Noteworthy

Threatening letter closes B’nai Shalom Day School for second day

GREENSBORO, N.C. – Greensboro police and the Federal Bureau of Investigations continue to investigate a threat made to B’nai Shalom Day School. The threat was made in a letter, which was delivered to the school Monday afternoon. School administrators decided to end classes early Monday. The school remained closed Tuesday as a safety precaution, according […]
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Greensboro citizens express support for welcoming refugees

GREENSBORO, N.C. — Several groups which help Greensboro feel like home for refugees and immigrants wanted this year’s MultiCultural Thanksgiving dinner to be something special for Syrian refugees. It turned out to be special in size but absent of many guests of honor. Close to 200 people packed into the Mullin Life Center at First […]
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Greensboro area churches giving out meals for Thanksgiving

Several local churches are putting together free boxes of food, enough to feed 13,000 people this Thanksgiving. Volunteers worked through Monday night putting together 1,600 boxes of food at Williams Memorial CME Church in High Point. The church plans to feed 8,000 people through its Thanksgiving event, now in its fifth year. At Lawndale Baptist […]
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Entrepreneur transforming downtown Greensboro

GREENSBORO, N.C. — He’s very quickly emerged as one of THE “movers and shakers” in downtown Greensboro. He’s already spent millions buying buildings and transforming them into destination spots. And he’s by no means finished. Andy Zimmerman dropped out of school when he was 17. “School was not for me,” he told me during a […]
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