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First snow of season buries Greensboro - Greensboro News & Record — First snow of season buries Greensboro  Greensboro News & RecordArea residents might wake up Monday morning to another inch or so of new snow and perhaps a little ice.
John Isner loses to Marin Cilic, still could advance at ATP Finals - Greensboro News & Record — John Isner loses to Marin Cilic, still could advance at ATP Finals  Greensboro News & RecordLONDON — John Isner is in a hole at the ATP Finals, but he's not out.
Bad news for Bennett College: School faces the loss of its accreditation - Greensboro News & Record — Bad news for Bennett College: School faces the loss of its accreditation  Greensboro News & RecordThe private women's college in Greensboro has appealed Tuesday's decision by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges.
Virginia College campus in Greensboro closes after parent company calls it quits - Greensboro News & Record — Virginia College campus in Greensboro closes after parent company calls it quits  Greensboro News & RecordGREENSBORO — The local campus of Virginia College closed Wednesday as its struggling parent company announced that it will shut down all of the schools ...
Greensboro Man Dies in Head-on Crash with Kernersville Man Driving Tanker Truck: NCHP - WFMYNews2.com — Greensboro Man Dies in Head-on Crash with Kernersville Man Driving Tanker Truck: NCHP  WFMYNews2.comROXBORO, NC (WFMY) - A Greensboro man died in a crash with a tanker truck driven by a Kernersville man in Person County Monday night. The North ...
UPDATED: More than 200 photos of the snowstorm in Virginia and North Carolina - Richmond.com — UPDATED: More than 200 photos of the snowstorm in Virginia and North Carolina  Richmond.comAubrie Field 10, holds her dad, Rusty Field down as her sister Kaileigh Field, 12 gets him with a snowball as they played in Powhatan Mon. Dec. 10, 2018.
More than 100 photos of the snowstorm in Virginia and North Carolina - Richmond.com — More than 100 photos of the snowstorm in Virginia and North Carolina  Richmond.comA private contractor's plow truck prepares to do battle with the snow in northern Henrico County along route 301 on Dec. 9, 2018. DEAN HOFFMEYER/ TIMES- ...
Here's The Status Of Your Trash Pickup, Other City Services Affected By the Winterstorm - WFMYNews2.com — Here's The Status Of Your Trash Pickup, Other City Services Affected By the Winterstorm  WFMYNews2.comDue to the winter storm, the City of Greensboro will postpone solid waste collection services for Monday, December 10. The Landfill and Transfer Station will ...
UNCG and N.C. A&T commencements are this week. Here’s what you need to know. - Greensboro News & Record — UNCG and N.C. A&T commencements are this week. Here’s what you need to know.  Greensboro News & RecordUNCG expects to award nearly 2000 degrees on Friday. N.C. A&T expects to honor more than 900 new graduates on Saturday.
HPU’s Nido Qubein is nation’s sixth highest-paid private college president - Greensboro News & Record — HPU’s Nido Qubein is nation’s sixth highest-paid private college president  Greensboro News & RecordFor the third time in four years a leader of an area university ranks as one of the highest-paid college presidents in the country. Nido Qubein — president of High ...
One North Carolina family celebrates 100 years of reunions - Greensboro News & Record — One North Carolina family celebrates 100 years of reunions  Greensboro News & RecordRED SPRINGS, N.C. (AP) — One long row of tables was for food. Another was for memories. In the old Allendale schoolhouse and on the acres of farmland ...
N.C. Senate bill would likely steer incentives for corporate headquarters projects to Raleigh and Charlotte - Greensboro News & Record — N.C. Senate bill would likely steer incentives for corporate headquarters projects to Raleigh and Charlotte  Greensboro News & RecordA Republican-sponsored bill, introduced Tuesday, aims to make North Carolina more attractive for recruiting corporate headquarters, particularly to Charlotte ...
