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State wins gold shovel with the help of Greensboro Chamber

The state of North Carolina received the Gold Shovel award from Area Development Magazine, in part because of the efforts of the Greensboro Chamber of Commerce to expand the United Parcel Service. In late 2020, the Greensboro Chamber and other partners announced a UPS expansion that will create over 140 new jobs at the company’s […]

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State wins gold shovel with the help of Greensboro Chamber

The state of North Carolina received the Gold Shovel award from Area Development Magazine, in part because of the efforts of the Greensboro Chamber of Commerce to expand the United Parcel Service.

In late 2020, the Greensboro Chamber and other partners announced a UPS expansion that will create over 140 new jobs at the company’s existing Greensboro facility.

In addition, 451 jobs will be created in a new package center in Alamance County.

Gold Shovel Awards are given to government and local economic development efforts that have generated significant capital investments and created new jobs.

On Thursday June 10th, Greensboro Chamber’s vice president of economic development, Marvin Price, stated in a press release that this should help raise awareness of the city, county and state.

“We’re excited to have North Carolina recognized for our commitment to job creation and economic development,” said Price. “By encouraging companies like UPS to invest in our region, we not only secure jobs for today, but also expand economic opportunities for the years to come.”

The UPS expansion project, which earned the state the Gold Shovel award, is expected to add $ 38.5 million to total annual wages in the region. The salaries for these jobs average $ 65,147 per year.

UPS currently has nearly 2,500 employees in the state. Over the next 12 years, the company’s North Carolina expansion is expected to add approximately $ 1.4 billion to the state’s economy.

North Carolina received a Gold Shovel Award in the 8 to 12 million population category.

Partners in this process included Guilford County, Alamance County, the NC Department of Commerce, the Economic Development Partnership of NC., The NC General Assembly, the NC Community College System, the cities of Greensboro, Graham and Mebane, and B. the Alamance Chamber, High Point Economic Development Corporation, Guilford Community College, the County Workforce Development Board, and Duke Energy.

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“We’re excited to have North Carolina recognized for our commitment to job creation and economic development,” said Price. “By encouraging companies like UPS to invest in our region, we not only secure jobs for today, but also expand economic opportunities for the years to come.”

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The post State wins gold shovel with the help of Greensboro Chamber first appeared on North Carolina Chronicle.

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Whitney Oakley, the district’s chief of staff, said ACES will be offered in fewer schools this year and will focus on the larger, best-visited locations that are the most economically viable to operate. Support local journalism Your subscription enables our reporting. {{featured_button_text}} She said more registration sites may become available over the summer and school […]

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Support local journalism

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She said more registration sites may become available over the summer and school year if it looks like enough parents are interested.

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Contreras also suggests increasing the full-time care fee from $ 8 to $ 20 during teacher working days. She also recommends that the district remove a $ 50 security deposit that parents were asked to leave.

Contreras would expect to use the money from the fee increase to ensure that all ACES employees are receiving at least $ 15 an hour.

The Guilford County Association of Educators, a group that in some ways resembles a union, requires that all county employees receive at least $ 15 an hour.

Contreras and school board members discussed possible avenues that could be accomplished for other district employees. Among other things, increases in funds for the district by the district commissioners and state legislators were discussed.

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Support local journalism

Your subscription enables our reporting.

{{featured_button_text}}

She said more registration sites may become available over the summer and school year if it looks like enough parents are interested.

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Contreras would expect to use the money from the fee increase to ensure that all ACES employees are receiving at least $ 15 an hour.

The Guilford County Association of Educators, a group that in some ways resembles a union, requires that all county employees receive at least $ 15 an hour.

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Another option: using federal COVID-19 aid dollars. However, this money will be used up at some point.

The post Guilford ACES Afterschool Program Will Return but Could Cost More | education first appeared on North Carolina Chronicle.

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CHARLOTTE ELEANOR BARNARD |  News, sports, jobs

Charlotte Eleanor Barnard, 96 years old, died on June 4th at Sally’s Care Home in Alpena with her family. Charlotte was born on June 16, 1924 in Wyandotte, Michigan. She was the second child of the late George C. and Bertha (Priem) Reichow. She graduated from Theodore Roosevelt High School in Wyandotte, Michigan in 1942 […]

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CHARLOTTE ELEANOR BARNARD |  News, sports, jobs

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She leaves behind her children Janice (Robert) VanCleave from Alpena, Don (Theresa) Barnard from Alpena, Terry (Rosemary) Barnard from Brownstown, Michigan, and Jim (Cathy) Barnard from Orange City, Florida. She also leaves seven grandchildren: Donny (Angela), Robert (Michele), Michael (Karen), Bethany (Brian), Terry, Ron and Jeff, 15 great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandson.

