Stories tagged: "Greensboro"


Daycare employee Remontia Greene tends to three infants in a preschool in Clayton, NC, in 2009.  Local leaders in North Carolina are touting the potential for two major infrastructure bills in DC to impact childcare as well as community colleges and broadband internet. (Photo by Ted Richardson/Raleigh News & Observer/Tribune News Service via Getty Images)
Guaranteed Preschool and Free Community College: How Democrats’ Infrastructure Plan Could Impact North Carolina Families

Infrastructure isn't just roads and bridges. Local leaders in North Carolina talk about how federal proposals could impact child care, internet service, and more.

Boxes of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine are seen Thursday, Jan. 28, 2021 in Pittsboro, N.C. in a refrigerator at Piedmont Health Senior Care, a federally qualified health center. (Image via AP/Gerry Broome)
Vaccine Numbers Are Picking Up In NC. Here’s How to Get Yours.

More than 1 million people are fully vaccinated now in North Carolina, as NC looks to move to Group 4 of eligibility.

Steve Mitchell, owner of Scuppernong Books in Greensboro, said postal service delays are affecting his business. Image via Steve Mitchell.
‘Now We’re Fighting the Post Office’: USPS Delays Hit NC Businesses

Small business owners around NC say postal service delays add to the challenges brought on by COVID-19.

Grammy-nominated NC musician performed a new pro-Postal Service song Sunday at a protest at Louis DeJoy's Greensboro home. (Image via Joe Troop)
Meet the Grammy-Nominated NC Musician Who Played For Protesters at Louis DeJoy’s Home

Joe Troop sang a new song, “A Plea to the US Government to Fully Fund the Postal Service,” in front of Louis DeJoy's NC home.

I can't breath jail death
John Neville Told His Jailers ‘I Can’t Breathe.’ Now They’re Facing Charges In His Death.

Five detention officers and a jail nurse will face involuntary manslaughter charges in connection with John Neville’s death in a Greensboro, NC jail.

Gov. Cooper's administration is expected to announce his decision Thursday on a mandatory mask rule, Charlotte Mayor Vi Lyles said.
While Gov. Cooper Mulls Mask Order, Some NC Local Governments Aren’t Waiting

While Roy Cooper mulls a statewide mask order, Raleigh, Durham, Orange County, Boone and now Greensboro impose their own emergency mask rules.

North Carolina PPE shortages
These Factories Are Stepping Up And Helping Fill NC’s PPE Shortage

North Carolina turns to its own manufacturers to address critical shortages of PPE and gowns.