The US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is exploring using the former American Hebrew Academy site in Greensboro “as a possible transitional care facility for unaccompanied migrant children.”
The Greensboro Transit Authority (GTA), that runs Greensboro’s bus system, is bleeding ridership and money, according to a presentation the GTA is scheduled to make at the Tuesday, Dec. 4 meeting of the Greensboro City Council.
Guilford County and three towns in the Northwest part of the county – Stokesdale, Oak Ridge and Summerfield – are in talks to determine the next steps for a proposed project to bring a new municipal water system to those towns. One interesting part of the equation is that the decision of each town could be tightly connected to what the other towns do: If all three OK the project, the price is lower for each; conversely, the project might not be feasible for one town on its own.
After five years of being the “publisher” for the Rhino Times, I am still not exactly comfortable with the title. But I am comfortable stating that, today, news is more important than ever. Not just any news, but relevant news not available from other local publications or media outlets.