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Greensboro News & Record

June 3, 2015 · Greensboro, North Carolina

Greensboro City Council adopts committee system

After a 7-2 vote, members say they look forward to more productive meetings.

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Surviving Bitter Blood

Thirty years ago this afternoon, Fritz Klenner’s Blazer exploded on a highway in Summerfield.


Rolling Stones' private jet gets upgrade at PTI

Swift Air, which flies elite sports teams and pop stars around North America, is fixing up a Boeing 737-400 that will take the Stones on their “Zip Code” tour.


Land deal adds to nucleus of megasite

The Randolph County Board of Commissioners voted 3-2 Monday night to spend $5.87 million on land at the Greensboro-Randolph Megasite.

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Next time it could be your neighborhood

The News & Record was right to use the word “inevitable” when speaking of the rezoning of the Hobbs-Friendly land. That’s a warning to all residents of Greensboro. If the City Council can rezone land from residential to commercial in a situation where there is 1) strong, widespread, effective and thoughtful opposition and 2) no need whatsoever for further stores in the area, then if and when a developer turns eyes toward our neighborhoods, we won’t stand a chance.

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Have you read the book or watched the movie about the Klenner-Lynch murders?

Today is the 30-year anniversary of the Klenner-Lynch murders that impacted two prominent families in the Triad.

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