Who made Guilford County Schools high school honor roll first quarter? - Greensboro News & Record — Who made Guilford County Schools high school honor roll first quarter?  Greensboro News & RecordThe following students in the Guilford County Schools have achieved academic distinction for the first quarter and are included on the school system's ''A Team.
One Person Dies After Tree Falls On Car In Matthews - WFMYNews2.com — One Person Dies After Tree Falls On Car In Matthews  WFMYNews2.comMedic responded to a report on East John Street and Charles Buckley Way in Matthews.
St. John County roundup: Menendez girls basketball tops St. Augustine - St. Augustine Record — St. John County roundup: Menendez girls basketball tops St. Augustine  St. Augustine RecordGIRLS BASKETBALL. Menendez 56, St. Augustine 47. The Falcons improved to 2-2 with a victory over St. Augustine on Monday night. Aniyah Foster led ...
'Seeing White' podcast examines racial structures through lens of oppressors - Duke Chronicle — 'Seeing White' podcast examines racial structures through lens of oppressors  Duke ChronicleAmerica is aspirational. To me, Obama is what we would like to be, [but] Donald Trump and his supporters are what we are,” said actor D.L. Hughley on “The ...
The Syllabus: Campus speakers for December and beyond - Greensboro News & Record — The Syllabus: Campus speakers for December and beyond  Greensboro News & RecordGreensboro City Council member Justin Outling (UNCG) and actress Rutina Wesley (N.C. A&T) will speak at December commencement ceremonies.
Guilford, Forsyth and other area school districts will be closed Monday - Greensboro News & Record — Guilford, Forsyth and other area school districts will be closed Monday  Greensboro News & RecordSeveral area school districts — including Guilford County Schools and Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools — and colleges will be closed Monday.
John D. (Jack) Rogers - The Recorder — John D. (Jack) Rogers  The RecorderThe Recorder - newspaper of the Montgomery County Region of New York and your best source for local news and information.
Trump looking at several candidates for chief of staff — including one from N.C. - Greensboro News & Record — Trump looking at several candidates for chief of staff — including one from N.C.  Greensboro News & RecordWASHINGTON — President Donald Trump is weighing at least four people to serve as his next chief of staff, after plans for an orderly succession for departing ...
The Syllabus: The plan for Silent Sam - Greensboro News & Record — The Syllabus: The plan for Silent Sam  Greensboro News & RecordSo now we know what UNC-Chapel Hill wants to do with Silent Sam, the Confederate statue that stood on campus for 105 years until August: put it in a brand ...
3 guns and lots of ammunition found on man arrested at Smith High School - Winston-Salem Journal — 3 guns and lots of ammunition found on man arrested at Smith High School  Winston-Salem JournalGreensboro police said Steve Brantley Smith of Virginia was searching for someone who worked at the high school. Police don't yet know if Smith has ...
Charlotte’s dangerous paralysis on scooters - The Charlotte Observer — Charlotte’s dangerous paralysis on scooters  The Charlotte ObserverAs cities across NC and the US adopt rules for scooters, Charlotte again moves slowly to protect residents, consumers.
Trump ducks for legal cover after Cohen sentencing - POLITICO — Trump ducks for legal cover after Cohen sentencing  POLITICOPresident Donald Trump on Thursday ended his silence on Michael Cohen's prison sentencing, claiming he never directed his longtime attorney to break the ...
At Elon University, some professors move to unionize - Greensboro News & Record — At Elon University, some professors move to unionize  Greensboro News & RecordELON — Seeking better wages and working conditions, some Elon University professors plan to organize a union. Elon Faculty Forward — a group of ...
Rammacher, Sr., John A. - Greensboro News & Record — Rammacher, Sr., John A.  Greensboro News & RecordKERNERSVILLE John A. Rammacher, Sr., passed away peacefully on August, 24 at Beacon Place, Hospice of Greensboro, North Carolina. While born in Ionia, ...
