Greensboro Mayor Nancy Vaughn calls for an End of the city’s Curfew

from WXII TV 12 on Twitter/CLICK HERE: GREENSBORO, N.C. —Greensboro Mayor Nancy Vaughan announced a decision Monday to rescind the city’s curfew after weekend protests in LeBauer Park and Wendover Avenue. “To all who have been peacefully protesting for changes in priorities and policies, I hear you,” Vaughan said. “It is time to begin the… Continue reading Greensboro Mayor Nancy Vaughn calls for an End of the city’s Curfew

Key Statement Today/Sunday from City of Greensboro Mayor Nancy Vaughn

from Greensboro-.gov: Statement From Greensboro Mayor Nancy Vaughan To all who have been peacefully protesting in recent days, to all who are outraged by the deaths of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, Marcus Deon Smith, and so many others: I hear you. I hear your anger, your pain, your frustration of justice denied for… Continue reading Key Statement Today/Sunday from City of Greensboro Mayor Nancy Vaughn

Update from Greensboro Mayor Nancy Vaughn on City of Greensboro Nightly Curfew

from the Mayor of Greensboro Nancy Vaughn on Facebook: I keep getting emails to “call off the National Guard”. We did not activate the National Guard. They are not here and have never been here. If they were here you would have seen them. You can’t miss them. The Governor offered cities throughout North Carolina,… Continue reading Update from Greensboro Mayor Nancy Vaughn on City of Greensboro Nightly Curfew

The Greensboro Sportsplex to House the Homeless beginning on Friday:Offering Shelter during the Coronavirus/COVID-19 Storm

The Greensboro Sportsplex, a city of Greensboro Parks and Recreation Center, will offer shelter during the war on the Coronavirus…The Sportsplex will provide housing in the time of the COVID-19 storm, and each bed that is set up for the homeless will be set up six feet apart, so that the the homeless housing system… Continue reading The Greensboro Sportsplex to House the Homeless beginning on Friday:Offering Shelter during the Coronavirus/COVID-19 Storm

Should the City of Greensboro pay for a new swimming pool at Grimsley High School???

from News and Record reports:The Guilford County school board wants the city to pay to build a pool at Grimsley High to replace one now slated for demolition.… The city just gave the school board $400,000 back in March to demolish the old pool at Grimsley, now the School Board wants the city to pay… Continue reading Should the City of Greensboro pay for a new swimming pool at Grimsley High School???