A grant launched at the beginning of the pandemic to support Black and Latinx small business owners in Forsyth County will open applications at the end of August.
Voter fraud has been the rallying cry for Republicans who have been aiming for stricter voter ID laws.
The site of the former American Hebrew Academy in Greensboro will become a housing and education facility for unaccompanied refugee children.
The Winston Weaver fertilizer plant fire broke out on January 31. It lasted for days, displacing residents within the one-mile evacuation zone and putting emergency responders in harm's way.
In December of last year, Jamison Mobile Home Park residents received a letter from property owner Lynn Anderson stating that they now had until March 2022 to vacate the properties.
Casa Azul of Greensboro announced the winners of literary calaveritas, a Day of the Dead tradition of writing obituaries in verse for people who are alive.
This past Saturday, Greensboro celebrated its annual Unity Walk and Festival, which looked a little different during the pandemic.
After a decade at the helm of FaithAction International House — the Greensboro non-profit supporting thousands of immigrants and refugee families each year — Executive Director David Fraccaro is st
Federal officials are considering a former Greensboro private school as a transitional housing site for unaccompanied refugee minors.