Clemson's Hyatt Repeats as ACC Jacobs Blocking Trophy Recipient - The ACC — Clemson's Hyatt Repeats as ACC Jacobs Blocking Trophy Recipient  The ACCGREENSBORO, N.C. (theACC.com) – Clemson senior offensive tackle Mitch Hyatt has been voted the winner of the Jacobs Blocking Trophy for the second ...
American Center for Law and Justice Launches Petition Urging China to Free Christian Pastor Unjustly Imprisoned - Gospel Herald — American Center for Law and Justice Launches Petition Urging China to Free Christian Pastor Unjustly Imprisoned  Gospel HeraldThe American Center for Law and Justice is calling on the Chinese government to free Pastor John Cao - a lawful U.S. permanent resident - after he was ...
ACC Announces 2018 All-Conference Football Team - WFMYNews2.com — ACC Announces 2018 All-Conference Football Team  WFMYNews2.comGREENSBORO, N.C. (theACC.com) – Three-time defending Atlantic Coast Conference champion Clemson leads the 2018 All-ACC Football Team announced ...
Restaurant reviewer John Batchelor shares his favorite 10 restaurants in Greensboro - Greensboro News & Record — Restaurant reviewer John Batchelor shares his favorite 10 restaurants in Greensboro  Greensboro News & RecordIn my reviews, I sometimes designate a “personal favorite.” These are not necessarily the places that have received the highest ratings, although such reviews ...
What they're saying: John Isner's Wimbledon run popular back home - Greensboro News & Record — What they're saying: John Isner's Wimbledon run popular back home  Greensboro News & RecordGREENSBORO — The big guy is headed to his first Grand Slam semifinal. And the people back home who saw John Isner grow up or just follow his pro tennis ...
Mathews, John - Greensboro News & Record — Mathews, John  Greensboro News & RecordGREENSBORO John Linwood Mathews, age 95, died on July 4 at Beacon Place after a brief illness. John was born in Hertford County near Murfreesboro, NC ...
242 - 152 LGBTQ Elected Officials Call on 116th Congress to Act on Four Key Initiatives - Gay Lesbian Bi Trans News Archive - Windy City Times — 242 - 152 LGBTQ Elected Officials Call on 116th Congress to Act on Four Key Initiatives - Gay Lesbian Bi Trans News Archive  Windy City Times2018-12-12. Washington, DC — More than 150 openly LGBTQ elected officials and newly elected officials from across the nation are calling on the incoming ...
N.C. Folk Festival 2018: John Jorgenson, jazz - Greensboro News & Record — N.C. Folk Festival 2018: John Jorgenson, jazz  Greensboro News & RecordJohn Jorgenson is a sleight of hand artist. But he is no ordinary magician. His magic is of the string-pulling variety. At no time during the performance do his ...
Utley, John Wesley - Greensboro News & Record — Utley, John Wesley  Greensboro News & RecordGREENSBORO John Wesley Utley, 78, died at home surrounded by family on Tuesday, July 31, 2018. To family and friends, he was known as Johnny. He was ...
John Isner advances to Wimbledon quarterfinals (with video link) - Greensboro News & Record — John Isner advances to Wimbledon quarterfinals (with video link)  Greensboro News & RecordUpdates at 4:41 p.m. with Associated Press story: LONDON — At long last, John Isner is a Wimbledon quarterfinalist, finally making that far in his 10th ...
The Winston-Salem Symphony Will Present Handel's Messiah Dec. 18 - Yes! Weekly — The Winston-Salem Symphony Will Present Handel's Messiah Dec. 18  Yes! WeeklyWINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (DECEMBER 4, 2017) – The Winston-Salem Symphony's annual performance of Handel's Messiah will take place on Tues., Dec. 18.
John Isner rests, recharges at home before shifting focus to hardcourt season - Greensboro News & Record — John Isner rests, recharges at home before shifting focus to hardcourt season  Greensboro News & RecordIsner, the 33-year-old Greensboro native, moves up to a career-best No. 8 in the ATP Tour World Rankings after his run to the semifinals at Wimbledon.
