GREENSBORO, NC — Conservatives for Guilford County hosted a forum for candidates running in the new 13th Congressional District. The primary is to be held in June. Nine Republican candidates were present, and one more sent a surrogate.Read More
Patricia Roberts dreads this time of year. “I just got a little depressed and I was feeling a little low-key today.”
The Greensboro woman is often reminded of April 28th. It was this week 19 years ago that her son Robert, better known as Mickey, was murdered. Still, no one’s been arrested for the crime.
“I think about him every day, particularly when it’s his anniversary and birthday, Thanksgiving, Christmas because he loved a Christmas tree,” said Roberts.
Even after 19 years, it’s hard to believe he’s gone. “You just want to tell him to come back” said Roberts. “It’s almost like I just cannot believe that he is gone.
GREENSBORO, NC — The Greensboro Police Department is getting involved in the local community all week for a very ‘special’ cause.
Tuesday Police were at the Chick-Fil-A on Battleground Avenue in Greensboro to encourage a better relationship with kids in the community, and to raise money for Special Olympics.
The ‘Cops On Top” program starts Wednesday where you will see Greensboro Police literally on top of the fast food chain. Cops will be on top of the Battleground Chick-Fil-A from 8:00 am – 7:00 pm from Wednesday to Friday to encourage customers to donate money to the Special Olympics.
This is the 7th year that the Greensboro Police Department has partnered with Chick-Fil-A for ‘Cops On Tops’.