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'Fight the good fight': Guilford celebrates its teacher, principal of the year

“When it comes to teaching, I’m going to do what works for students,” said Northern High's Leah Carper, the Teacher of the Year. “Sometimes that means dressing up in silly costumes. I take cues from my students about what they need. My classroom isn’t just my classroom it’s theirs, too.”

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Greensboro rezoning request turns into passionate discussion about city's growth

The project’s potential impact on single-family neighborhoods nearby and the message it sends about development in the lower-income parts of Greensboro became an issue. Read more

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Crimestoppers increases maximum award to $5,000

The Greensboro/Guilford Crime Stoppers announced Tuesday it is increasing the maximum rewards available from $2,000 to $5,000. The extra money is coming from a $150,000 grant from the city of Greensboro that will be given to Crime Stoppers over two years. Read more

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Guilford sheriff seeks info on people illegally dumping garbage on Stokesdale road

Pictures shared by the sheriff's office show several vehicles from the past few months with loads of furniture, yard waste and other materials either before or after they've dumped their illegal loads on Water Oak Road between Goodwill Church and Happy Hill roads. Read more

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Tips from public led to 'best case scenario' ending after student threatened local schools, High Point police chief says

About 1:30 a.m. Tuesday, 18-year-old Kayshaun Williams was arrested at his Jamestown home, about six hours after police were notified of a potential threat against five Guilford County high schools — Southwest, Andrews, Southern, Southeast and Northeast high schools. Read more

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Greensboro rezoning request turns into passionate discussion about city's growth

The project’s potential impact on single-family neighborhoods nearby and the message it sends about development in the lower-income parts of Greensboro became an issue. Read more

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Gwyneth Paltrow spotted in Chapel Hill. Predictably, Twitter goes wild.

As she stood near the stoplight in front of the CVS building on Franklin Street, she looked bemused as her photo was being taken. Read more

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'The world must wake up': Tasks daunting as UN meeting opens

NEW YORK (AP) — In person and on screen, world leaders returned to the United Nations' foremost gathering for the first time in the pandemi… Read more

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House OKs debt and funding plan, setting up clash with Senate GOP

The House voted Tuesday night to fund the government into early December, suspend the federal debt limit and provide disaster and refugee aid. The Senate GOP is expected to block it. Read more

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WATCH NOW: Scenes from 1989, when Hugo tore through the Carolinas

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Crimestoppers increases maximum award to $5,000

The Greensboro/Guilford Crime Stoppers announced Tuesday it is increasing the maximum rewards available from $2,000 to $5,000. The extra money is coming from a $150,000 grant from the city of Greensboro that will be given to Crime Stoppers over two years. Read more

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Guilford sheriff seeks info on people illegally dumping garbage on Stokesdale road

Pictures shared by the sheriff's office show several vehicles from the past few months with loads of furniture, yard waste and other materials either before or after they've dumped their illegal loads on Water Oak Road between Goodwill Church and Happy Hill roads. Read more

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Tips from public led to 'best case scenario' ending after student threatened local schools, High Point police chief says

About 1:30 a.m. Tuesday, 18-year-old Kayshaun Williams was arrested at his Jamestown home, about six hours after police were notified of a potential threat against five Guilford County high schools — Southwest, Andrews, Southern, Southeast and Northeast high schools. Read more

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UNCG remains short on answers after departure of athletics director Kim Record

Questions regarding the exit of former UNCG athletics director Kim Record continue to be raised. Read more

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N.C. A&T working on ways to spring Jah-Maine Martin and running game

Star running back Jah-Maine Martin has yet to break out this season Read more

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High school football standings: Week 6

CENTRAL PIEDMONT 4-A Read more

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HSXtra.com Football: Players to watch this week

The News & Record’s Joe Sirera looks at three high school football players who will be in the spotlight in Friday night’s games: Read more

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Sports events on the air for Tuesday, Sept. 21

Streaming and cable TV listings for sports fans for Tuesday, Sept. 21. Read more

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Greensboro Grasshoppers to host Bowling Green on Tuesday night to open High-A East championship series

The baseball season in Greensboro isn’t over. The Grasshoppers will compete in the High-A East League championship series next week. Read more

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