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Greensboro News & Record

September 2, 2015 · Greensboro, North Carolina

Triad court case shows need to wipe company phone when you leave

A man is being sued by his former employer because he left personal information on his company cellphone, which provides a lesson.

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Judge approves sale of Southeastern Eye

Special Superior Court Judge Louis Bledsoe III said the sale is the best shot creditors have of getting their money from Southeastern.

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Cost of redistricting lawsuit raised at Greensboro council meeting

The total cost for lobbying and litigation so far: $136,000.

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Some GTCC aviation students will have to repeat course hours after FAA inspection

GTCC has already stopped the practice of allowing students to use some electronics courses for two majors. 

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The Great Cape Escape, a 5K and 10K at Elon on Sept. 20, will benefit Open Door Clinic.


Taxpayers should urge commissioners to get on board with Guilford Says Yes.


One of my favorite Christmas season activities is the Walk Up White Oak.


The Guilford County Board of Commissioners approved Monday night a resolution in support of the local effort to partner with Say Yes to Education. They also asked that future discussions about the partnership address expanding the partnership to include local charter schools.


So this is Plan A for the Wolfpack this season:


This week, Greenhill and ArtQuest will be focusing on Homeschoolers as a part of Homeschool Days.


Not to disparage her challengers, but when filing ended last month for Greensboro City Council elections, the top of the ballot seemed to affirm incumbent Nancy Vaughan’s performance.


On Wednesday the High Point Police Department will hold its annual ceremony recognizing its officer, reserve officer and civilian employee of the year.


This month's speakers include Leonard Pitts, Gov. Jennifer Granholm and this year's Newberry Medal winner.


Little Francine was shut in an office with a cage mate who was also rescued. This 3-year-old Chihuahua is looking for a quiet home and a loving pet owner. Her adoption fee is $200. For information, call (336) 574-9600 or www.arfpnc.com.


Noah’s Ark Full Gospel Baptist Church of Reidsville gave away 1,789 gallons of gasoline worth $4,000 to more than 200 recipients Aug. 22 at the Sparks and Sons Service Station in Reidsville.


Patrick, Tim and Jim O'Rourke work back-to-back games as "ball dudes" for the San Francisco Giants.


The Field & Stream store on Bridford Parkway is scheduled to open in October.

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Nonprofit: Second Harvest works with local groups to feed the community

Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest North Carolinas addresses hunger in our community. Within our city and county, lives a senior, a parent, a child consumed with worry about getting enough …

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Question of the day

Should the charter school students be eligible for the proposed Say Yes to Education scholarship fund?

Commissioners voted to support the college scholarship program for Guilford County Schools as long as charter school students were included. http://goo.gl/ZXV3s3

Total Votes: 129

Disclaimer: This is not a scientific poll



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