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The Piedmont Triad Partnership hopes to attract an automaker to the Triad with its newly formed “SWAT” team.
Greensboro homeless advocates speak out against the new policy of several homeless shelters and organizations decision to not operate winter shelters or let homeless residents stay in their facilities for more than 67 days.
An article that finally articulates why the Friendly-Hobbes Road site in Greensboro is so special and so ripe for development.
A few residents of the town of King, which recently stripped its veteran’s memorial of religious symbols, gathered to protest the removal of said symbols.
The Forsyth County elections board will meet to discuss their budget and priorities for the upcoming year.
With the shift in power to Republicans in the state government, rural issues are now front and center.
The Fayetteville City Council wants to add a member of their regular human relations staff to their police internal affairs committee, to have a staff member who is in-tuned to human rights issues on the committee.
And finally, a tweet revealed that Raleigh’s Dorothea Dix property may be on the verge of finally becoming city land and not state land.