This evening, I received my third direct mail piece from Ted Budd’s campaign for Congress. All three have been high quality and professionally produced. I…Read More
GREENSBORO, NC — 800 feet of slipping and sliding down a Greensboro city street. That’s almost the length of three football fields of wet fun.
Come Saturday, May 21 they’re kicking the cars off and shutting down a section of Freeman Mill Road from approximately Spring Garden to McGee. Blue vinyl will replace the black top and a float you bring or buy will be your ride.
Event coordinator Brad Behle says the view of the city will be nothing like you’ve seen before. “It’s a cool little overpass there in the city.
GREENSBORO, NC — A letter sent to Gov. McCrory on May 12 from the commission that overseas the Greensboro Coliseum Complex, says “The Greensboro Coliseum Complex and the City of Greensboro are experiencing economic difficulties of unprecedented proportions due to the passage of the bill known as HB2.” Read the letter.Read More
GREENSBORO, NC — Lines formed outside of surrounding shops and restaurants as people from the festival overflowed into downtown businesses. Organizers say the next festival is scheduled for August 28.Read More
Body cameras for police officers were only introduced within the last few years. There was much hope that they would clarify situations when the actions…Read More
GREENSBORO, NC — At Monday’s briefing, the council quickly approved a barely read new policy for the release of police footage with no prior notice, no public input and scant discussion. The policy passed even faster than HB 2, and, at the very least, needs major revisions. Council members say the new policy may be “tweaked” later but why handle a critical and historic decision in such a bass-ackwards manner to begin with? Does the council run these meeting or does City Attorney Tom Carruthers? ($$$ — fee required)Read More