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          USM School of Music Welcomes New Music Education Faculty      Cache   Translate Page      

The University of Southern Mississippi (USM) School of Music has a long and prestigious reputation for preparing some of the world’s finest music educators. With an eye toward the classroom of the future, the school is pleased to welcome Ashley Allen, Assistant Professor of Music Education (choral), and Melody Causby, Assistant Professor of Music Education (instrumental).

Allen joins the USM community from Central Michigan University, where she taught undergraduate and graduate courses in music education, observed student teachers, and served as coordinator for the Music Education Area and liaison to the College of Education.

She received her Doctorate in Philosophy from The University of Kansas and her Bachelors and Masters degrees in Music Education from The University of Oklahoma. Other pedagogical training includes Kodály training and certification in levels 1, 2, and 3 at The University of Oklahoma.

Prior to transitioning to higher education, Dr. Allen taught secondary choral and general music for grades 6-12 in public schools in central Oklahoma, and higher education courses in music education as a graduate assistant for The University of Oklahoma and The University of Kansas. She also served as an intern with the Norman Children’s Chorus and as an assistant director with the Kansas University Youth Chorus.

Causby is completing a Doctorate of Philosophy and completed her Masters of Music Education from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro with a cognate in Wind Band Conducting and Bachelors Degree from Campbell University. During her doctoral work at UNCG, Melody taught the Marching Band Techniques course, assisted in various Music Education courses, and supervised student teachers.

She is currently the Interim Director of Bands at Elon University, where she operates and conducts the Phoenix Winds Wind Ensemble, The Elon Basketball Band, and the Fire of the Carolinas Marching Band. Previously, Causby was a band director in NC Public schools for eleven years, during which time the programs she ran grew in both size and quality, and she served district and state organizations in various leadership capacities.

“I am pleased that two of our nation’s finest music educators have joined the faculty of the University of Southern Mississippi’s School of Music” said Dr. Richard Kravchak, Director of the School of Music. “They will play a key role for us as we continue to be the flagship music institution of Mississippi, the destination music school of the Southeast, and one of our country’s premiere training centers for the music teachers of the 21st Century.”

For more information, visit usm.edu/music

Ashley Allen
Melody Causby

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          The United City-States Of America, Mapped - An Experiment In Redividing The Country      Cache   Translate Page      

Authored by Nolan Gray via Medium.com,

From ancient Greece to Renaissance Italy to the Four Asian Tigers, city-states have always punched above their weight. They’ve driven culture forward, facilitated global commerce, and charged ahead of their nation-bound peers.

Indeed, cities  - and the metropolitan regions that orbit around them  -  make sense as a political and economic unit. The key services we depend on government to do, from building infrastructure to ensuring public safety, are mostly handled by cities. And contrary to earlier predictions, the forces of globalization and the rise of the information economy have only made cities more important as economic engines and innovation hubs. It’s no surprise, then, that cities — and their mayors — are increasingly finding their voices in a world previously dominated by nations and international entities.

Unfortunately, the way the United States is structured today undermines this trend by privileging states as the key political entity. State boundaries in these modern times are typically arbitrary and often no longer reflect any meaningful political, cultural, or economic reality. Some U.S. cities, both big and small, manage to straddle state borders (think Texarkana or Bristol) while others run right up to the state edge but sharply hug the border (think Cincinnati or St. Louis). And a number of states are inexplicably fragmented because their seat of government is very different from their most populous town (think New York City/Albany and Chicago/Springfield). This often results in excessive fragmentationunproductive competition, and a near total lack of regional land-use and transportation planning. We all suffer as a result.

Both to satisfy my own curiosity and set out a vision for what a city-oriented United States might look like, I decided to make a map that dispensed with the continental 48 states and instead divvied up the land into 100 city-states.

As a process-obsessed city planner, I started by listing the top 150 metropolitan statistical areas in the continental United States. This seemed like the natural base for any potential city-states as MSAs reflect economic integration. Next, I mixed in combined statistical areas, which factor together adjacent metro- and micropolitan areas. I cut the list to the top 100 units by population. (Congratulations to Lancaster, Pennsylvania — the smallest unit to make the cut!)

Then came the mapping. I used shapefiles provided by the Census to make “city-state cores” on a single map using GIS, a tool used for map making and spatial analysis. By using more data and selecting certain attributes, I assigned each county to a city-state core. To finish it up, I cleaned up awkward and nonsensical boundaries with some manual adjustment.