The family will be welcomed to visit friends at the McWilliams Funeral Home on Saturday. June 19, 2021, from 1:00 p.m. to the time of the funeral service at 2:00 p.m. The service will be broadcast live on the funeral home website mcwilliamsfh.com, where condolences can also be expressed online. In lieu of flowers, please consider donating to the McLaren Hospice or the Hospice of Michigan.

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CHARLOTTE ELEANOR BARNARD |  News, sports, jobs

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She leaves behind her children Janice (Robert) VanCleave from Alpena, Don (Theresa) Barnard from Alpena, Terry (Rosemary) Barnard from Brownstown, Michigan, and Jim (Cathy) Barnard from Orange City, Florida. She also leaves seven grandchildren: Donny (Angela), Robert (Michele), Michael (Karen), Bethany (Brian), Terry, Ron and Jeff, 15 great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandson.

The family will be welcomed to visit friends at the McWilliams Funeral Home on Saturday. June 19, 2021, from 1:00 p.m. to the time of the funeral service at 2:00 p.m. The service will be broadcast live on the funeral home website mcwilliamsfh.com, where condolences can also be expressed online. In lieu of flowers, please consider donating to the McLaren Hospice or the Hospice of Michigan.

The post CHARLOTTE ELEANOR BARNARD | Information, sports activities, jobs first appeared on North Carolina Chronicle.

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Like Raleigh and Durham, many cities in the US are looking for their next police chief

RALEIGH, NC (WNCN) – The past year has been a complete life change for many. In the midst of the pandemic and protests, cities in the US are also experiencing a change in leadership in the police force. “Almost half of the chiefs of police in the country’s major cities have changed in the last […]

The post Like Raleigh and Durham, many cities in the US are looking for their next police chief first appeared on North Carolina Chronicle.

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Like Raleigh and Durham, many cities in the US are looking for their next police chief

RALEIGH, NC (WNCN) – The past year has been a complete life change for many.

In the midst of the pandemic and protests, cities in the US are also experiencing a change in leadership in the police force.

“Almost half of the chiefs of police in the country’s major cities have changed in the last year,” said Chuck Wexler. He is the managing director of the Police Research Forum. Washington, DC-based nonprofit Wexler called it a police think tank.

“Normal sales are around 25 percent, but let’s look at that – last year after the George Floyd incident called for police reform, being a police chief has never been so difficult,” said Wexler.

He said the nonprofit helped cities like Louisville, Kentucky and Lincoln, Nebraska find their new bosses. Now he said it was their job to help the U.S. Capitol Police find their best cop.

“Any police chief in this country is one bad incident away from losing his job,” said Wexler.

Back in October, the Wall Street Journal compiled a list of around 16 cities whose police chiefs left in 2020.

It’s not just bigger cities. The North Carolina Association of Chiefs of Police has numerous police chief positions on its website, including the Town of Apex.

“You know, it all depends on what a city is looking for. When all goes well for a city, the tendency is to stay inside, ”said Wexler.

“But today the expectations of police chiefs are above the charts. How do you think about police work? “

Wexler also said that not only is fluctuation among police chiefs high, but the number of officers who are resigning early or retiring is increasing.

The post Like Raleigh and Durham, many cities in the US are looking for their next police chief first appeared on North Carolina Chronicle.

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Like Raleigh and Durham, many cities in the US are looking for their next police chief

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The post Like Raleigh and Durham, many cities in the US are looking for their next police chief first appeared on North Carolina Chronicle.

" ["atom_content"]=> string(2990) "
Like Raleigh and Durham, many cities in the US are looking for their next police chief

RALEIGH, NC (WNCN) – The past year has been a complete life change for many.

In the midst of the pandemic and protests, cities in the US are also experiencing a change in leadership in the police force.

“Almost half of the chiefs of police in the country’s major cities have changed in the last year,” said Chuck Wexler. He is the managing director of the Police Research Forum. Washington, DC-based nonprofit Wexler called it a police think tank.

“Normal sales are around 25 percent, but let’s look at that – last year after the George Floyd incident called for police reform, being a police chief has never been so difficult,” said Wexler.

He said the nonprofit helped cities like Louisville, Kentucky and Lincoln, Nebraska find their new bosses. Now he said it was their job to help the U.S. Capitol Police find their best cop.

“Any police chief in this country is one bad incident away from losing his job,” said Wexler.

Back in October, the Wall Street Journal compiled a list of around 16 cities whose police chiefs left in 2020.

It’s not just bigger cities. The North Carolina Association of Chiefs of Police has numerous police chief positions on its website, including the Town of Apex.

