A global call and customer service company is expanding in High Point, bringing hundreds of new jobs to the Triad. Officials with Alorica say they will add 600 full-time positions at their center o
2:40pm Feb 21, 2017Economy Economy
5:19pm Feb 15, 2017News News
A fundraising campaign benefitting a child who was mauled by a dog in Greensboro is quickly gaining steam toward a $50,000 goal. The injured toddler is the son of recent Syrian refugees.
6:00am Feb 06, 2017Politics & Government Politics & Government
Today we present the first story in our new series, "The Road Ahead," in which we bring you the voices of real people from across the political spectrum. It's your neighbors, sharing their hopes and fears about the new Trump administration.
11:53am Jan 27, 2017News News
Hundreds of protesters marched in downtown Greensboro Thursday night against President Donald Trump's expected tightening of U.S. immigration policy.
7:48am Jan 23, 2017Human Interest Human Interest Politics & Government
Saturday's event coincided with others across the country and was one of at least 12 gatherings in North Carolina.
4:15pm Jan 18, 2017Crime Crime News Politics & Government
Seven people were arrested on trespassing charges Wednesday in Greensboro.
2:09am Jan 16, 2017Economy Economy Education Human Interest
The Greensboro-based Civil Rights Museum is among two North Carolina institutions receiving a grant from the National Park Service.
3:57pm Jan 11, 2017News News
The Greensboro News & Record is moving some of its operations to Winston-Salem.
5:50pm Jan 03, 2017Economy Economy
A report released Tuesday by the City of Greensboro suggests the Gate City’s economy is continuing to improve. But the data also illustrate the challenges that remain.
5:00am Dec 06, 2016Economy Economy Human Interest Minorities News
A new grocery store has opened in Northeast Greensboro that’s eroding an 18 year food desert. A food desert is an an urban area where affordable or quality fresh food is difficult to find.
10:55am Nov 11, 2016Daily News Daily News
Greensboro police say about 500 people gathered downtown on Thursday night to protest the election results. Two people were arrested.
11:04am Nov 07, 2016Human Interest Human Interest News Politics & Government
It’s 15 minutes til showtime, and the basement level theatre of Geeksboro Coffeehouse Cinema is teeming with pre-bout excitement.