Greensboro Stories

Jeff Tiberii reports from Greensboro about Guilford County and surrounding area. Here's a collection of WUNC reports about Greensboro and Guilford County by Jeff and other WUNC reporters.

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Politics & Government
5:10 pm
Thu April 12, 2012

Jury Selection Underway in Edwards Trial

Walking behind his father and alongside his daughter Cate, John Edwards leaves a Federal Courthouse in Greensboro on Thursday
Jeff Tiberii

Jury selection has begun in the criminal trial of former North Carolina senator John Edwards.

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Education
7:00 am
Wed April 11, 2012

Early/Middle Colleges Boost Guilford Graduation Rate

Loretta Rowland-Kitley is the principal of the Early/Middle College at G.T.C.C.
Jeff Tiberii

North Carolina had a high school graduation rate that ranked 25th in the nation last year. The state statistics are showing improvement, but still about 27 out of every 100 students do not receive their diploma on time. Of all the large and urban school districts in the state, Guilford County has the best graduation rate. Part of the reason is a growing number of the district's early and middle colleges. Students at those schools are now earning degrees at a near perfect pace. Jeff Tiberii reports as part of our American Graduate series.

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Law
5:10 am
Tue April 10, 2012

Parking Fee in Downtown Greensboro

Parking decks in Downtown Greensboro will now cost a couple of bucks at night.

Business & Economy
5:15 pm
Mon March 26, 2012

Greensboro Call Center Closing Investigated

The U.S. Department of Labor is investigating the closure of an American Express call center in Greensboro.

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Education
4:45 am
Mon March 26, 2012

Greensboro Students Visiting the White House Garden

A group of students from Greensboro is in Washington D.C. today helping First Lady Michelle Obama plant her White House garden.

Jeff Tiberii: Last year students at Sumner Elementary school students decided to plant their own garden, and sent letters to the First lady seeking advice. Last week the White House called and extended an invitation for five third graders, two teachers and the principal to visit the White House and receive gardening tips first hand. Principal Thyais Maxwell says the children are excited and the families emotional

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Sports
6:20 am
Fri March 16, 2012

Greensboro Set to Host March Madness

Jeff Tiberii

The Men's NCAA basketball Tournament comes to Greensboro this week where North Carolina and Duke hope to survive and advance. The event typically brings tens of thousands of visitors and many millions of dollars to the region. On the floor the expectation is for some of the best basketball the sport has to offer. Off the court, there has been some timely madness as well.

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Business & Economy
6:30 pm
Wed March 14, 2012

Guilford County Files Robo-Signing Lawsuit

Guilford County is suing some of the nation’s largest banks over forged mortgage documents.

Jeff Tiberii: Local officials want to put a stop to robo-signing. That’s the practice of third-party employees falsifying financial documents. It has been a national problem in the housing crisis. Register of Deeds Jeff Thigpen found more than 45-hundred mortgages in Guilford County that appear to have been forged.

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Politics & Government
4:00 am
Fri March 2, 2012

John Edwards Trial Now Set for April

After several delays the criminal trial against former North Carolina Senator John Edwards is expected to begin in April.

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Sports
7:25 pm
Wed February 29, 2012

ACC Women's Tournment Begins Thursday

The ACC Women’s Basketball Tournament tips off tomorrow in Greensboro.

Jeff Tiberii: For the 13th consecutive year the event takes place at the Greensboro Coliseum. This season the conference boasts 3 of the top 10 Women’s teams in the nation: Duke, Miami and Maryland. Meanwhile, UNC-Chapel Hill finished fifth in the A-C-C during the regular season. Head coach Sylvia Hatchell has led her team to eight of the last 10 Tournament Championship games.

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Business & Economy
1:45 pm
Mon February 20, 2012

Complementary Cuts

Today in Greensboro some job-seekers will get free hair care.

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