The final product was this map, and it led me to several takeaways:

The eastern United States is like medieval Europe.

As of 2010, the population center of the United States is somewhere in the middle of Missouri. It’s been moving westward, needless to say, but also south over time. This mostly jives with this map: The United States east of the Kansas-Missouri line is a dynamic hodgepodge of small, densely populated city-states. The economies and cultures of places like New York and Philadelphia, Charlotte and Greensboro, and Fort Wayne and South Bend will likely always be intimately intermingled. West of this line, excluding California and Texas, the United States is largely underpopulated, with cities like Denver, Omaha, and Boise playing an outsized role — economically and culturally — in their respective regions.

My home state of Kentucky is shattered.

Let’s face it: Kentucky is incoherent as a cultural-political entity. The Louisville metropolitan area and the northern Kentucky suburbs of Cincinnati are essentially southern reaches of the Rust Belt. The state’s east and southeast have more in common with West Virginia, including a shared Appalachian heritage. Western and southwestern Kentucky feel much more conventionally Southern. All of this is largely captured by how the state is divided up. Not accidentally, the only purely Kentucky city-state produced — Lexington — captures most of what Kentucky is best known for: University of Kentucky basketball, the first Kentucky Fried Chicken, most of the major bourbon distilleries, the Daniel Boone National Forest, and the state’s famous Bluegrass horse farm region.

Maine and Minnesota are basically already city-states.

Only two city-states capture the entirety of a current U.S. state: Portland, which captures Maine and parts of New Hampshire, and Minneapolis-St. Paul, which captures Minnesota and parts of Wisconsin, South Dakota, and three-quarters of North Dakota. Portland barely made the cut; in an actual fragmentation scenario, I could see most of Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine falling under a Boston city-state. Minneapolis-St. Paul, however, makes sense. Its influence sweeps across the northern Midwest, as evidenced in films like Fargo. Some western metro areas in New Mexico and Utah nearly made the cut, but their southern regions were nipped by El Paso and Las Vegas, respectively.

Some states would disappear entirely.

A handful of states in this new map are completely covered by the city-states of their former neighboring states. Delaware, Montana, New Hampshire, North Dakota, Rhode Island, South Dakota, and Vermont would all basically be gone. Delaware and Rhode Island both have great cities — Wilmington and Providence — but both would be unambiguously absorbed by their monolithic neighbors — Philadelphia and Boston, respectively. The upper Mountain West as well as New Hampshire and Vermont simply lack large cities.

City-states of tomorrow may boom at any time.

As states like Montana, North Dakota, and South Dakota continue to experience explosive population growth, they will inevitably give rise to their own great cities. For all we know, Billings, Fargo, and Sioux Falls could emerge as urban powerhouses in the 21st century, not unlike nearby Minneapolis, Denver, and Salt Lake City did in the 20th century.

An odd oversight in our federal system is that it’s basically impossible for states to split, join, or shift around their borders. Outside of a few weird cases — such as West Virginia — basically all new states have come from newly settled land. As new city-states emerge in places like the Mountain West, how would they be incorporated into this system? Would the arrangement be capped at 100 city-states? Alternatively, could states combine as their economies and development slowly blends, as could very well happen with small city-states like Lancaster, Toledo, and Fresno? It’s a fun thought experiment.

*  *  *

In a time when we aren’t often drawing up new borders for established countries like the U.S., it’s interesting to think “what if.” What might be the political implications of a system like this? At the outset, a system of city-states could help to achieve economies of scale in providing local services like libraries and parks, saving taxpayers money while improving service quality.

But they could also overcome some of the prisoner’s dilemma problems associated with policies like housing, schools, and subsidies. In our current system of municipal fragmentation, it’s easy for NIMBYs (“Not in My Back Yard” campaigns) to block the construction of new housing in prospering areas and keep low- and moderate-income students out of high-quality schools districts. A unified city-state could overcome some of these issues, taking the broader perspective and equitably distributing the burdens and benefits of growth.

A city-state restructuring could also have deep implications for national politics. One of the key takeaways of the 2016 presidential election is the mounting urban-rural political divide, with voters in cities and the countryside growing increasingly disconnected and antagonistic toward one another. (At the bottom of this piece is a map of how the city-states likely would have voted.) Insomuch as a city-state scenario would bundle Americans based on broadly similar economic, social, cultural backgrounds, it could encourage both sides to seriously contend with with the needs and preferences of their neighbors.

Of course, at this stage, it’s all speculation. How would you have drawn city-state boundaries differently? What do you think would be the political implications?


