Emergency shelter pilot project in Greensboro will start to be dismantled next week
With overnight temperatures in the Triad expected to remain near freezing this week, Greensboro’s Doorway Project — pallet homes for the city’s unsheltered population — wil
Greensboro approves $6.6M plan to reduce homelessness
The City of Greensboro approved a plan to allocate millions of dollars to ad
Apartment size grows in Greensboro, bucking national trend
Public housing complex set for redevelopment hits historic holdup
A Winston-Salem public housing complex may soon be redeveloped, but a historic property designation could alter plans.
Advocates concerned after city orders residents of two Winston-Salem buildings to vacate
Winston-Salem officials are ordering tenants at two city-owned buildings to leave their homes indefinitely so repairs can be made.
Renewed hotel guest rules bill clears state Senate committee
Legislation sought by North Carolina's lodging industry that attempts to declare when long-term hotel guests qualify for tenant protections more associated with houses or apartments cleared a Senat
Winston-Salem housing advocacy group will take a new approach to helping tenants
Triad tenant rights advocacy group Housing Justice Now is changing its approach to how it helps those facing eviction.
Service honors homeless people who died over the last year
Advocates for Winston-Salem’s homeless people gathered in downtown Wednesday for a memorial service in honor of those who died during the last year.