Wright, John Alexander - Greensboro News & Record — Wright, John Alexander  Greensboro News & RecordGREENSBORO John Alexander Wright, age 65, of Greensboro, dearly loved by many, died on Wednesday, April 11, at his home. John's passing is mourned by ...
Fine Dining: John Batchelor visits Marisol in Greensboro - Greensboro News & Record — Fine Dining: John Batchelor visits Marisol in Greensboro  Greensboro News & RecordMarisol has been regarded as one of the Triad's premier restaurants since its inception almost 21 years ago under Steve Schneider, one of the most creative ...
John Isner loses in Paris Masters round of 16 - Greensboro News & Record — John Isner loses in Paris Masters round of 16  Greensboro News & RecordPARIS — John Isner's finest singles season on the professional tennis tour has come to an end – for now.
Schultz, Dr. Frederick John - Greensboro News & Record — Schultz, Dr. Frederick John  Greensboro News & RecordGREENSBORO Dr. Frederick J. Schultz, 88, of Greensboro, passed away on Saturday, September 1, 2018. Fred was a veteran of the Korean War and received ...
John Duberstein will discuss his late wife's memoir, 'The Bright Hour,' at inaugural Greensboro Bound literary festival - Greensboro News & Record — John Duberstein will discuss his late wife's memoir, 'The Bright Hour,' at inaugural Greensboro Bound literary festival  Greensboro News & RecordJohn Duberstein will talk with Tita Ramirez about "The Bright Hour: A Memoir of Living and Dying," written by Duberstein's wife, Nina Riggs, before she died of ...
Fine Dining: John Batchelor’s review of Liberty Oak in Greensboro - Greensboro News & Record — Fine Dining: John Batchelor’s review of Liberty Oak in Greensboro  Greensboro News & RecordLiberty Oak's website vows, “The restaurant that started it all for Greensboro,” citing me (with name misspelled) as the source. I did say that some time ago.
Fowler, John Blackburn - Greensboro News & Record — Fowler, John Blackburn  Greensboro News & RecordMADISON John Blackburn Fowler, 82, entered his eternal rest on July 13, 2018. The family will receive friends from 1 until 3 p.m., Sunday, July 15, 2018, ...
John Isner, ATP watch injury progress for Rafael Nadal - Greensboro News & Record — John Isner, ATP watch injury progress for Rafael Nadal  Greensboro News & RecordJohn Isner's chances of playing as an alternate in the Nitto ATP Finals in London beginning Nov. 11 might have increased during the weekend.
New dad John Isner returns to tennis chasing spot in ATP Finals - Greensboro News & Record — New dad John Isner returns to tennis chasing spot in ATP Finals  Greensboro News & RecordGREENSBORO — The new dad is in Sweden this week, missing home and family but looking ahead to a rare opportunity on the pro tennis tour.
John Isner to face Karen Khachanov on Thursday in Paris Masters - Greensboro News & Record — John Isner to face Karen Khachanov on Thursday in Paris Masters  Greensboro News & RecordJohn Isner's hopes for landing a spot in the ATP Finals in London will face a serious test Thursday when he faces Russian Karen Khachanov in the round of 16.
Ravi Coltrane will perform at the John Coltrane International Jazz and Blues Festival in High Point - Greensboro News & Record — Ravi Coltrane will perform at the John Coltrane International Jazz and Blues Festival in High Point  Greensboro News & RecordThe jazz canon has, since its early days, been populated by legendary musicians whose sons and daughters have followed in their footsteps, some more closely ...
Vonderhaar, John "Jack" - Greensboro News & Record — Vonderhaar, John "Jack"  Greensboro News & RecordGREENSBORO God was walking in the garden of life on March 24, 2018, when he saw Jack at the age of 91. He asked if Jack would like to go.
