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By Staff and Wire Reports GREENSBORO -- A 21-seat corporate plane made an emergency landing Sunday night at Piedmont Triad International Airport. A call came in at 7:15 p.m. that the plane needed to land, according to Guilford County EMS.
By Staff Reports Hospice of the Piedmont's fall training sessions for patient/ family volunteers will begin Sept. 4 in the Hospice community conference room, 1801 Westchester Drive, Greensboro.
By JENNIFER ATKINS BROWN Christine Kiernan moved to Greensboro in 2002 to pursue a master of fine arts degree in performance and choreography at UNCG .
By JASON HARDIN A key to the Triad's water supply this year changed direction off the coast of Florida on Monday evening, leaving it unlikely the area will see any beneficial rain. Tropical Storm Fay has the potential to drop much-needed rain across the Southeast as it comes ashore.
TELEPHONE AT&T, formerly BellSouth, is a large provider in the Piedmont Triad for local residential service, covering Greensboro, Winston- Salem and Burlington. (888) 757-6500, www.att.com North State Communications provides telephone service for High Point and neighboring towns.
By ROBERT C. LOPEZ In an era when playlists are often dictated from afar, finding a local or indie band on the dial can be a bit like trying to find an LP at a Best Buy.
GRAHAM -- Margaret Broadway Carter, 73, passed away Thursday, August 14, 2008. Funeral services will be held 3 p.m. Sunday, August 17, at First Reformed United Church of Christ. Arrangements by Rich & Thompson Funeral Home. (c) 2008 Greensboro News Record. Provided by ProQuest LLC.
By DAWN DECWIKIEL-KANE GREENSBORO -- Community Theatre of Greensboro has been around for nearly 60 years but never had its own performing space.
By Staff and Wire Reports GIBSONVILLE -- Parents, alumni and other school supporters are invited to a meeting Monday at Eastern Guilford High School that will cover the construction of the new school. The meeting will take place at 7 p.m. in the media center, 415 Peeden Drive.
By LORRAINE AHEARN Randolph County, it goes without saying, is more than just a visit to the North Carolina Zoo, a tour of Seagrove's 100-plus potteries, a pit stop at the Richard Petty Museum or a day of fishing in the cool coves of Randleman Lake. Then again, that's a start.
- Withering but not falling off, as a blossom that persists on a twig after flowering.