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Greensboro News & Record

November 25, 2015 · Greensboro, North Carolina

Guilford County Sheriff's Office responds to dismissal of animal shelter charges (update)

The Guilford County District Attorney's Office on Wednesday dismissed charges against the former county animal shelter director, citing a lack of evidence and slamming the sheriff's decision to file the misdemeanors two weeks ago.

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'Tis the season for holiday TV shows

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Restaurants' preparations for Thanksgiving begin well in advance

With Thanksgiving just a day away, restaurants are busy preparing such savory items as turkey, dressing and green beans to feed thousands of people.

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Report: Not all money given to charity actually gets there

Much of what North Carolina residents gave to charity through professional fundraisers last year actually reached them. Much, but hardly all.

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The late Lewis Grizzard, a proud Georgian, often said, “I’m American by birth and Southern by the grace of God.”


A directory of running groups that welcome new members and are free to join.


HIGH POINT — The Piedmont Triad Film Commission has opened a satellite office at the High Point Convention & Visitors Bureau Regional Visitors Center.


Somebody needs to call Donald Trump what he is: a demagogue whose ill-informed and divisive rhetoric recalls George Wallace in the 1960s.


Customers will have a chance to enter a drawing for a holiday gift basket full of decorating and entertainment gift items during the grand opening of Party Chick and Paper.


UNC’s defensive improvement has been much-discussed, but the Tar Heels have, subtly, become much better at defending the game-control strategy that Virginia Tech tried and which N.C. State will almost certainly attempt as well.


The Greensboro Holiday Parade Committee has announced Miss Babe Ruth of the Greensboro Grasshoppers as the 2015 grand marshal for the holiday parade.


The Multicultural Thanksgiving Potluck will be preceded by a press conference expressing support for immigrants and refugees.


The hope was for High Point Central to get relief from overcrowding with a larger cafeteria and additional classroom space by August.


Political rumor has it Greensboro City Councilman Tony Wilkins is gearing up for a run for N.C. House.

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Turing reneges on drug price cut, rival's version sells well

TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — After weeks of criticism from patients, doctors and even other drugmakers for hiking a life-saving medicine's price more than fifty-fold, Turing Pharmaceuticals is renegin…

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In some movies — a lot of movies, actually — if you see a character eating ice cream, the actor is really licking mashed potatoes. And that great-looking cake? It may be frosting spread over S…

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Leaders must avoid knee-jerk reactions

As a concerned citizen, I was dismayed and disappointed to see gubernatorial candidate Roy Cooper come out in support of suspending the Syrian refugee relocation program. Given that the current Republican brand thrives on fear and chaos, it was not surprising to see Gov. McCrory do so, but to see the same narrow-mindedness or shallow political opportunism expressed by our best opportunity to begin to turn North Carolina from its regressive path is disheartening, at best.

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