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Parents, children react to recent Greensboro shooting

GREENSBORO, N.C. — People who live in Benjamin Benson St. in Greensboro are still reeling after a man was shot and killed outside an apartment in the middle of the day. Several of the people who saw what happened were kids playing outside and the community is troubled by their children witnessing so much violence. “You don’t come outside and think that you’re going to have to run from bullets,” said Stephanie McLendon. “Your kids just want to play. They […]
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$3.2 million grant will help workforce training

GREENSBORO — Recruiting qualified workers is not always easy, but in recent years finding them in the Triad has been a challenge. A group of regional business and economic development leaders hope to change that with a state grant for the Eastern Triad Workforce Development Fund. The General Assembly has proposed budgeting $3.2 million for the fund, to be administered by the Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro.

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Bryan Boulevard to open in July following construction

GREENSBORO, N.C. — Drivers rejoice, the section of Bryan Boulevard that has been closed since April is expected to open on July 3. The NC Department of Transportation closed Bryan Boulevard near the Old Oak Ridge Road interchange in late April to make the final connection to future Interstate 73. Once complete, all traffic will go through there.
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