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Plans for downtown Greensboro park supported + License suspended for...
Although a formal vote will come from the City Council on April 1, Greensboro officials say they support plans for a public park to be created on 2.5 acres downtown, according to the News & Record.
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Tue Mar 11, 2014
Exclusive: Triad in the running for $40M United Furniture facility, 200 jobs
Mississippi-based United Furniture Industries is considering a 1 million-square-foot expansion in the Triad and several other regions across the country.
Duke says power will be back to 'nearly all' tonight + Hanesbrands...
Duke Energy plans to restore power by midnight Tuesday to 98 percent of all customers affected by the ice storm.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Mt. Airy News
'We were lucky'
While there were some minor accidents and power outages associated with the latest winter blast Thursday night and Friday morning, officials note that Surry County was largely spared the trouble experienced by nearby counties.
More than 76,000 still without power; Alamance, Guilford schools closed
Thousands are still without power in the Triad, while schools in Alamance and Guilford counties are closed today due to the outages and downed trees from Friday's ice storm.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Thousands without power
Tens of thousands who live surrounding communities are without this morning after the worst ice storm in the area in the past 12 years.
Mt. Airy News
'We were lucky'
These daffodils seem to be suffering through the latest winter blast, like many county residents.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Which automakers need more manufacturing capacity and could the Triad help?
Dianne Reid, president of the Chatham Economic Development Corp., at the 1,818-acre megasite in Chatham and Randolph counties that's pending official state certification as a megasite, which would place it in the running to be marketed for an automobile plant.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Petty honored for contributions to NC tourism + Alamance magazines...
NASCAR Hall of Famer Richard Petty was among five people honored earlier this week for their contributions to North Carolina's tourism industry.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Richard Petty among 5 to get NC tourism award
Petty received the Winner's Circle awards, given annually since 2004, by the N.C. Division of Tourism, Film and Sports Development.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Viewpoint: How much is Randolph megasite land worth?
Our story in Friday's print edition of The Business Journal on the race between groups in Randolph and Chatham counties to get the first certified megasite in the state included two interesting, but separate, pieces of information.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
Mother maintains son's death was no accident
Jesse Maness' death has officially been ruled an accident, but his mother maintains it had to be murder, and she's not giving up her fight.
The Miami Herald
ACLU enters dispute over book in Watauga County
The American Civil Liberties Union says it's joining a rally prior to a Watauga County school board meeting where members will consider banning a book.
Task force on teacher pay incentives in NC begins
A key state lawmaker says paying North Carolina public school educators based on individual performance will ultimately happen, but acknowledges base salaries for experienced teachers must also go up.