Greensboro

State of Things
9:04 am
Fri June 22, 2012

Big Bang Boom!

Chuck Folds, Steve Willard and Eddie Walker had been playing in rock bands all over the Triad when they formed Big Bang Boom, a band that makes family music. The decision was organic; they were dads and wanted to make some music their kids and their wives could love.

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Arts & Culture
6:00 am
Thu June 21, 2012

Greensboro Performing Arts Center Won't Be On November Ballot

Voters in Greensboro will not see a referendum for a new performing arts center on the November ballot.

Jeff Tiberii: A task force has been studying the feasibility of a new downtown arts venue. They had hoped a $20 million bond referendum would be posed to voters this fall. But the City Council ultimately decided it was not comfortable moving the issue forward. Ross Harris is one of 80 task force members working for the arts center.

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Education
6:00 am
Wed June 20, 2012

Private Money Considered For Greensboro Schools

Education leaders in Guilford County are looking at how private donations would affect public schools.

Jeff Tiberii: A group of parents at one Greensboro Elementary School wants to go beyond the average book or bake sale. They’re hoping to raise $1.5 million for a new building. School board members are considering both sides of an issue that would likely provide some schools with more private money than others. Chairman of the board Alan Duncan:

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Politics & Government
6:45 am
Thu June 14, 2012

No Re-Trial For Edwards

John Edwards will not face another criminal trial on charges of alleged campaign finance violations.

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Politics & Government
5:40 pm
Wed June 13, 2012

ACLU Sues State Over Adoption Restrictions

ACLU lawyer Elizabeth Gill speaks in front of same-sex couples at the federal courthouse in Greensboro.
Jeff Tiberii

The American Civil Liberties Union has filed a federal lawsuit in Greensboro seeking expanded adoption rights for same-sex couples.

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Politics & Government
6:05 am
Wed June 13, 2012

Food Stamp Service Interrupted in Guilford County

Thousands of residents in Guilford County have been without food stamps for several weeks.

Jeff Tiberii: Problems started last month when the county department of social services began using a new software program. Steve Hayes with social services says there were significant delays in processing, applications and re-certifications.

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Law
9:40 pm
Mon June 4, 2012

Greensboro Getting Police Foundation

A new non-profit group will support Greensboro law enforcement.

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Politics & Government
1:18 pm
Fri June 1, 2012

GOP Meets In Greensboro

State Republicans have gathered in Greensboro for the weekend.

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Politics & Government
7:55 am
Fri June 1, 2012

John Edwards Found Not Guilty On One Fraud Count; Mistrial Declared On Other Counts

John Edwards' campaign finance case ended in a mistrial. Jurors came back yesterday and acquitted the former senator and presidential candidate on one charge and said they were deadlocked on five others. WUNC's Jeff Tiberii has been covering the trial since it started more than a month ago, he joins us from our bureau in Greensboro. 

What was it like in the courtroom when the jury's decision was announced?

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Politics & Government
6:55 am
Wed May 30, 2012

Edwards Jurors Begin 8th Day Of Deliberations

In federal court jury deliberations begin an eighth day at the John Edwards trial today.

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