          USM School of Music Welcomes New Music Education Faculty      Cache   Translate Page      

The University of Southern Mississippi (USM) School of Music has a long and prestigious reputation for preparing some of the world’s finest music educators. With an eye toward the classroom of the future, the school is pleased to welcome Ashley Allen, Assistant Professor of Music Education (choral), and Melody Causby, Assistant Professor of Music Education (instrumental).

Allen joins the USM community from Central Michigan University, where she taught undergraduate and graduate courses in music education, observed student teachers, and served as coordinator for the Music Education Area and liaison to the College of Education.

She received her Doctorate in Philosophy from The University of Kansas and her Bachelors and Masters degrees in Music Education from The University of Oklahoma. Other pedagogical training includes Kodály training and certification in levels 1, 2, and 3 at The University of Oklahoma.

Prior to transitioning to higher education, Dr. Allen taught secondary choral and general music for grades 6-12 in public schools in central Oklahoma, and higher education courses in music education as a graduate assistant for The University of Oklahoma and The University of Kansas. She also served as an intern with the Norman Children’s Chorus and as an assistant director with the Kansas University Youth Chorus.

Causby is completing a Doctorate of Philosophy and completed her Masters of Music Education from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro with a cognate in Wind Band Conducting and Bachelors Degree from Campbell University. During her doctoral work at UNCG, Melody taught the Marching Band Techniques course, assisted in various Music Education courses, and supervised student teachers.

She is currently the Interim Director of Bands at Elon University, where she operates and conducts the Phoenix Winds Wind Ensemble, The Elon Basketball Band, and the Fire of the Carolinas Marching Band. Previously, Causby was a band director in NC Public schools for eleven years, during which time the programs she ran grew in both size and quality, and she served district and state organizations in various leadership capacities.

“I am pleased that two of our nation’s finest music educators have joined the faculty of the University of Southern Mississippi’s School of Music” said Dr. Richard Kravchak, Director of the School of Music. “They will play a key role for us as we continue to be the flagship music institution of Mississippi, the destination music school of the Southeast, and one of our country’s premiere training centers for the music teachers of the 21st Century.”

