What Charter's blockbuster buy of Time Warner Cable means for N.C. employees05/27/15 ,via Charlotte Business Journal (blog)
“Charter will need talented, motivated employees to operate the cable systems,” says spokesman Scott Pryzwansky. He admits overlap is likely in the management ranks — meaning job cuts — but didn't specify how many N.C. employees are management.
High Temperatures in Greensboro Break 101-Year-Old Record06/16/15 ,via TWC News
Linda Evans works at the Greensboro Historical Museum. "We might be sitting on the front porch, we definitely have on our lightest cottons. We'd be covered up because being covered up doesn't necessarily translate into being hot,” said Evans. She said
SC Gov. Nikki Haley: 'The Heart and Soul of South Carolina was Broken'06/18/15 ,via TWC News
Chief Greg Mullen said Roof was arrested Thursday during a traffic stop in Shelby, N.C. A citizen was the one who spotted Roof's car headed into Shelby. After Shelby police got the call, they saw him driving west on Dixon Boulevard and pulled him over.
Three Tree Services Listed in First 'Dirty Dozen' list from BBB04/12/15 ,via TWC News
CENTRAL, N.C. - Buyers beware when dealing with companies named to the Better Business Bureau (BBB) of Central North Carolina's first 'Dirty Dozen' list. Earlier this week, BBB released the names of twelve companies in the area most cited in unresolved
New Greensboro Initiative Seeks to Tackle Veteran Homelessness06/17/15 ,via TWC News
Mayor Nancy Vaughan, along with leaders from Partners Ending Homelessness announced the "Homes for Heroes" program at a press conference Wednesday. The program will aim to pair more than 80 homeless veterans with housing, and officials are