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Greensboro News & Record

July 2, 2015 · Greensboro, North Carolina

Gate City Boulevard makes its Greensboro debut

GREENSBORO — Goodbye, Lee Street and High Point Road. Hello, Gate City Boulevard.

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FAA gives thumbs up for GTCC to resume plane maintenance tests

GREENSBORO — The Federal Aviation Administration has cleared Guilford Technical Community College to host the agency’s testing for its popular aviation maintenance programs.


N.C. House to vote on Greensboro council bill Thursday (UPDATE)

The City Council would have eight district members rather than seven under a revised version of House Bill 263 the chamber will consider on Thursday.


More Triad residents return to workforce

GREENSBORO — A dropping unemployment rate does not always mean that more people are working.

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And now Kyle Busch has to go back to Daytona.


U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch, a Greensboro native, returned to North Carolina today for the first time since her confirmation in April.


Who is state Sen. Trudy Wade?


The conference committee version of HB 263 makes another significant change.


GREENSBORO — A Greensboro businessman who died in a plane crash in February will be memorialized for volunteering in Grand Teton National Park.


Rina Sky Wolfgang, a Grimsley High School teacher who is battling terminal cancer is keeping a blog — livinginthemomentwithrina.org — in hopes of helping others who battle adversity:


WENTWORTH - Jordan Rossi has been named the new executive director of The Museum & Archives of Rockingham County (the MARC).


Updated at 3:41 p.m. to correct Platek's seed time, which was listed incorrectly on the meet performance list:


N.C. State basketball forward Kyle Washington will transfer to Cincinnati, according to reports from CBSSports.com.


The temporary funding state lawmakers approved today for teacher assistants is "certainly better than nothing," said Logan Smith, a spokesman for the nonprofit advocacy group Aim Higher NC. 


The track inside of Kenneth T. Miller Memorial Stadium on the Ragsdale High School campus is closed to runners this summer.


Maple was rescued from a local county shelter. She is a medium-sized, 2-year-old Nova Scotia duck tolling-chow mix. She is just as sweet as she is beautiful. She is fantastic with other dogs and even cats. The all-inclusive adoption fee is $200, covering her spay, vaccines and a microchip. Meet Maple at our pet adoption fair today at Petco on Wendover Avenue.


When Michelle Kennedy assumed the executive director’s post at the Interactive Resource Center one year ago this Wednesday , it was an organization in turmoil.

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Reelz comes to the rescue of homeless Miss USA pageant

LOS ANGELES (AP) — The Miss USA pageant, left without a TV home following blowback against co-owner Donald Trump over his comments on Mexican immigrants, has been rescued by the Reelz channel.

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