“You know, it all depends on what a city is looking for. When all goes well for a city, the tendency is to stay inside, ”said Wexler.

“But today the expectations of police chiefs are above the charts. How do you think about police work? “

Wexler also said that not only is fluctuation among police chiefs high, but the number of officers who are resigning early or retiring is increasing.

The post Like Raleigh and Durham, many cities in the US are looking for their next police chief first appeared on North Carolina Chronicle.

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Border Patrol Arrests Over 100 in a Stash House

The evenings’s note-worthy report.  In a joint law enforcement effort, Laredo Sector Border Patrol, Homeland Security Investigations (HSI), and Laredo Police Department (LPD) worked together to shut down an alleged stash house that contained a large group of individuals being guarded by smugglers in south Laredo. The incident occurred during the morning of June 10 […]

The post Border Patrol Arrests Over 100 in a Stash House first appeared on North Carolina Chronicle.

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Border Patrol Arrests Over 100 in a Stash House

The evenings’s note-worthy report.

 In a joint law enforcement effort, Laredo Sector Border Patrol, Homeland Security Investigations (HSI), and Laredo Police Department (LPD) worked together to shut down an alleged stash house that contained a large group of individuals being guarded by smugglers in south Laredo.

The incident occurred during the morning of June 10 when over 100 undocumented individuals were found inside the alleged stash house.  The individuals were identified as nationals of Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Ecuador, and Nicaragua.

All the undocumented individuals were taken into custody for further investigation.  None of the individuals were wearing any personal protective equipment (PPE) and all were medically screened.

The smuggling and housing of large groups of individuals in stash houses has not been deterred by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.  Stash house incidents such as this pose a threat not only to the people exploited by human smuggling but also to the people and safety of our Nation.

Take a stand against these criminal organizations and other potentially dangerous acts by reporting suspicious activity in our neighborhoods

Comparing Pandora and Eve

Follow us on Telegram!

The post Border Patrol Arrests Over 100 in a Stash House first appeared on North Carolina Chronicle.

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Border Patrol Arrests Over 100 in a Stash House

The evenings’s note-worthy report.  In a joint law enforcement effort, Laredo Sector Border Patrol, Homeland Security Investigations (HSI), and Laredo Police Department (LPD) worked together to shut down an alleged stash house that contained a large group of individuals being guarded by smugglers in south Laredo. The incident occurred during the morning of June 10 […]

The post Border Patrol Arrests Over 100 in a Stash House first appeared on North Carolina Chronicle.

" ["atom_content"]=> string(2423) "
Border Patrol Arrests Over 100 in a Stash House

The evenings’s note-worthy report.

 In a joint law enforcement effort, Laredo Sector Border Patrol, Homeland Security Investigations (HSI), and Laredo Police Department (LPD) worked together to shut down an alleged stash house that contained a large group of individuals being guarded by smugglers in south Laredo.

The incident occurred during the morning of June 10 when over 100 undocumented individuals were found inside the alleged stash house.  The individuals were identified as nationals of Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Ecuador, and Nicaragua.

All the undocumented individuals were taken into custody for further investigation.  None of the individuals were wearing any personal protective equipment (PPE) and all were medically screened.

The smuggling and housing of large groups of individuals in stash houses has not been deterred by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.  Stash house incidents such as this pose a threat not only to the people exploited by human smuggling but also to the people and safety of our Nation.

Take a stand against these criminal organizations and other potentially dangerous acts by reporting suspicious activity in our neighborhoods

Comparing Pandora and Eve

Follow us on Telegram!

The post Border Patrol Arrests Over 100 in a Stash House first appeared on North Carolina Chronicle.

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StreetInsider.com

PASADENA, Calif., June 11, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Alexandria Real Estate Equities, Inc. (NYSE: ARE), a municipal office REIT and the first, longest-serving, pioneering owner, operator, and developer to clearly focus on The collaborative life focuses science, agtech and technology campuses at AAA innovation cluster locations announced today that the company has received the […]

The post Alexandria Real Estate Equities, Inc. receives fourth in a row and sixth overall Nareit Gold Investor CARE Award for Outstanding Achievement in Communication and Reporting first appeared on North Carolina Chronicle.

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StreetInsider.com

PASADENA, Calif., June 11, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Alexandria Real Estate Equities, Inc. (NYSE: ARE), a municipal office REIT and the first, longest-serving, pioneering owner, operator, and developer to clearly focus on The collaborative life focuses science, agtech and technology campuses at AAA innovation cluster locations announced today that the company has received the Nareit Gold Investor CARE Award 2021 in the Large Cap Equity REIT category for excellent shareholder communication and reporting. This prestigious award – the company’s fourth consecutive Gold Investor CARE Award and its sixth award since 2015 – demonstrates Alexandria’s world-class transparency, quality and efficiency of communication and reporting to the investment community.

