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Killer sentenced to life in prison!

GREENSBORO, NC — A man accused of murdering N.C. A&T student-athlete Jermane Darnell Clark on April 29, 2014, was sentenced in Guilford County Superior Court Tuesday. Kendrick Louis Robinson, 22, of Greensboro, was indicted on May 19, 2014, on charges of first-degree murder and robbery with a dangerous weapon. In court Tuesday, Judge Brad Long sentenced Robinson to life in prison

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Tanger Center delays cloaked in secrecy & subterfuge

GREENSBORO, NC — When pressed on details about the project during a phone interview Wednesday, Manning said she was “not going to discuss in the paper” any negotiations about the project. She also said she was “not in the habit of having my emails revealed in public.” On July 5, architect Amanda Hodgins of the Atlanta-based firm Rosser sent an email to Brown and four other team members about the possibility of losing seats in the auditorium to the placement of a staircase. “Matt asked that we not bring up these potential changes to the auditorium and seating in front of Kathy Manning,” she wrote.

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No One Debates Boeheim

GREENSBORO, NC — I found it interesting, that while many folks here in Greensboro, including Mayor Nancy Vaughan, take objection to the comments of Syracuse Coach Boeheim, no one debates Boeheim on the points he made. Nope, the entire effort on the part of the City of Greensboro is based on fan loyality, getting all huffy, offended, and shouting back at Boeheim in the hopes that he might soon die or at least retire.

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Police swarm to active shooter call on West Market Street

GREENSBORO, NC — A swarm of police gathered at West Market Street after a reported fight between coworkers on Thursday. Law enforcement rushed to “Insect Shield” in Greensboro around 1 p.m. for a reported shooting. An employee said two workers got into an argument, and when one pulled out a box cutter, the other went to his car and came back in with a gun. UPDATE: Greensboro Police report that two people have been arrested and face multiple charges.

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Spartans battle to the end, earn NIT bid

The UNCG men’s basketball team took second in the Southern Conference Tournament to round out what has been a record-setting run for Coach Wes Miller and his team. The Spartans are now 25-9 on the season and will advance to the National Invitation Tournament (NIT) for postseason play.

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Tonight! UNCG plays for tournament title, NCAA berth

GREENSBORO, NC — The UNCG men’s basketball team is on its way to the Southern Conference Tournament Championship game after defeating Wofford 77-73 in Sunday night’s back-and-forth semifinal matchup. The Spartans will take on East Tennessee State at 7 p.m. on Monday night at the U.S. Cellular Center in Asheville. The game will be nationally televised on ESPN.

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