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The Cemala Foundation has awarded a $932,500 grant to Guilford Technical Community College in a move that will allow the school to expand aviation programs by increasing enrollment, adding faculty positions and offering student scholarships. Comment?
An 8-mile section of the U.S. 311 Bypass that will run from Cedar Square Road outside of Archdale to U.S. 220 near Randleman is now expected to open next week. Comment?
Alonso Zamora, founder of B-Thrifty, shows off donated goods. Workers will sort through clothing and other items, and what isn't sold will be repackaged and sold by the pound to countries in South America. Comment?
The firm this week opened a new 6,000-square-foot office at 514 S. Stratford Road in the Stratford Oaks office building. Comment?
Greensboro-based Cunningham & Co. is expanding its footprint in North Carolina with the purchase of Carolina Mortgage Co. Comment?
A section of the original Woolworth lunch counter in Greensboro, N.C., where four black college students launched a sit-in movement in 1960, will be included in the Newseum's newest exhibit, set to open Aug. Comment?
Jerry Wass has in just a couple of years grown his leads-generating company, Anomaly Squared, from a concept to 300 employees, with plans to be at 500 by the end of the summer. Comment?
Berkley Hall Construction of Greensboro is planning an up to 288-unit apartment complex off Pleasant Ridge Road in Greensboro. Comment?
Lomax Construction of Greensboro is starting work next week on a student/pedestrian plaza outside Guilford College's recently renovated Founders Hall. Comment?
Local transportation officials say an amended version of Gov. Pat McCrory's transportation bill will mean more funds for Triad projects. Comment?
Sparkling wine, specialty cocktails, grilled duck breast and a smoked trout platter aren't your typical movie theater fare. Comment?
Plans for a 510-acre industrial park in north High Point can move forward after receiving final approval from the City Council this week . Comment?
General Manager Donato Pinierio said the renovation involves redoing the hotel's meeting spaces and ballroom. Comment?
A development group wants to renovate the nearly vacant, city-owned Bessemer Center in northeast Greensboro, but residents want the city to retain ownership and permit a community-run grocery store to locate there, according to the News & Record . Comment?
A trio of Triad restaurant veterans are teaming up to open a seafood restaurant in Greensboro called The Reel Seafood Grill at the site of the former New Garden Diner & Cafe. Comment?
Greensboro, N.C.-based Bell Partners has purchased the Grove Franklin Apartments for $35 million, according to Williamson County property records. Comment?
State officials will be in the Triad this week and next to discuss a plan to overhaul the state's Medicaid system. Comment?
Greensboro-based T. Cooper James & Associates has purchased the Food Lion-anchored Cardinal Crossing shopping center at 2231 Fleming Road in Greensboro for $3 million, according to county records. Comment?
Sometime this month, the Winston-Salem Dash will celebrate the one millionth fan to attend a game at BB&T Ballpark. Comment?
Greensboro developer Roy Carroll has planned an 84,000-square-foot, climate-controlled storage facility at 1016 Battleground Ave., a more than $5 million project that should take about four months to complete. Comment?