With its annual awards program, Nareit, the global voice for REITs and listed real estate companies, honors exceptional companies that interact most effectively with their investors online, in writing and orally, and provide these investors with the most comprehensive, clear and useful information in the most efficient way. Alexandria was selected by an independent jury composed of REIT analysts, portfolio managers and academics.

“We are very proud to have again received this important recognition from Nareit, which reflects our world-class reporting practices and our consistent delivery of high quality, comprehensive and efficient disclosures,” said Dean A. Shigenaga, President and Chief Financial Officer of Alexandria Real Estate Equities. Inc. “Our performance as a six-time Gold Investor CARE Award winner is directly traced back to the operational excellence of our world-class team, who maintain the highest levels of transparency, integrity and accountability. Based on sound corporate governance and guided by our mission, human health To promote, we strive to continuously implement and innovate in order to catalyze life-changing innovations and drive positive change for the good of society. “

Companies were rated on the strength of their online presence, including ease of site navigation and information availability; Disclosure and transparency regarding SEC filings, which are primarily focused on ancillary filings; and investor relations practices, including the quality of retained earnings and management accessibility.

About Alexandria Real Estate Equities, Inc.

Alexandria Real Estate Equities, Inc. (NYSE: ARE), an S&P 500® Urban Office REIT, is the first, longest-standing, and pioneering owner, operator, and developer with a unique focus on collaborative life science, agtech, and technology Campus in the AAA Innovation Cluster with a total market capitalization of $ 32.5 billion as of March 31, 2021 and an asset base in North America of SF 52.6 million. The asset base in North America comprises 33.9 million RSF in corporate real estate and 4.0 million RSF in class A properties under construction, 7.3 million RSF in short and medium-term development and refurbishment projects and 7.4 million RSF. SF on future development projects. Alexandria was founded in 1994 and has pioneered this niche and has since built a significant market presence in key locations including Greater Boston, San Francisco Bay Area, New York City, San Diego, Seattle, Maryland and Research Triangle. Alexandria has a long and proven track record of developing Class A properties, bundled into urban life science, agtech and technology campuses that provide our innovative tenants with highly dynamic and collaborative environments that enhance their ability to Successfully recruiting and retaining world-class talent and increasing productivity, efficiency, creativity and success. Alexandria also provides strategic capital to transformative life science, agtech and technology companies through our venture capital platform. We believe our unique business model and meticulous underwriting ensure a high quality and diverse tenant base that translates into higher occupancy rates, longer rental terms, higher rental income, higher returns and higher long-term investment value. For more information on Alexandria, please visit www.are.com.

Forward-Looking Statements

This press release contains “forward-looking statements” within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended, and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended. Such forward-looking statements include, without limitation, statements about the impact of the company’s communication and reporting practices on its performance. These forward-looking statements are based on the company’s current intentions, beliefs, or expectations, but forward-looking statements are not guaranteed and will not occur. Actual results could differ materially from those contained or implied in the company’s forward-looking statements due to a variety of factors including, but not limited to the risks and uncertainties disclosed in filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission . All forward-looking statements speak as of the date of this press release and the company assumes no obligation to update this information. For more information about risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ materially from those anticipated in the company’s forward-looking statements, as well as risks and uncertainties affecting the company’s business in general, please refer to the company’s filings with the Securities and Markets Exchange Commission, including the most recent annual report on Form 10-K and any subsequent quarterly reports on Form 10-Q.

CONTACT: Sara Kabakoff, Vice President – Communications, (626) 788-5578, skabakoff@are.com

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PASADENA, Calif., June 11, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Alexandria Real Estate Equities, Inc. (NYSE: ARE), a municipal office REIT and the first, longest-serving, pioneering owner, operator, and developer to clearly focus on The collaborative life focuses science, agtech and technology campuses at AAA innovation cluster locations announced today that the company has received the […]

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PASADENA, Calif., June 11, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Alexandria Real Estate Equities, Inc. (NYSE: ARE), a municipal office REIT and the first, longest-serving, pioneering owner, operator, and developer to clearly focus on The collaborative life focuses science, agtech and technology campuses at AAA innovation cluster locations announced today that the company has received the Nareit Gold Investor CARE Award 2021 in the Large Cap Equity REIT category for excellent shareholder communication and reporting. This prestigious award – the company’s fourth consecutive Gold Investor CARE Award and its sixth award since 2015 – demonstrates Alexandria’s world-class transparency, quality and efficiency of communication and reporting to the investment community.

