Nobody sets a house fire on purpose. Well, sometimes they do, but that clearly was not the case in the Greensboro house fire at the Heritage Apartments that claimed the lives of five children, an entire generation from this family who emigrated to the city from the Democratic Republic of Congo. Still, there is plenty […]
“In 1970 — the year Agapion-Palamaris was born — a group of tenants marched past Agapion’s South Elm office holding a sign: ‘When does this city plan to do something?’” — Lorraine Ahearn, News & Record, July 26, 2008Read More
[COGLOGO2_GSO PMS349.png] CITY OF GREENSBORO Contact: Jon Decker FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Phone: 336-373-4181 “Balancing Act” Lets Residents Weigh in on City Budget GREENSBORO, NC (May…Read More
Tuesday will mark the one month anniversary of the destructive tornadoes that devastated the livelihoods of people in Guilford and Rockingham counties.