Author Archives: David Arneke

Holiday food drive for the Spartan Open Pantry to be held the next three Saturdays at the Church of the Covenant

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Neighbor Kim Burroughs to display and sell his pottery at holiday-season shows in College Hill and Westerwood

College Hill potter Kim Burroughs has scheduled a couple of holiday-season shows, one in the neighborhood and one just a short walk away. Kim will hold his own show next Saturday, November 16, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., hosted by … Continue reading

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One of College Hill’s oddest little houses sells for a pittance

919 Carr Street has been sold for the first time since it was built 58 years ago. After letting it sit empty since the last tenants moved out several months ago, the owner finally seems to have given up, rather … Continue reading

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Trick-or-treating postponed in College Hill due to forecast of Halloween-evening thunderstorms and high winds

A dark and stormy night is forecast for Greensboro, so the College Hill Neighborhood Association has postponed Halloween trick-or-treating until Friday night, November 1. As of 1:45 p.m. Thursday, the weather forecast for Halloween evening calls for a high probability … Continue reading

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Monday night: College Hill Neighborhood Association to make a recommendation to the city on paving Edgar Street

After many discussions at neighborhood association meetings and gatherings of residents with properties backing up to Edgar Street, College Hill will decide Monday night on a recommendation to the city about the future of the alley. The two major questions: … Continue reading

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Condolences to our neighbor David Millsaps and family

With deep sorrow, we report that our neighbor Leslie Millsaps died Thursday. Leslie was stopped in heavy traffic on Interstate 40 in Davie County when her car was rear-ended. Our condolences go to her husband, David, and their children, Megan … Continue reading

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Spring Garden Street closed at Freeman Mill Road overpass, blocking access to downtown from College Hill until next year

Beginning today (September 30), two blocks of Spring Garden Street from S. Edgeworth Street to S. Spring Street will be closed for maintenance and repair of the Freeman Mill Road bridges that run above Spring Garden. Also closed will be … Continue reading

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2nd annual fund-raiser on Sunday October 6 for Rett’s Syndrome research and Josie Clark-Trippodo’s daughter

Charlie’s Angels is hosting their 2nd Annual Fall Festival on Sunday October 6, 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Double Oaks Bed & Breakfast, 204 N. Mendenhall Street.¬† The event is a fund-raiser benefiting Charleston “Charlie” Trippodo and Rett Syndrome … Continue reading

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A new Indian restaurant on Tate Street, next steps on Mendenhall Street and the 2019 Tate Street Festival

It was a sad day in 2016 when decades of Indian food on Tate Street ended. Three long years later, a new Indian restaurant has opened to carry on the tradition of the late, lamented India Palace. Taaz Indian Kitchen … Continue reading

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Your annual reminder: All College Hill residents are eligible for credit-union membership

All College Hill residents are eligible for membership in the Greensboro Municipal Federal Credit Union. This eligibility is extended to members of all neighborhood associations that belong to the Greensboro Neighborhood Congress. All College Hill residents are members of the … Continue reading

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