With its annual awards program, Nareit, the global voice for REITs and listed real estate companies, honors exceptional companies that interact most effectively with their investors online, in writing and orally, and provide these investors with the most comprehensive, clear and useful information in the most efficient way. Alexandria was selected by an independent jury composed of REIT analysts, portfolio managers and academics.

“We are very proud to have again received this important recognition from Nareit, which reflects our world-class reporting practices and our consistent delivery of high quality, comprehensive and efficient disclosures,” said Dean A. Shigenaga, President and Chief Financial Officer of Alexandria Real Estate Equities. Inc. “Our performance as a six-time Gold Investor CARE Award winner is directly traced back to the operational excellence of our world-class team, who maintain the highest levels of transparency, integrity and accountability. Based on sound corporate governance and guided by our mission, human health To promote, we strive to continuously implement and innovate in order to catalyze life-changing innovations and drive positive change for the good of society. “

Companies were rated on the strength of their online presence, including ease of site navigation and information availability; Disclosure and transparency regarding SEC filings, which are primarily focused on ancillary filings; and investor relations practices, including the quality of retained earnings and management accessibility.

About Alexandria Real Estate Equities, Inc.

Alexandria Real Estate Equities, Inc. (NYSE: ARE), an S&P 500® Urban Office REIT, is the first, longest-standing, and pioneering owner, operator, and developer with a unique focus on collaborative life science, agtech, and technology Campus in the AAA Innovation Cluster with a total market capitalization of $ 32.5 billion as of March 31, 2021 and an asset base in North America of SF 52.6 million. The asset base in North America comprises 33.9 million RSF in corporate real estate and 4.0 million RSF in class A properties under construction, 7.3 million RSF in short and medium-term development and refurbishment projects and 7.4 million RSF. SF on future development projects. Alexandria was founded in 1994 and has pioneered this niche and has since built a significant market presence in key locations including Greater Boston, San Francisco Bay Area, New York City, San Diego, Seattle, Maryland and Research Triangle. Alexandria has a long and proven track record of developing Class A properties, bundled into urban life science, agtech and technology campuses that provide our innovative tenants with highly dynamic and collaborative environments that enhance their ability to Successfully recruiting and retaining world-class talent and increasing productivity, efficiency, creativity and success. Alexandria also provides strategic capital to transformative life science, agtech and technology companies through our venture capital platform. We believe our unique business model and meticulous underwriting ensure a high quality and diverse tenant base that translates into higher occupancy rates, longer rental terms, higher rental income, higher returns and higher long-term investment value. For more information on Alexandria, please visit www.are.com.

Forward-Looking Statements

This press release contains “forward-looking statements” within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended, and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended. Such forward-looking statements include, without limitation, statements about the impact of the company’s communication and reporting practices on its performance. These forward-looking statements are based on the company’s current intentions, beliefs, or expectations, but forward-looking statements are not guaranteed and will not occur. Actual results could differ materially from those contained or implied in the company’s forward-looking statements due to a variety of factors including, but not limited to the risks and uncertainties disclosed in filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission . All forward-looking statements speak as of the date of this press release and the company assumes no obligation to update this information. For more information about risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ materially from those anticipated in the company’s forward-looking statements, as well as risks and uncertainties affecting the company’s business in general, please refer to the company’s filings with the Securities and Markets Exchange Commission, including the most recent annual report on Form 10-K and any subsequent quarterly reports on Form 10-Q.

CONTACT: Sara Kabakoff, Vice President – Communications, (626) 788-5578, skabakoff@are.com

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She said Felder did not reach out to activists who were working to bring down the statue. Felder admitted that she had failed to reach Hate Out from Winston. “I am impressed with the hard and important work that Hate Out of Winston is doing in the community,” said Felder. “I wish I had contacted […]

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She said Felder did not reach out to activists who were working to bring down the statue.

Felder admitted that she had failed to reach Hate Out from Winston.

“I am impressed with the hard and important work that Hate Out of Winston is doing in the community,” said Felder. “I wish I had contacted her to discuss the piece. I try to educate myself and to put myself in the service of justice, peace, equality and justice. I want to know what I can do to get the hatred out of Winston. “

However, she said she reached out to faith leaders, Black Lives Matter, and various black artists and cultural arts organizations, including Triad Cultural Arts and Delta Arts Center, to learn what she was doing with the play.

“To develop the dialogue, I interviewed both liberals and conservatives, both blacks and whites,” said Felder.

Lillian Vavatsky, also from Hate Out of Winston, said she did not see the piece but saw its summary / layout and wants to know why the local art community is funding and promoting it.

