Greensboro is partnering with local groups to provide free face masks to the public as concerns over COVID-19 remain. They’ll be available starting Wednesday, April 29.
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4:54pm Apr 27, 2020Politics & Government Politics & Government Health & Safety
5:42pm Feb 12, 2020Weather Weather Environment
The City of Greensboro is exploring new ways to reduce and prevent flood damage.
6:20am Jan 24, 2020Housing Housing
City leaders in Greensboro are working on a 10-year affordable housing plan.
6:08pm Dec 20, 2019Human Interest Human Interest
The project at Keeley Park in northeast Greensboro means $2.2 million of improveme
7:16am Oct 23, 2019Politics & Government Politics & Government Race
A group of Greensboro clergy and civil rights leaders is asking for an apology from the city for its role in the 1979 Greensboro Massacre.
7:00am Sep 05, 2019Politics & Government Politics & Government
Greensboro residents ages 14 and older will soon begin deciding how to spend a half-million dollars in City funds. And this week, for the first time, residents will be able to vote online.
11:26am May 22, 2019Politics & Government Politics & Government
Greensboro residents haven’t seen a property tax increase in more than a decade, but that could soon change.
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.