Carolina’s U.S. Senate race between Democrat Cheri Beasley and Republican Ted Budd is drawing the most attention, the 2022 election will also determine control of the state legislature. North Carolina’s General Assembly has a Republican majority, and Gov. Roy Cooper — whose term runs through 2024 — is a Democrat.
While serving as the state’s commissioner of prisons for the past three years, Todd Ishee faced formidable challenges: responding to the spread of COVID-19 inside prison walls, encouraging thousands of inmates to get vaccinated, and keeping prisons safe and secure despite the most severe staff shortages in recent history.