“Who controls art in our city?” Said Wavatsky. “If you look at the board of directors of the Arts Council, it’s primarily real estate and corporate interests that control our art. Why are they interested in telling us to just get along and ignore the deeper problems in our city? “

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Activist groups in Winston-Salem reject the play “Our Time: A Conversation in Black and White” |  Local news

She said Felder did not reach out to activists who were working to bring down the statue. Felder admitted that she had failed to reach Hate Out from Winston. “I am impressed with the hard and important work that Hate Out of Winston is doing in the community,” said Felder. “I wish I had contacted […]

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Activist groups in Winston-Salem reject the play “Our Time: A Conversation in Black and White” |  Local news

She said Felder did not reach out to activists who were working to bring down the statue.

Felder admitted that she had failed to reach Hate Out from Winston.

“I am impressed with the hard and important work that Hate Out of Winston is doing in the community,” said Felder. “I wish I had contacted her to discuss the piece. I try to educate myself and to put myself in the service of justice, peace, equality and justice. I want to know what I can do to get the hatred out of Winston. “

However, she said she reached out to faith leaders, Black Lives Matter, and various black artists and cultural arts organizations, including Triad Cultural Arts and Delta Arts Center, to learn what she was doing with the play.

“To develop the dialogue, I interviewed both liberals and conservatives, both blacks and whites,” said Felder.

Lillian Vavatsky, also from Hate Out of Winston, said she did not see the piece but saw its summary / layout and wants to know why the local art community is funding and promoting it.

“Who controls art in our city?” Said Wavatsky. “If you look at the board of directors of the Arts Council, it’s primarily real estate and corporate interests that control our art. Why are they interested in telling us to just get along and ignore the deeper problems in our city? “

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7 things to do this weekend of June 11th |  Local

Local nonprofit Mental Health Greensboro is hosting a Stomp the Stigma drive-in concert in the parking lot of Greensboro Coliseum on Saturday. Country musicians Russ Varnell and His Too Country Band as well as Michael Cosner and The Fugitives will perform at the family-friendly concert at 7 p.m. “Stomp the Stigma,” held in the second […]

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Local nonprofit Mental Health Greensboro is hosting a Stomp the Stigma drive-in concert in the parking lot of Greensboro Coliseum on Saturday.

Country musicians Russ Varnell and His Too Country Band as well as Michael Cosner and The Fugitives will perform at the family-friendly concert at 7 p.m.

“Stomp the Stigma,” held in the second year, aims to raise awareness of mental illness and end the stigma. Ticket purchases are used to fund Greensboro’s free mental health services

Concert-goers can either retract their car and tailgate to their assigned two seats ($ 50 per car, up to four adults) or buy a general admission ticket for $ 12 and bring a garden chair to enjoy the concert. Children under 16 are free.

Concert-goers receive a free “Stomp the Stigma” neck gaiter. Tickets are available on the Mental Health Greensboro website, www.mhag.org, and from Ticketmaster.com.

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7 things to do this weekend of June 11th |  Local

Local nonprofit Mental Health Greensboro is hosting a Stomp the Stigma drive-in concert in the parking lot of Greensboro Coliseum on Saturday. Country musicians Russ Varnell and His Too Country Band as well as Michael Cosner and The Fugitives will perform at the family-friendly concert at 7 p.m. “Stomp the Stigma,” held in the second […]

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7 things to do this weekend of June 11th |  Local

Local nonprofit Mental Health Greensboro is hosting a Stomp the Stigma drive-in concert in the parking lot of Greensboro Coliseum on Saturday.

Country musicians Russ Varnell and His Too Country Band as well as Michael Cosner and The Fugitives will perform at the family-friendly concert at 7 p.m.

“Stomp the Stigma,” held in the second year, aims to raise awareness of mental illness and end the stigma. Ticket purchases are used to fund Greensboro’s free mental health services

Concert-goers can either retract their car and tailgate to their assigned two seats ($ 50 per car, up to four adults) or buy a general admission ticket for $ 12 and bring a garden chair to enjoy the concert. Children under 16 are free.

Concert-goers receive a free “Stomp the Stigma” neck gaiter. Tickets are available on the Mental Health Greensboro website, www.mhag.org, and from Ticketmaster.com.