For more information, visit usm.edu/music

Ashley Allen
Melody Causby

          Softball Travels Across Town to Face North Carolina A&T      Cache   Translate Page      
UNC Greensboro makes its shortest road trip of the season to face North Carolina A&T Wednesday at 3 p.m.
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Ouida Norris Williams November 24, 1933 - March 10, 2019 Greensboro Ouida Norris Williams, 85, passed away on Sunday, March 10, 2019 at Moses...
          High School Baseball and Softball Tonight Scores for (3/12/19):Looking for the Finals and we have a few already rolling in here      Cache   Translate Page      
Here is what is happening so far, and it looks to be a very rugged start for the Southern Guilford Storm at Southwestern Randolph, in baseball….. Boys Varsity Baseball: The Southwestern Randolph High School Cougars lead the Southern Guilford High School Storm 10 to 0 at the end of the 1st inning… Final:Southwestern Randolph 12, ...Read the Rest...
          Guilford College Statement on Page High School Senior Sincere Davis      Cache   Translate Page      
Guilford College Statement on Page High School Senior Sincere Davis Guilford College head football coach Chris Rusiewicz: Guilford College and its football team are deeply saddened by the passing of Sincere Davis. Our thoughts and prayers are with his parents, his family, friends, and the Page High School community. Sincere quickly made a favorable impression ...Read the Rest...
          All News Outlets Reporting #26 from Page High School has passed away:RIP Sincere Davis      Cache   Translate Page      
Just got the news from Dennis White, who picked it up from WFMY News 2 on their News 2 AP that Sincere Davis, the running back from Page High School, who was shot in the head last week and lay in the hospital for over a week, Sincere Davis has passed away….. Also got the ...Read the Rest...
          Carolina Acceleration High School Baseball and Softball for Today(3/12/19)      Cache   Translate Page      
High School Baseball: Greensboro Day School(2-2) at Forsyth Country Day(1-1) 4pm Vandalia Christian School(0-1) at Gospel Light Christian(0-0) 4pm Cornerstone Charter School(0-2) at Clover Garden(0-1) 4pm Carolina Royals(0-4) at High Point Christian Academy(4-1) 4:30pm WS Parkland(2-1) at Southwest Guilford(2-2) 5pm High Point Andrews(0-2) at Wheatmore(0-3) 5pm Wesleyan Christian Academy(1-0) at Covenant Day(2-1) 5:30pm WS Reagan(2-1) ...Read the Rest...
          Go Fund Me page set up for Christian Martin from Southwest Guilford High School      Cache   Translate Page      
They have set up a Go Fund Me page for the young man who was injured in the basketball game last Saturday afternoon in Hickory….There is now a Go Fund Me page for Christian Martin, from Southwest Guilford High School, who suffered a concussion in the SWG-Cox Mill basketball game…. Martin has been under doctors’ ...Read the Rest...
          College Men’s Basketball News – Guilford’s Marcus Curry Named Second Team All-South      Cache   Translate Page      
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. – Guilford College senior Marcus Curry (Greensboro, N.C./Northern Guilford (Bridgewater (Va.))) was named to the D3hoops.com All-South Region Second Team Monday. A first-time winner of the honor, Curry becomes the first Quaker so honored since teammate Carson Long was a third-team All-South pick in 2017. Curry, a 6-5, 193-pound forward, led Guilford in ...Read the Rest...
          HPU Womens Golf in Fifth after Two Rounds at Jackrabbit Invitational      Cache   Translate Page      
BOULDER CITY, Nev. — The High Point University women’s golf team is in fifth after the first two rounds of the Jackrabbit Invitational at the Boulder Creek Golf Club (Par 72 – 6,322 yards) Monday (March 11) in Boulder City, Nev. The Panthers improved 14 strokes from the first round to the second, shooting 332 ...Read the Rest...
          Elon Tied for Sixth Through First Round of USF Invitational      Cache   Translate Page      
TAMPA, Fla. – The Elon University men’s golf team is tied for sixth through the first round of the University of South Florida Invitational, hosted March 11-12 at the Tampa Palms Golf and Country Club. The course is a par 72 and 7004 total yards. RESULTS After a 35-minute delayed start to the day due ...Read the Rest...
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          Kinston Drugstore Added To National Register Of Historic Places      Cache   Translate Page      
The protests we see today echo a movement that was felt in eastern North Carolina more than 50 years ago. This week on the Down East Journal, we examine the history of Standard Drug #2 in Kinston, a location recently added to the National Register of Historic Places. The property’s racially segregated lunch counter was the site of two sit-ins during the Civil Rights movement. The National Register of Historic Places added 18 sites to its North Carolina list in late April. This includes eastern North Carolina locations Everett’s Historic District in Martin County and the Brookwood Historic District in New Hanover County. A historic site in Lenoir County also made the list. Built in 1921, Standard Drug #2 was a pharmacy and a racially segregated lunch counter. It was also the site of two Civil Rights movement sit-ins in the early 1960s. The non-violent protest on February 1 st , 1960 in Greensboro at the Woolsworth lunch counter triggered other demonstrations in small towns across the
          03/13: In light of Gonzaga losing in the WCC title game, who will be the four 1 seeds on Selection Sunday?      Cache   Translate Page      
Saint Mary's stunned Gonzaga Tuesday night to win the WCC Tournament. Gary Parrish and Matt Norlander open on that, Gonzaga's standing on the 1 line and Saint Mary's run to, potentially a 12 seed. From there, Norlander makes a case for UNC Greensboro (16:00) and then the guys take a look and make their predictions as to who will be the four 1 seeds on Selection Sunday (20:00). There's some small-conference tourney chatter (26:00) before a discussion of the reported incoming vacancy at Texas A&M (36:30). Will Buzz Williams be the man to replace Billy Kennedy in College Station? 

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          Biggest Game of the Year for Notre Dame!      Cache   Translate Page      

Muffet's Fighting Irish, the top seed in the ACC Tournament, take on the Louisville Cardinals -- a team ranked just ahead of Notre Dame in the national rankings today in Greensboro.  The winner takes home the ACC crown and probably the coveted Chicago Region of next week's NCAA Tournament!

The game tips off at NOON ET today -- remember, we "sprung ahead" one hour with the clock's last night!

The game will be televised on ESPN2.

GO IRISH!