In an individual sport, John Isner finds strength in his team - Greensboro News & Record — In an individual sport, John Isner finds strength in his team  Greensboro News & RecordThe 33-year-old Greensboro native, now in his 12th pro season, relies on a support staff that includes three coaches.
Archie defeats Kreider for District Court seat; Guilford voters keep all other incumbent judges - Greensboro News & Record — Archie defeats Kreider for District Court seat; Guilford voters keep all other incumbent judges  Greensboro News & RecordChallenger Larry Archie won with 57.6 percent of the vote over incumbent District Judge Jonathan “Jon” Kreider, 35, who had 42.4 percent of the vote, according ...
Heinzen, Bradley John - Greensboro News & Record — Heinzen, Bradley John  Greensboro News & RecordJAMESTOWN Bradley John Heinzen, a resident of Jamestown, passed away on Wednesday, April 11, 2018, at Kindred Hospital. He was born in Green Bay, WI, ...
Our Opinion: John Kenneth Lee is a man of incredible accomplishment - Greensboro News & Record — Our Opinion: John Kenneth Lee is a man of incredible accomplishment  Greensboro News & RecordKenneth Lee, whose mission in life was to eliminate “colored” signs, hung this one in his office, liberated from the Guilford County Courthouse.
Rep. John Blust won't seek another term - Greensboro News & Record — Rep. John Blust won't seek another term  Greensboro News & RecordIn a speech Tuesday on the floor of the General Asembly, Blust said a range of issues influenced his decision to step down, including a recent federal court ...
John Isner is No. 1 seed at Stockholm Open tennis tournament - Greensboro News & Record — John Isner is No. 1 seed at Stockholm Open tennis tournament  Greensboro News & RecordSTOCKHOLM, Sweden — Greensboro, N.C., native John Isner returns to tournament tennis this week as the No. 1 seed in the Stockholm Open.
Security Gives Back in 2018 - SecurityInfoWatch — Security Gives Back in 2018  SecurityInfoWatchHow more than 80 security integration firms volunteered and donated to help those in need this year.
John Isner, Juan Martin Del Potro are hot heading into a hot U.S. Open quarterfinal - Greensboro News & Record — John Isner, Juan Martin Del Potro are hot heading into a hot U.S. Open quarterfinal  Greensboro News & RecordInto the spotlight of Arthur Ashe Stadium. And into the oven. Greensboro native John Isner, getting to a quarterfinal round in a Grand Slam tennis tournament for ...
ACC Network will broadcast its first game on Aug. 22, 2019 - syracuse.com — ACC Network will broadcast its first game on Aug. 22, 2019  syracuse.comAtlantic Coast Conference commissioner John Swofford speaks during a news conference at the ACC NCAA college football media day in Charlotte, N.C., ...
Fine Dining: John Batchelor visits Koshary in downtown Greensboro - Greensboro News & Record — Fine Dining: John Batchelor visits Koshary in downtown Greensboro  Greensboro News & RecordAccording to the website, Koshary is named for the traditional dish of Egypt, a concoction of lentils and rice along with other ingredients that reflect the many ...
John Isner moves into third round at U.S. Open tennis championship - Greensboro News & Record — John Isner moves into third round at U.S. Open tennis championship  Greensboro News & RecordJohn Isner rallied from a set down and used his big serve and one final dagger of a groundstroke to advance to the third round at the U.S. Open tennis.
John Hood: Wheel of politics in North Carolina always turns - Greensboro News & Record — John Hood: Wheel of politics in North Carolina always turns  Greensboro News & RecordRALEIGH — In politics, the karma may not be instant — but it will get you, sooner or later. Want examples? Just check out the political headlines of the past.
Patterson, John "Wayne" - Greensboro News & Record — Patterson, John "Wayne"  Greensboro News & RecordEDEN John "Wayne" Patterson, 68 of Eden, went home to be with his Lord and Savior early Sunday morning at UNC Rockingham Health Care. A graveside ...