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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1623474598) } [8]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(154) "5 More COVID-19 Cases Reported At Guilford County Nursing Dwelling; Outbreaks in three other facilities declared ended by state health officials | Local" ["link"]=> string(182) "https://nocarolinachronicle.com/5-more-covid-19-cases-reported-at-guilford-county-nursing-dwelling-outbreaks-in-three-other-facilities-declared-ended-by-state-health-officials-local/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(10) "Bill Moran" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Sat, 12 Jun 2021 01:08:31 +0000" ["category"]=> string(10) "Greensboro" ["guid"]=> string(39) "https://nocarolinachronicle.com/?p=8200" ["description"]=> string(1777) "
5 More COVID-19 Cases Reported At Guilford County Nursing Home;  Outbreaks in three other facilities declared ended by state health officials |  Local

GREENSBORO – Five more cases of COVID-19 at a McLeansville nursing home were included in a condition report released earlier this week. Iulia Vann, director of the Guilford County Department of Health, explains how her new bus will help bring vaccines to people. The cases are part of an outbreak reported to Ashton Health and […]

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GREENSBORO – Five more cases of COVID-19 at a McLeansville nursing home were included in a condition report released earlier this week.

Iulia Vann, director of the Guilford County Department of Health, explains how her new bus will help bring vaccines to people.

The cases are part of an outbreak reported to Ashton Health and Rehabilitation, 5533 Burlington Road. The additional cases, which involved four residents and one employee, are included in the NC Department of Health and Rehabilitation Department’s report on Tuesday.

The outbreak affects a total of six residents and four employees. Due to delays between reporting cases at the local level and timing data in state reports, these numbers may reflect cases where the patient has since recovered.

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A spokeswoman for SanStone Health & Rehabilitation, which Ashton is a part of, did not respond to an email and phone message requesting comment.

Outbreaks at three other Guilford County facilities have been declared over, according to Tuesday’s report.

These outbreaks were:

Meridian Center, 707 N. Elm. St., High Point, (207 cases total, 23 deaths).

Shannon Gray Rehabilitation & Recovery Center, 2005 Shannon Gray Court, Jamestown, (four cases in total, no deaths).

Brookdale Northwest, 5801 Old Oak Ridge Road, Greensboro, (four cases total, no deaths).

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5 More COVID-19 Cases Reported At Guilford County Nursing Home;  Outbreaks in three other facilities declared ended by state health officials |  Local

GREENSBORO – Five more cases of COVID-19 at a McLeansville nursing home were included in a condition report released earlier this week. Iulia Vann, director of the Guilford County Department of Health, explains how her new bus will help bring vaccines to people. The cases are part of an outbreak reported to Ashton Health and […]

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5 More COVID-19 Cases Reported At Guilford County Nursing Home;  Outbreaks in three other facilities declared ended by state health officials |  Local

GREENSBORO – Five more cases of COVID-19 at a McLeansville nursing home were included in a condition report released earlier this week.

Iulia Vann, director of the Guilford County Department of Health, explains how her new bus will help bring vaccines to people.

The cases are part of an outbreak reported to Ashton Health and Rehabilitation, 5533 Burlington Road. The additional cases, which involved four residents and one employee, are included in the NC Department of Health and Rehabilitation Department’s report on Tuesday.

The outbreak affects a total of six residents and four employees. Due to delays between reporting cases at the local level and timing data in state reports, these numbers may reflect cases where the patient has since recovered.

Support local journalism

Your subscription enables our reporting.

{{featured_button_text}}

A spokeswoman for SanStone Health & Rehabilitation, which Ashton is a part of, did not respond to an email and phone message requesting comment.

Outbreaks at three other Guilford County facilities have been declared over, according to Tuesday’s report.

These outbreaks were:

Meridian Center, 707 N. Elm. St., High Point, (207 cases total, 23 deaths).

Shannon Gray Rehabilitation & Recovery Center, 2005 Shannon Gray Court, Jamestown, (four cases in total, no deaths).

Brookdale Northwest, 5801 Old Oak Ridge Road, Greensboro, (four cases total, no deaths).

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Raleigh Police Chief finalist called officer holding gun to man's head "sensible"

One of the three candidates to be Raleigh’s next police chief said four years ago that she had no problem with a police officer seen in a video holding a gun to a man’s head. Show transcript 1:00 PM NEAR THE WHITEWATER COMMUNITY TRAILHEAD. IF YOU HAVE INFORMATION CALL THE KNIGHTDALE POLICE. >>> WRAL NEWS […]

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Raleigh Police Chief finalist called officer holding gun to man's head "sensible"

One of the three candidates to be Raleigh’s next police chief said four years ago that she had no problem with a police officer seen in a video holding a gun to a man’s head.

