A new section of the Greensboro Urban Loop is now open.
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6:22am Dec 28, 2020Transportation Transportation Economy
4:55pm Aug 19, 2020News News
A new report suggests the City of Greensboro is facing an affordable housing crisis.
4:27pm Jul 22, 2020Race Race News
Greensboro’s city council unanimously voted Tuesday night to make Juneteenth a paid holiday for city employees starting next year.
City Councilwoman Sharon Hightower proposed the idea.
5:39pm Jun 19, 2020News News
Greensboro’s city council is debating potential changes to law enforcement policy in the wake of widespread racial justice protests.
4:43pm Jun 17, 2020News News
Greensboro City Council passed an annual budget on Tuesday that included several cuts to offset losses caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
6:43pm Jun 03, 2020News News
Mostly peaceful demonstrations in the city on Saturday and Sunday gave way to unrest after nightfall in response to the death of George Floyd.
4:54pm Apr 27, 2020Politics & Government Politics & Government Health & Safety
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.
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.