Four Greensboro firefighters are recovering from injuries they suffered in a Thursday afternoon blaze. It began shortly before 1 p.m. at Import Knight Body Repair, an auto repair shop at 811 South Elm Street. The Greensboro News and Record reports firefighters used a ladder truck to fight the flames from the air as well as from the ground and smoke could be seen for several blocks.
Denise Turner Roth says she is proud of her accomplishments as city manager of Greensboro. Roth is leaving the city to take a new position as the deputy administrator of the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA).
More than 100 students in Greensboro received free school supplies and haircuts last year from the Operation PASS program. The Greensboro Police Department is seeking donations and community partnerships to help meet the growing need this year.
The project will make four travel lanes divided by a landscaped median. There will also be a bike lane and sidewalk on both sides. Transportation officials say the project will alleviate traffic and make the road safer.
But preliminary construction plans show some homes and businesses are in the projects path and will need to be removed.