Greensboro Military Dad, Custodian Wins $200,000, Wants To Visit Family In Colorado - WFMYNews2.com — Greensboro Military Dad, Custodian Wins $200,000, Wants To Visit Family In Colorado  WFMYNews2.comGREENSBORO (WFMY) - A Dudley High School custodian wants to see his family across the country after a recent life-changing win through the lottery.
Elton John To Perform In Charlotte And Raleigh For His Farewell Tour - WFMYNews2.com — Elton John To Perform In Charlotte And Raleigh For His Farewell Tour  WFMYNews2.comCHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Music icon Elton John added 25 more shows in North America to his farewell tour and is scheduled to make a stop in Charlotte.
John Hood: Monument protests in North Carolina marred by illegality - Greensboro News & Record — John Hood: Monument protests in North Carolina marred by illegality  Greensboro News & RecordRALEIGH — If critics of Confederate monuments truly want to accomplish their goal of removing such objects from the public square, I'm a good example of the ...
John Isner to face Bradley Klahn in U.S. Open tennis first round - Greensboro News & Record — John Isner to face Bradley Klahn in U.S. Open tennis first round  Greensboro News & RecordNEW YORK — John Isner, the No. 11 seed and world's No. 11-ranked player, will face American Bradley Klahn in his first match at the U.S. Open tennis ...
Allen Johnson: John Blust calls B.S. in the General Assembly - Greensboro News & Record — Allen Johnson: John Blust calls B.S. in the General Assembly  Greensboro News & RecordPraise from an incorrigible liberal heathen like me might be viewed as a kiss of death for someone like John Blust.
Harry Thetford: John Ford arrived in England days before D-Day - Greensboro News & Record — Harry Thetford: John Ford arrived in England days before D-Day  Greensboro News & RecordJohn H. Ford was halfway toward his degree in mechanical engineering and an ROTC commission at the University of Cincinnati when World War II began.
Ralph Ferrell, bank official and board member, dies - Baltimore Sun — Ralph Ferrell, bank official and board member, dies  Baltimore SunRalph Harris Ferrell III, a banker and Parks and People Foundation board member, died of Parkinson's disease complications Dec. 1 at St. Joseph University of ...
John Isner defeats Ruben Bemelmans in Wimbledon second round - Greensboro News & Record — John Isner defeats Ruben Bemelmans in Wimbledon second round  Greensboro News & RecordWIMBLEDON, England — Greensboro, N.C., native John Isner survives.
Whitley, Jr., John Currie - Greensboro News & Record — Whitley, Jr., John Currie  Greensboro News & RecordTROY John Currie Whitley, Jr., age 76, of Troy, passed away Wednesday, August 22, 2018 at his home. Mr. Whitley was born June 23, 1942 in Eden, NC, the ...
NC House 62: John Faircloth (R) (i) - Greensboro News & Record — NC House 62: John Faircloth (R) (i)  Greensboro News & RecordAge: 79. Profession: Retired chief of police, broker and owner of real estate firm. Highest degree earned: Master of public affairs (administration), ...
Greensboro native John Isner moves up to No. 8 in ATP World Tour singles rankings - Greensboro News & Record — Greensboro native John Isner moves up to No. 8 in ATP World Tour singles rankings  Greensboro News & RecordGREENSBORO — John Isner is now at No. 8 in the ATP World Tour's singles rankings, the best of his career.
John Ehle, celebrated writer and founder of the N.C. School of Arts, dies at age 92 - Greensboro News & Record — John Ehle, celebrated writer and founder of the N.C. School of Arts, dies at age 92  Greensboro News & RecordWinston-Salem author John Ehle, who at 92 was considered one of North Carolina's greatest writers and a formidable promoter of the humanities in the state, ...
