Greensboro residents haven’t seen a property tax increase in more than a decade, but that could soon change.
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11:26am May 22, 2019Politics & Government Politics & Government
11:55am May 01, 2019Health & Safety Health & Safety Politics & Government
The North Carolina Department of Labor has cited the city of Greensboro and its water resources department for “serious” safety violations after a city employee fell to her death last November at a
6:00am Apr 15, 2019Environment Environment
On Sunday, April 15, 2018, an EF2 tornado touched down on the eastern side of Greensboro.
3:54pm Mar 01, 2019News News Transportation
Some Greensboro motorists will soon have access to new information that could make driving safer.
9:38am Nov 21, 2018Daily News Daily News Politics & Government
The City of Greensboro on Tuesday adopted new rules, effective immediately, for the use of electric scooters. The ordinances apply to riders as well as businesses marketing the vehicles.
10:21am Nov 09, 2018Daily News Daily News Politics & Government
Officials in Greensboro have ordered a fleet of scooters off of its streets for now so they can revise ordinances to accommodate them.
7:39am Sep 20, 2018Politics & Government Politics & Government
The American Civil Liberties Union is accusing the City of Greensboro Police Department, among others, of discrimination.
6:04pm Jul 26, 2018Politics & Government Politics & Government
Greensboro has a new panhandling ordinance.
4:55pm Jul 18, 2018Economy Economy
Several downtown Greensboro streets are getting a makeover. City leaders recently wrapped up a series of public meetings to gather input for the plans.
4:36pm Jun 28, 2018Environment Environment
Leaders in Greensboro are looking at ways to reduce some potentially harmful chemicals in the city’s drinking water.
2:49pm Aug 16, 2017Arts Arts
The city of Greensboro is celebrating a new addition to its downtown public art scene. The completion of two large-scale murals will take place Thursday.
4:14pm Jul 19, 2017Economy Economy
Greensboro will now allow alcohol sales to start earlier on Sundays. Other communities in the Triad are also considering the move after the state’s “brunch bill” became law last month.