Author Archives: David Arneke

You’re invited: After Gateway celebrates its first 20 years, Saturday afternoon, October 2, at the Church of the Covenant

An invitation from our wonderful neighbor After Gateway, located at the Presbyterian Church of the Covenant: Join us in celebrating our 20th year by donating $1 for every year After Gateway has served our participants from 2001 to 2021!  After … Continue reading

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The Spartan Open Pantry needs your support to help students without family support or income avoid hunger

Fall semester has begun at UNCG, and, as always, there are students struggling without steady income or financial support from their families. The Spartan Open Pantry helps UNCG and Greensboro College students avoid — or overcome — hunger. The pantry … Continue reading

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Join us for College Hill’s National Night Out: Tuesday, August 3, from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., at Springdale Park

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Bike lanes to be installed on Spring Garden Street this summer; GDOT says it will address trade-offs and negative impacts

News from Hannah Cockburn, City of Greensboro Director of Transportation: Thank you for the opportunity to engage with the neighborhood and property owners directly impacted by the Spring Garden resurfacing project as we evaluated extending bike lanes in the corridor. … Continue reading

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Tuesday fitness on the Greenway is back through September, plus Goat Yoga at MLK Drive next Saturday morning

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Spring Garden’s pop-up bike lanes to be taken down this week to accommodate sooner-than-expected repaving of the street

News from Hanna Cockburn, Greensboro director of transportation: The resurfacing contractor is making quick progress toward the resurfacing of Spring Garden Street and is beginning to raise water-service boxes and manholes to the finished elevation. To facilitate this work, the … Continue reading

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Online meeting on new bicycle lanes for Spring Garden Street between Tate and Fulton to be held Monday March 22, 6 p.m.

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College Hill bakery is a winner in a national contest; vote online this week to help it win $5,000 for Greensboro Urban Ministry

A College Hill pastry chef has won a national award, and with your help she also could win $5,000 for the Greensboro Urban Ministry food bank. Veneé Pawlowski of Black Magnolia Southern Patisserie is one of 20 winners of the … Continue reading

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Support your neighborhood business owners and professionals

College Hill residents are a diverse group, and the business owners and independent professionals in the neighborhood are quite a varied group in their own right. Here’s a list of neighbors who operate their own businesses. Buying local is always … Continue reading

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News from Tate Street, McGee Street and around College Hill: Bitcoin ATMs are a coming thing, and the College Mart has one

For those interested in making their lives as complicated as possible, there’s now a Bitcoin ATM at the College Mart on Tate Street. People who have figured out cryptocurrency can use it to buy Bitcoins, Bitcoin Cash and something called … Continue reading

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