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Greensboro restaurant changing the way people think of barbecue

GREENSBORO, N.C. — Barbecue is one of the favorite foods in North Carolina. And around here, barbecue usually means slow-cooked pork with a Lexington-style sauce. But if one of Roy’s Folks has his way, the word barbecue will be accompanied by another word — turkey. For more information, visit HickoryTreeBBQ.com.
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Greensboro Boy Gets Game Ball From Cam Newton

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GREENSBORO, N.C. — No matter what team you root for on Sundays, you likely enjoy watching Cam Newton give a game ball to a child sitting behind the end zone after a Panther’s touchdown.

Three kids got a game ball at Sunday’s game including nine-year-old Nicholas Oldis of Greensboro.

He was in the right spot at the right time. It was over in an instant, but the memory will last much longer.

“Not many kids get a ball from Cam Newton,” said Leigh Ann Oldis, Nicholas’ mother.

The Greensboro boy was taking in his first experience at Bank of America Stadium Sunday when the unthinkable happened.

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Greensboro Police: New Tips In Search for Missing Teenager

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GREENSBORO — Despite receiving about a half dozen tips regarding the disappearance of Tyarra Williams, Greensboro police officers say “no significant advancements” have been made in the case.

The 19-year-old was last seen January 7 at the Stoneybrook apartment complex in Greensboro where her family lives.

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Greensboro City Council to discuss improving New Garden Road

GREENSBORO, N.C. — Greensboro City Council will discuss a land purchase at Tuesday night’s meeting to improve New Garden Road. A portion of land along Battlefield Center near Battleground Avenue, worth approximately $40,000, is on the agenda for purchase. Neighboring business owners like Renee Miller, with Bears Balloons and Beyond, said the potential road widening […]
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