John Isner reaches Wimbledon fourth round and 'Manic Monday' for the first time - Greensboro News & Record — John Isner reaches Wimbledon fourth round and 'Manic Monday' for the first time  Greensboro News & RecordUpdates at 7:25 p.m. with fuller version: WIMBLEDON, England — John Isner finally has an appointment for "Manic Monday" at Wimbledon. Isner, the No. 9 seed ...
National group turns to N.C. in hopes of signing up — and turning out — young voters - Greensboro News & Record — National group turns to N.C. in hopes of signing up — and turning out — young voters  Greensboro News & RecordGREENSBORO — On a recent afternoon at UNCG, a table set up by the front door of the cafeteria offered civic-minded students some Jolly Ranchers and a ...
Wake Forest's Dortch Earns Brian Piccolo Award - The ACC — Wake Forest's Dortch Earns Brian Piccolo Award  The ACCGREENSBORO, N.C. (theACC.com) – Wake Forest sophomore Greg Dortch has been named the recipient of the Atlantic Coast Conference's 2018 Brian Piccolo ...
NC Court of Appeals (Arrowood seat): John Arrowood (D) (i) - Greensboro News & Record — NC Court of Appeals (Arrowood seat): John Arrowood (D) (i)  Greensboro News & RecordAge: 61. Profession: Judge, N.C. Court of Appeals. Highest degree earned: J.D., UNC Chapel Hill, 1982. Leadership experience: I served six years on both the ...
Dillard, John Richard - Greensboro News & Record — Dillard, John Richard  Greensboro News & RecordRUFFIN John Richard Dillard, Jr.,48, passed away on Saturday, May 19, 2018 at Moses Cone Hospital. Funeral services will be held at 2:00 p.m., Tuesday, May ...
John Isner loses in U.S. Open quarterfinals to Juan Martin Del Potro - Greensboro News & Record — John Isner loses in U.S. Open quarterfinals to Juan Martin Del Potro  Greensboro News & RecordNEW YORK — John Isner doubled over and rested his elbows on his knees. He grimaced. He shook his head.
John Isner and wife, Madison, welcome Hunter Grace - Greensboro News & Record — John Isner and wife, Madison, welcome Hunter Grace  Greensboro News & RecordGreensboro native John Isner and his wife, Madison, have welcomed Hunter Grace Isner to their family.
The Greatest Homecoming On Earth returns to N.C. A&T - Greensboro News & Record — The Greatest Homecoming On Earth returns to N.C. A&T  Greensboro News & RecordGREENSBORO — The Greatest Homecoming on Earth — also known as N.C. A&T's annual homecoming — is back for another year. The eight-day event starts ...
Seven awarded Shipman scholarships - Elizabethtown Bladen Journal — Seven awarded Shipman scholarships  Elizabethtown Bladen JournalBLADENBORO — Scholarships were awarded to seven youth at the 18th annual Shipman Memorial Scholarship Fundraiser at St. James AME Zion Church.
No Monday classes at most Greensboro colleges as students get one more day to get back - Greensboro News & Record — No Monday classes at most Greensboro colleges as students get one more day to get back  Greensboro News & RecordDown east, however, colleges and universities might be closed a lot longer.
Sen. John McCain Remembered by NC Reps, Other Lawmakers Across the U.S. - WFMYNews2.com — Sen. John McCain Remembered by NC Reps, Other Lawmakers Across the U.S.  WFMYNews2.comSenator John McCain passed away Saturday. He was 81. McCain's family announced Friday the senator had stopped treatment for his brain cancer. McCain ...
John Isner advances to fourth round at U.S. Open tennis championship - Greensboro News & Record — John Isner advances to fourth round at U.S. Open tennis championship  Greensboro News & RecordJohn Isner is moving on to the second week of the U.S. Open tennis championship in New York.
John Hood: 'Silent Sam' must be restored - Greensboro News & Record — John Hood: 'Silent Sam' must be restored  Greensboro News & RecordRALEIGH — Politicians tell people what they want to hear. Leaders tell people what they need to hear, even if they don't want to listen.
