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Spradlin: A glimpse of good governance in Summerfield

Spradlin: A glimpse of good governance in Summerfield

Dismissing mini-roundabout concept was a good first step An editorial by Kevin Spradlin, editor of The Piedmont Post. They came. They debated and discussed. They quipped and offered a snide remark here… Read more »

Brown sparks rally, Hoppers edge Suns in extras

Brown sparks rally, Hoppers edge Suns in extras

Greensboro climbs to over .500 through seven games Staff report * Video interview – Josiah Spradlin, Grasshoppers fan * Box score HAGERSTOWN, Md. — Josiah Spradlin did not arrive to Municipal… Read more »

Teen: ‘I feel like the ball is starting to roll’

Teen: ‘I feel like the ball is starting to roll’

Inspired by family farmers, local teens begins venture as entrepreneur By Kevin Spradlin PiedmontPostNC.com OAK RIDGE — What began as a slogan and a modest gesture to honor hard-working family members… Read more »

Coleman honored as Crew Person of the Year

Coleman honored as Crew Person of the Year

76-year-old on the idea of retirement: “I take one day at a time” By Kevin Spradlin PiedmontPostNC.com GREENSBORO – The average person does not begin a new career in their… Read more »

Firm unveils proposed trail path through Summerfield

Firm unveils proposed trail path through Summerfield

* Tentative greenway path is ‘not a done deal,’ open house to be scheduled * $3.8 million estimate for 3.7 miles of trail * Town to consider sidewalk connector from… Read more »

Officials scrap mini-roundabout concept

Officials scrap mini-roundabout concept

WithersRavenel will present additional options at a future date By Kevin Spradlin PiedmontPostNC.com SUMMERFIELD — It’s back to the drawing board for Frances Gallagher and Jay Clapp. The Town of… Read more »

Effort to oust town manager fails

Effort to oust town manager fails

Whitaker is on board for another two years By Kevin Spradlin PiedmontPostNC.com SUMMERFIELD — An effort initiated by Summerfield Town Councilman Todd Rotruck to oust Town Manager Scott Whitaker failed… Read more »

GCS students perform well on ‘Nation’s Report Card’ debut

GCS students perform well on ‘Nation’s Report Card’ debut

Reading and math scores rank among the top large districts GREENSBORO — Fourth- and eighth-graders in Guilford County Schools are performing better than, or as well as other large city districts nationwide… Read more »

Update: Missing teen found safe

Update: Missing teen found safe

Update April 11, 12:27 a.m.: Amelia Hill has been found and is safe, according to a Facebook post on the Guilford County Sheriff’s Office page. Updates as they become available…. Read more »

Guilford County photo contest accepting entries

Guilford County photo contest accepting entries

Deadline to submit agriculture-related photos is June 29 * Click here to submit an entry GREENSBORO — Guilford County Extension would like to display photos depicting the Agriculture we have… Read more »

Joyner, Cunane, Kitley garner AP basketball honors

Joyner, Cunane, Kitley garner AP basketball honors

Staff report If perfection isn’t possible, then Darlene Joyner and Elissa Cunane are the next best thing. The two earned The Associated Press Coach of the Year and Player of the… Read more »

Gin Blossoms playing in Greensboro June 3

Gin Blossoms playing in Greensboro June 3

GREENSBORO — Gin Blossoms, with special guests Tonic and Vertical Horizon, will play on Sunday, June 30 at White Oak Amphitheatre at the Greensboro Coliseum Complex. Tickets go on sale Friday,… Read more »

What is suspicious activity?

What is suspicious activity?

Tips on what to report, and when Submitted by Detective R.D. Seals Guilford County Sheriff’s Office “Am I witnessing a crime?” Most of us have found ourselves wondering this at… Read more »

Library offers salary negotiations workshop for women

Library offers salary negotiations workshop for women

Course set for April 18 GREENSBORO — The Greensboro Public Library, along with the America Association of University Women (AAUW), will offer Work Smart Salary Negotiation Skills Training from 5:30… Read more »

Silver Alert issued for Madison man, 83

Silver Alert issued for Madison man, 83

Staff report MADISON — The North Carolina Center for Missing Persons has issued a Silver Alert for 83-year-old Paul Lawrence McBride, of Madison. Authorities believe McBride might be trying to make… Read more »

Waldvogel: April showers bring May flowers … and termites

Waldvogel: April showers bring May flowers … and termites

It will eventually get warmer, and the increase in temperature, along with expected rainfall, will likely bring an increase in termite swarming, i.e., the emergence of the winged reproductives or future… Read more »

Boles, Jones race to Stop, Drop & Roll 5K victory

Boles, Jones race to Stop, Drop & Roll 5K victory

Clark, Hogan notch runner-up finishes * Spark’s Dash video (coming soon) * Complete results * Age group awards * Jones Racing Company photos (coming soon) * Piedmont Post advance coverage  Staff… Read more »

Grasshoppers edge Crawdads, 4-3

Grasshoppers edge Crawdads, 4-3

Soto’s 2-run HR, Brown’s walk prove the difference By Josh Feldman * Box score GREENSBORO — The Grasshoppers bullpen upheld a narrow lead for the team’s second straight win over the Hickory… Read more »

Officials do ‘demo day’ for new Family Justice Center

Officials do ‘demo day’ for new Family Justice Center

HIGH POINT — Members of the Guilford County Board of Commissioners joined High Point leaders, elected officials, community partners and supporters to participate in the Guilford County Family Justice Center –… Read more »

Gun show proceeds to benefit Gun Stoppers

Gun show proceeds to benefit Gun Stoppers

GREENSBORO — The Greensboro City Council has approved a resolution to give the Greensboro Coliseum’s proceeds from an upcoming gun and knife show to Gun Stoppers, a program that provides… Read more »

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