Show transcript

1:00 PM NEAR THE WHITEWATER COMMUNITY TRAILHEAD. IF YOU HAVE INFORMATION CALL THE KNIGHTDALE POLICE. >>> WRAL NEWS LOOKS INTO THE BACKGROUND OF THE THREE FINALISTS FOR THE CITY OF RALEIGH POLICE CHIEF. WHEN WE CROSSED FROM CHARLOTTE TO ESTELLA PATTERSON, we learned about an incident that happened in 2017 that might look different today. HEAR MORE ABOUT THIS STORY FROM KEELY ARTHUR. >> Reporter: ESTELLA PATTERSON IS ONE OF THREE FINALISTS. THEY ALL SPEAKED IN THE TOWN HALL YESTERDAY. PATTERSON FAUST TO MAKE RALEIGH AMERICAS SAFE CITY. AN OLD REPORT SHOWS SHE DEFENDING THE ACTIONS OF AN OFFICER WHO POINT A WEAPON AT THE HEAD OF AN UNARMED MAN. BODYCAM OR SHOW THE 2017 ARREST. IN THE VIDEO YOU HEAR AN OFFICER IDENTIFIED AS JOHN DUNHAM THREATENING THE SUSPECT. INVESTIGATION REPORTER ASK ESTELLA PATTERSON WHO WAS HEAD OF INTERNAL AFFAIRS ABOUT THE VIDEO. But when you look at the entirety of the circumstances, you had to realize that it was sensible in this situation. >> Reporter: ICE REACHED PATTERSON, THE MAYOR AND COUNCIL MEMBER FOR A COMMENT. NO ONE ANSWERED. IN A PUBLIC FORUM, PATTERSON DECLARES THAT ALL RACING MALFUNCTIONS MUST BE INVESTIGATED. >> IF WE HAVE AN INCIDENT IN WHICH AN OFFICIAL OR EMPLOYEE is accused of making a racist statement, WE INVESTIGATE FIRST. >> Reporter: THE POLICE chief came out and called the behavior incontestable. MORE DETAILS WILL BE RECEIVED AT 7:00 AM ON WRAL NEWS. >> THANK YOU, KEELY ARTHUR REPORTS LIVE.

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Raleigh Police Chief finalist called officer holding gun to man's head "sensible"

One of the three candidates to be Raleigh’s next police chief said four years ago that she had no problem with a police officer seen in a video holding a gun to a man’s head. Show transcript 1:00 PM NEAR THE WHITEWATER COMMUNITY TRAILHEAD. IF YOU HAVE INFORMATION CALL THE KNIGHTDALE POLICE. >>> WRAL NEWS […]

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Raleigh Police Chief finalist called officer holding gun to man's head "sensible"

One of the three candidates to be Raleigh’s next police chief said four years ago that she had no problem with a police officer seen in a video holding a gun to a man’s head.

Show transcript

1:00 PM NEAR THE WHITEWATER COMMUNITY TRAILHEAD. IF YOU HAVE INFORMATION CALL THE KNIGHTDALE POLICE. >>> WRAL NEWS LOOKS INTO THE BACKGROUND OF THE THREE FINALISTS FOR THE CITY OF RALEIGH POLICE CHIEF. WHEN WE CROSSED FROM CHARLOTTE TO ESTELLA PATTERSON, we learned about an incident that happened in 2017 that might look different today. HEAR MORE ABOUT THIS STORY FROM KEELY ARTHUR. >> Reporter: ESTELLA PATTERSON IS ONE OF THREE FINALISTS. THEY ALL SPEAKED IN THE TOWN HALL YESTERDAY. PATTERSON FAUST TO MAKE RALEIGH AMERICAS SAFE CITY. AN OLD REPORT SHOWS SHE DEFENDING THE ACTIONS OF AN OFFICER WHO POINT A WEAPON AT THE HEAD OF AN UNARMED MAN. BODYCAM OR SHOW THE 2017 ARREST. IN THE VIDEO YOU HEAR AN OFFICER IDENTIFIED AS JOHN DUNHAM THREATENING THE SUSPECT. INVESTIGATION REPORTER ASK ESTELLA PATTERSON WHO WAS HEAD OF INTERNAL AFFAIRS ABOUT THE VIDEO. But when you look at the entirety of the circumstances, you had to realize that it was sensible in this situation. >> Reporter: ICE REACHED PATTERSON, THE MAYOR AND COUNCIL MEMBER FOR A COMMENT. NO ONE ANSWERED. IN A PUBLIC FORUM, PATTERSON DECLARES THAT ALL RACING MALFUNCTIONS MUST BE INVESTIGATED. >> IF WE HAVE AN INCIDENT IN WHICH AN OFFICIAL OR EMPLOYEE is accused of making a racist statement, WE INVESTIGATE FIRST. >> Reporter: THE POLICE chief came out and called the behavior incontestable. MORE DETAILS WILL BE RECEIVED AT 7:00 AM ON WRAL NEWS. >> THANK YOU, KEELY ARTHUR REPORTS LIVE.

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