           Francis Alonso apurará sus opciones en EE.UU. antes de escuchar ofertas en España       Cache   Translate Page      
El escolta malagueño, que perdió ayer la final de conferencia con Greensboro, empezará en verano su etapa como jugador profesional
          Treefort Co-founder Megan Stoll      Cache   Translate Page      
The Treefort co-founder on the past, the present, and why you'll need three pairs of shoes Megan Stoll was born and raised in Hickory, North Carolina, home to some of the nation's most famous furniture manufacturers. It's a mecca for people from all over the world searching for the perfect hand-crafted chair. But don't expect Stoll to be looking for a chair anytime soon. As co-founder and marketing director of the wildly successful Treefort Music Fest, she has to be one of the busiest people in Idaho right now, with preparations for the festival's ninth iteration in full swing. True, Stoll went to the University of Greensboro (in North Carolina), graduated with a degree in textile design and marketing and worked in design and architectural firms in North Carolina, Virginia, Florida and Oklahoma. But when she moved to Boise in 2008 her professional life took a significant left-turn and, as a result, she helped reinvent the Boise music scene on the grandest scale to date. It's worth noting that when you moved to Boise in 2008... The economy was in the toilet. I went to every architectural firm in town with my happy smile and solid resume, but they told me they were barely keeping the staff they had while trying to keep the lights on. I went to a temp agency which got me a job at the Idaho Business Review. I helped them for a while but got laid off in 2011. I was like, "Whatever." So, I decided to take advantage of what Boise had to offer that summer: floating the river and seeing some concerts. That's when I first met Eric Gilbert, who was booking many of those shows. He said, "Wouldn't it be cool to start an amazing festival right here in Boise? Say, don't you do marketing?" But I answered, "Hey, right now I float the river professionally." But later, I thought I could dust off my marketing skills. A few months later, Eric approached me again and said, "Look. I'm working on this with a couple of friends [Lori Shandro Outen and Drew Lorona]. Do you want to be part of the team?" And I said, "Sounds great." And the very first Treefort was six months later. And now here we are, ready for the ninth Treefort, with no fewer than 441 bands or performers on the schedule. Additionally, you now have a total of nine ancillary "forts"— Alefort, Comedyfort, Filmfort, Foodfort, Hackfort, Kidfort, Skatefort, Storyfort and Yogafort. How…
          State Reentry Summit Held Today in Greensboro      Cache   Translate Page      
Today, many of the leaders in North Carolina's efforts to get people leaving prison on track to lead productive lives came together in Greensboro to learn, share information and develop new strategies during the 2019 North Carolina Reentry Summit.
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          Treefort Co-founder Megan Stoll      Cache   Translate Page      
The Treefort co-founder on the past, the present, and why you'll need three pairs of shoes Megan Stoll was born and raised in Hickory, North Carolina, home to some of the nation's most famous furniture manufacturers. It's a mecca for people from all over the world searching for the perfect hand-crafted chair. But don't expect Stoll to be looking for a chair anytime soon. As co-founder and marketing director of the wildly successful Treefort Music Fest, she has to be one of the busiest people in Idaho right now, with preparations for the festival's ninth iteration in full swing. True, Stoll went to the University of Greensboro (in North Carolina), graduated with a degree in textile design and marketing and worked in design and architectural firms in North Carolina, Virginia, Florida and Oklahoma. But when she moved to Boise in 2008 her professional life took a significant left-turn and, as a result, she helped reinvent the Boise music scene on the grandest scale to date. It's worth noting that when you moved to Boise in 2008... The economy was in the toilet. I went to every architectural firm in town with my happy smile and solid resume, but they told me they were barely keeping the staff they had while trying to keep the lights on. I went to a temp agency which got me a job at the Idaho Business Review. I helped them for a while but got laid off in 2011. I was like, "Whatever." So, I decided to take advantage of what Boise had to offer that summer: floating the river and seeing some concerts. That's when I first met Eric Gilbert, who was booking many of those shows. He said, "Wouldn't it be cool to start an amazing festival right here in Boise? Say, don't you do marketing?" But I answered, "Hey, right now I float the river professionally." But later, I thought I could dust off my marketing skills. A few months later, Eric approached me again and said, "Look. I'm working on this with a couple of friends [Lori Shandro Outen and Drew Lorona]. Do you want to be part of the team?" And I said, "Sounds great." And the very first Treefort was six months later. And now here we are, ready for the ninth Treefort, with no fewer than 441 bands or performers on the schedule. Additionally, you now have a total of nine ancillary "forts"— Alefort, Comedyfort, Filmfort, Foodfort, Hackfort, Kidfort, Skatefort, Storyfort and Yogafort. How…
          Introducing Cinderella: No. 20 Wofford completes perfect SoCon season      Cache   Translate Page      
Terriers lock up autobid they didn't need; Greensboro will have to wait
          $130,000 CAUSEY ST, GREENSBORO PRE-FORECLOSURES, GUILFORD - NC      Cache   Translate Page      
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          $87,000 PALM ST, GREENSBORO PRE-FORECLOSURES, GUILFORD - NC      Cache   Translate Page      
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          $130,000 BROOKWAY DR, GREENSBORO PRE-FORECLOSURES, GUILFORD - NC      Cache   Translate Page      
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          The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi to Install Chapter 352 at The...      Cache   Translate Page      

The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi will install its 352nd chapter at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, today, March 13.

