CHNA board nominations open; election on February 24
The College Hill Neighborhood Association will hold its 2020 annual meeting and election of officers and board members on Monday February 24. If you’re interested in serving, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Self-nominations are open until Thursday February 20. Nominees will be announced on Friday February 21.
Our website is a resource for College Hill residents and anyone interested in our neighborhood and historic district. The blog on our home page or our welcome page are good places to start.
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Isn’t There Anything to Do Around Here?
Well, yes, actually. The Local Events page provides links to major events, major venues, university event calendars and Greensboro’s busy local arts scene (much of which happens downtown).
Next Recycling Collection
Recycling and bulk trash are collected every other Friday. The next pickups will be:
- Friday February 14
- Friday February 28
- Friday March 13
Garbage and yard waste are collected every Friday. Click here for details.
Next CHNA & HPC Meetings
- College Hill
Monday, February 24, 7 p.m.
Presbyterian Church of the Covenant, Fellowship Hall, 501 S. Mendenhall Street
- Historic Preservation
Wednesday, February 26, 4 p.m.
Meetings are usually held in the Plaza Level Conference Room, Melvin Municipal Building, 300 W. Washington Street. The alternate location is the City Council Chamber.
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Category Archives: Animals
College Hill news in photos: Beautification volunteers needed, a vulture goes to church and more comings and goings
Beautification projects scheduled The College Hill beautification team has scheduled work days for the next two Sunday afternoons, April 28 and May 5, noon to 3 p.m. both days. Volunteers — and anyone can volunteer, especially you — will meet at … Continue reading
News from Tate Street: ‘Uncle Pete’ passes away; an Easter Egg hunt is planned; and a vulture wants sushi
All the news in College Hill over the past week or so involves Tate Street: Uncle Pete passes away The longtime Tate Street figure known as Uncle Pete has died. Pete and his pal Ricky were familiar fellows on the … Continue reading
Hawks and owls are familiar sights in College Hill, but these two guys look like a new breed of visitor. The black vultures — or possibly some kind of buzzard, if there’s actually any difference between them — were perched … Continue reading
By IAN McDOWELL, South Mendenhall Street Newborn copperheads are 8-10 inches long and look much like mature copperheads except for their greenish or yellow tails, which they may use to attract lizards, and which lose that coloration after the first … Continue reading
Guilford County has reported that a raccoon found on Morehead Avenue in College Hill tested positive for rabies. The animal was captured last Wednesday. The raccoon was taken by Guilford County Animal Control around 2 p.m. on February 15 in the 900 block … Continue reading
Late winter and early spring (before the trees leaf out) are the best times to see our neighborhood owls. They show up well in bare trees. They’ll perch in magnolias for better cover, but they’ll sit out in the open for extended … Continue reading
Slow down on Tuesdays with a meditation group or bike ride … Plus sightings of little kids, Republicans and a raccoon …
A weekly meditation group will begin meeting this week, Tuesdays at noon at Presbyterian Church of the Covenant. The public is invited. For more information contact Lora Farlow or the church office, 336-275-6403. … Also every Tuesday, the Taco Tuesday Beginner Ride rolls … Continue reading
These two owls buzzed a cat repeatedly while spending an otherwise quiet day in a backyard on Carr Street. I think they were just checking the cat out to see whether she was small enough to kill or fly off with. Owls … Continue reading
A stray dog was roaming around Carr Street this morning. One of my dogs and I corralled him in our back yard. He’s a relatively small black dog with a white patch on his chest, not neutered. He looks pretty … Continue reading
I’ve been noticing more bats lately on early-morning walks in the neighborhood, and today I came across this important information about them via email from the Aycock Historic District. The source is Kim Yeoman, a biology grad student at UNCG … Continue reading