John Isner's opening match at Citi Open moved to this afternoon - Greensboro News & Record — John Isner's opening match at Citi Open moved to this afternoon  Greensboro News & RecordWASHINGTON — Greensboro, N.C., native John Isner's match against former Wake Forest star Noah Rubin in the second round of the Citi Open tennis ...
As Florence approaches, most Greensboro — and N.C. — colleges will close - Greensboro News & Record — As Florence approaches, most Greensboro — and N.C. — colleges will close  Greensboro News & RecordUNCG, N.C. A&T and other colleges in the city will close this week because of concerns over the weather.
At Elon's law school, Alan Dershowitz talks Trump, politics and the law - Greensboro News & Record — At Elon's law school, Alan Dershowitz talks Trump, politics and the law  Greensboro News & RecordGREENSBORO — Famed attorney Alan Dershowitz has a lot of opinions, and he shared a few of them Wednesday night at Elon University's School of Law.
Fine Dining: John Batchelor’s review of Bella Luna in Oak Ridge - Greensboro News & Record — Fine Dining: John Batchelor’s review of Bella Luna in Oak Ridge  Greensboro News & RecordCarol Shina never planned to open a restaurant. She grew up in New York, where on Sundays, she reveled in the aromas of *fresh* garlic, basil, mushrooms and ...
Sen. John McCain, war hero and former presidential candidate, dies at age 81 - Greensboro News & Record — Sen. John McCain, war hero and former presidential candidate, dies at age 81  Greensboro News & RecordWASHINGTON — Sen. John McCain, who faced down his captors in a Vietnam prisoner of war camp with jut-jawed defiance and later turned his rebellious ...
Mitchell, John Weston - Greensboro News & Record — Mitchell, John Weston  Greensboro News & RecordGREENSBORO John Weston Mitchell of Greensboro, died of natural causes on Wednesday morning, January 10. His death was sudden. He was at home, ...
Fine dining: John Batchelor’s review of The Chef and the Farmer in Kinston - Greensboro News & Record — Fine dining: John Batchelor’s review of The Chef and the Farmer in Kinston  Greensboro News & RecordThe last episode of “A Chef's Life” has been recorded. I've been a loyal follower since the PBS series began. DVDs are available, however, for any shows you ...
Four area football players named to N.C. roster for Shrine Bowl - Greensboro News & Record — Four area football players named to N.C. roster for Shrine Bowl  Greensboro News & RecordFour area football players have been named to Dudley coach Steven Davis' N.C. roster for the annual Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas.
Greensboro's John Isner beats Juan Martin Del Potro, reaches Miami Open final - Greensboro News & Record — Greensboro's John Isner beats Juan Martin Del Potro, reaches Miami Open final  Greensboro News & RecordUpdates at 5:34 p.m. with Associated Press story: KEY BISCAYNE, Fla. — After John Isner clinched his berth in the Miami Open final, he came over the top one ...
Dr. John Locke to retire after decades directing hugely successful UNCG Summer Music Camp - WGHP FOX 8 Greensboro — Dr. John Locke to retire after decades directing hugely successful UNCG Summer Music Camp  WGHP FOX 8 GreensboroGREENSBORO, N.C. -- Thirty-six years ago when Dr. John Locke accepted a teaching position at UNC-Greensboro, his first goal was to establish an influential ...
‘The heart of campus’: N.C. A&T gets a look at its new student center - Greensboro News & Record — ‘The heart of campus’: N.C. A&T gets a look at its new student center  Greensboro News & RecordGREENSBORO — After the speeches were made and the ribbon was cut, hundreds of N.C. A&T students lined up Thursday afternoon to check out their new ...
Guilford County Schools' annual College Night is Tuesday - Greensboro News & Record — Guilford County Schools' annual College Night is Tuesday  Greensboro News & RecordGREENSBORO — Guilford County Schools will hold its annual College Night from 5 to 8 p.m. Tuesday at the Greensboro Coliseum Special Events Center.