(PRWeb March 13, 2019)

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          The Luckiest Team in the Country Needs a Little More      Cache   Translate Page      
U.N.C. Greensboro is the luckiest college men’s basketball team in the country, at least according to one metric. But it isn’t in the N.C.A.A. field just yet.
          Greensboro, NC hot wing contest to award $200      Cache   Translate Page      
Wingstop in Greensboro, NC will hold an Atomic Wing Challenge on March 16 awarding $200 to the winner.
           Court Report: Making the case for Belmont, Furman, Lipscomb and UNC Greensboro to make the 2019 NCAA Tournament       Cache   Translate Page      
Matt Norlander's look around college basketball also has insight on why the NCAA's NET ranking is so close to KenPom
          Greensboro police release image of vehicle likely involved in homicide of Carolyn Tiger      Cache   Translate Page      
GREENSBORO, N.C. — Police on Wednesday released an image of the  vehicle believed to be involved in the homicide of Carolyn Tiger, which happened while two children were in her car with her. Tiger was killed at approximately 4:35 p.m. on March 3 near the intersection of S. Elm-Eugene Street and Patton Avenue. Upon arrival, police located a vehicle that had crashed into the fence in the area of South Elm-Eugene and Concord streets. The victim was identified as Carolyn […]
          The first all-female spacewalk in history will feature women astronauts, flight directors, and mission controllers. NASA says it’s a coincidence. - Business Insider      Cache   Translate Page      
  1. The first all-female spacewalk in history will feature women astronauts, flight directors, and mission controllers. NASA says it’s a coincidence.  Business Insider
  2. The first all-female spacewalk in history will feature women astronauts, flight directors, and mission controllers. NASA says it's a coincidence.  Business Insider
  3. 5 Things You Didn't Know About Astronaut Christina Koch  NASA Johnson
  4. North Carolina woman to fly to International Space Station, selected for first all-female spacewalk  WGHP FOX 8 Greensboro
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          Insurer Has Duty To Defend Insured Against Suit Alleging Damages From Quarry Operation      Cache   Translate Page      
GREENSBORO, N.C. - An insurer has a duty to defend its insured because an underlying complaint filed against the insured includes allegations that are covered by the policy and that are not excluded by the policy's subsidence exclusion, a North Carolina federal judge said March 11 (National Quarry Services Inc. v. First Mercury Insurance Co. Inc., No. 17-997, M.D. N.C., 2019 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 38113).
          Tanger Outlet Centers Schedules First Quarter 2019 Earnings Release and Conference Call      Cache   Translate Page      
GREENSBORO, N.C., March 13, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Tanger Factory Outlet Centers, Inc. (NYSE: SKT) announced today that its financial results for the quarter will be released Monday, May 6, 2019 after the market close. The Company will host its conference call for analysts, investors and other interested parties on Tuesday, May 7, 2019 at 8:30 a.m. Eastern Time.
          Local teens take part in Rotary speech contest      Cache   Translate Page      
GREENSBORO — Evan Barnard and Ashley Hunsucker, two North Surry students, recently participated in the Rotary District 7690 Four Way Test Speech Contest. According to guidelines, this is a way for students in grades 9-12 [...]
          Carroll moving forward on $200M Wilmington project      Cache   Translate Page      
Almost 20 months after telling Triad Business Journal there was “no backing up” on his $200 million Wilmington project, developer Roy Carroll is poised to finally move forward. The Greensboro-based developer’s company, The Carroll Cos., on Wednesday filed site plans with the city of Wilmington for the 44-acre project on Military Cutoff Road, according to the Greater Wilmington Business Journal. The publication says the plans, completed by Paramounte Engineering of Wilmington, are in line with…

          McINTOSH, Phillip      Cache   Translate Page      
McINTOSH, Phillip Allen "Phil" Age 58, of Greensboro, GA, passed away March 8, 2019. Services March 16, 12:00 PM at McCommons Chapel. McCommons...


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