Sheriff Danny Rogers announced the new testing program Thursday, two days after the sheriff's office reported that five detention officers had earlier tested positive for the highly contagious respiratory illness but had since returned to work. No inmates have tested positive, officials said.
During his over five years as GTCC’s police chief, Phillips “demonstrated the utmost care” to “students, faculty, staff and the officers under his command,” according to a statement released by GTCC.
In Guilford County, 5,826 residents have become infected and 158 people have died since the beginning of the pandemic, according to the latest data from the state.
On Tuesday, NCDHHS reported over 2 million completed tests, but has since announced a correction, noting a discrepancy in testing data submitted by LabCorp. The agency is now reporting that more than 1.8 million tests have been completed since the pandemic began.
ARCHDALE — An Archdale man was taken into custody today after detectives linked him to the sexual assault of two people, according to the Rand…
GREENSBORO — Police have released a photo of a man suspected of trying to rob a convenience store early this morning.
GREENSBORO — The outdoor dining and shopping experience that began last weekend in downtown Greensboro will continue Friday evenings and Satur…
The city does not request cash payments to resolve code violations, so any claims to that effect are believed to be scams, the city said.
Authorities are still investigating the crash that resulted in Steve Cooper Coble's death, police said.