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August 5, 2015 · Greensboro, North Carolina

Arrests made in beating death of Greensboro senior citizen

GREENSBORO — Police have charged a teenager and two juveniles in connection with the July 29 beating death of a 74-year-old man.

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Barber final incumbent to file for Greensboro council

Filing for council races ends Friday and so far none of the contests have enough candidates to trigger a primary.

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Rockingham commissioners ask for — but don't get — Keith Mabe's resignation

For almost two hours, Mabe was chastised and condemned for again being arrested and charged with driving while impaired — the second offense in seven months. But he said little in his defense.


Wyndham, Sedgefield prepare for their closeups

A surge in homes for sale in Sedgefield, site of the Wyndham Championship, may be timed to get event-driven attention.

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A letter to the editor on July 29 about public safety in downtown Greensboro has caused a minor stir.


Remember Gov. Pat McCrory's bond issue for higher ed and highways? It still has a pulse. 


Blackjack and Spike, who are both pretty big, take up about two thirds of the width of the bed, which leaves me with just a little strip.


A tour of some of the best independent films is coming to the Carolina Theatre.


The Wyndham is still a couple weeks away, and the golf course is waiting.


Race Days is a listing of road and trail races in the Piedmont Triad – and a few beyond.


Eight Guilford County Schools teachers and staff members spent part of their summer in China, gaining new cultural experiences and new ideas for their classrooms.


UNC defensive back Malik Simmons was not at his court date in Orange County on Monday, instead he was participating in UNC's first fall camp practice, where his indefinite suspension was lifted. 


I'll be gone for a while, enjoying scenes like this.


Local activist Thessa Pickett says redistricting has its merits, but the people should decide its future.


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