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By Staff Reports BURLINGTON -- Three men from Charlotte have been charged with a string of vehicle break-ins that happened Thursday and Sunday in and near the Alamance Crossing shopping center.
By JEFF MILLS GREENSBORO -- Guilford County's Board of Education will be asked to spend more to ferry students back and forth between extracurricular activities this school year. At its meeting tonight, the board will consider raising the activity bus mileage fee more than 30 cents per mile.
Austin Cornelison, 7, of Greensboro joined his grandfather, Alan Martinez (not pictured), of Kernersville for a fishing trip to the lake at High Point City Lake Park in Jamestown on Sunday. "If you give a kiss to a fish, it will kiss you back," Austin joked while fishing alongside other young people.
WINSTON-SALEM -- Mr. James "Howard" Hester, 90, passed away on Friday, August 8, 2008, at his home. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. on Monday, August 11, in Wallburg Baptist Church. Burial will follow the service, in Wallburg Church cemetery. Arrangements are by J. C.
By Jeri Rowe GREENSBORO -- Right now, there's not much to look at. Cross East Lee, pass the cleared lot where Greensboro wants to root a growing downtown, and you'll find a spider web of empty rooms in the basement, and a top floor occupied by a church. But hear Nathan Wainscott talk.
By JEFF MILLS GREENSBORO -- The new superintendent of Guilford County Schools will make $250,000 per year plus benefits under the terms of a four- year contract released Tuesday. Maurice "Mo" Green signed the deal Saturday. He starts his new job Sept.
By RYAN SEALS GREENSBORO -- Annette Allred and Gwen Pritchett had plenty to discuss Tuesday night. As the hamburgers and hot dogs smoked on the grill nearby, the Ole Asheboro neighborhood residents were busy firing away at the many crime issues plaguing their area.
By Jamie Kennedy Jones, News & Record, Greensboro, N.C. Aug. 6--Last year, educators visited the Teacher Supply Warehouse about 130 times each month. There they picked up the donated notebooks, craft materials and other supplies they needed to get through the school year.
By Ryan Seals, News & Record, Greensboro, N.C. Aug. 6--Annette Allred and Gwen Pritchett had plenty to discuss Tuesday night. As the hamburgers and hot dogs smoked on the grill nearby, the Ole Asheboro neighborhood residents were busy firing away at the many crime issues plaguing their area.
By Carolyn Booth Fun Stuff TODAY Poker Run, noon , Stoneville Park, 100 Priddy Drive, Stoneville. Entry fee $10. Presented by First Bank Relay for Life Team. Door prizes, 50-50 drawing, goodie bags to first 75 bikes. Hotdog supper after ride. Outside guests, dinner $4. T-shirts available for $10.
- A ceramic container used inside a fuel-fired kiln to protect pots from the flame.