In 2015, News & Record photojournalists documented Greensboro at work, at play, in mourning and going about the business of everyday life. Here is a sample of the news and events of the year in photo galleries. Click the link on the page to see videos.

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The Chabad Jewish Center of Greensboro hosted a community celebration on the first night of Chaukah in Center City Park. They created a "Givin…

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For years the Wagoner name has been synonymous with Christmas trees in Guilford County and beyond. The empire now belongs to Margaret and Brad…

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Lawndale Baptist Church in Greensboro and Williams Memorial Church in High Point each provided thousands of people with Thanksgiving meals on …

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Christian, Jewish and Muslim faith leaders speak about the issue of bringing Syrian refugees into Greensboro followed by FaithAction Internati…

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A “Gathering of Friends” for Elon University student-athlete Demitri Allison, a junior wide receiver for the Elon Phoenix football team, who f…

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The Bishop McGuiness High School community gathered Wednesday in Kernersville for a vigil for Principal George Repass, who died last Sunday.

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Greensboro workers march to City Hall as part of the statewide "Fight for $15" movement, demanding higher wages for workers.

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Friends and relatives gathered Friday for a vigil for Mark Davis, who was shot to death outside Lotus Lounge on Elm Street. His twin brother w…

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A Greensboro couple gets married dressed as Frankenstein and, appropriately, the Bride of Frankenstein. And the colors in the “boo-quet” heigh…

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N.C. A&T calls its annual gathering of alumni, students and friends The Greatest Homecoming on Earth. Who are we to argue?

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Hillbrook, a massive stone mansion hidden from sight in High Point, with Norman Tudor-style featuring a turret and clay roof. Hillbrook was de…

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The county beat the city 18-8 in the second annual Guilford Cup football game.

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Bold Moon is the latest open space preserve opened by the Guilford County Parks and Recreation Department over the past two months.

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The Greensboro Historical Museum celebrates the decade it was founded with period clothes, cars and dancing during the Roaring '20s Flashback …

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Laura Grate of Greensboro, who is 108 years old, is honored with a centenarian certificate and a bouquet of flowers during a Guilford County B…

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Chandler strawberries are grown at Ingram's Strawberry Farm whose owners say they expect to pick berries through mid-June. Visitors to the far…

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N.C. A&T students and others gather for a 'Bmore Proactive' rally on the university campus in Greensboro on Tuesday. 

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Greensboro Parks and Recreation Department, along with students from UNCG’s Community and Therapeutic Recreation program and Bridge II Sports,…

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Faculty, adjunct professors and residents lend support to raise minimum wage and increase salaries/benefits for adjunct professors.

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In the wake of the recent shooting of three muslin Chapel Hill students, a group of Greensboro residences are launching an effort called Sit t…

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Five juvenile African penguins were added to the flock at the Greensboro Science Center’s Carolina SciQuarium, on Monday, Feb. 23, 2015, in Gr…

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Ben Gray has been shining shoes at the High Point Market for 20 years, helping people in the furniture business put their best foot forward. P…

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The Community Swim Association three day meet at the Greensboro Aquatic Center gets underway featuring eight year old and under swimmers.

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