Category Archives: College Hill Neighborhood Association

Posts specifically about CHNA doings.

Long-awaited College Hill street signage project to begin

News release from the City of Greensboro: Post Date:05/31/2023 11:32 AM “Refurbished decorative street name signs and sign posts will soon grace the historic College Hill neighborhood. A City contractor will be removing signs at about 30 intersections throughout College … Continue reading

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Arlen Nicolls named to Historic Preservation Commission

Arlen Nicolls has been named the College Hill representative on the city’s Historic Preservation Commission. She is a Realtor and has lived in College Hill since 2008. Arlen has long been active in the College Hill Neighborhood Association, having served … Continue reading

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Homeowners and absentee landlords: Here’s how property ownership in College Hill stands today

The January neighborhood association meeting on Monday will include a discussion of how to better engage College Hill’s many landlords in maintaining and improving the neighborhood. It’s a challenge that has been addressed with little success and varying degrees of … Continue reading

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Holiday wreaths go up on College Hill lampposts

Neighborhood volunteers have created holiday wreaths and put them up on lampposts up and down South Mendenhall Street. The wreaths were made possible in part by a generous donation of tree trimmings from the Delancy Street Holiday Tree lot. Lyddan … Continue reading

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For newcomers and those who’ve forgotten: 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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New page added to website: Community health resources

Figuring out even the most basic aspects of our health-care system is getting more and more complex. With health issues dominating the news like never before, a new page has been added to the website listing community health resources. It’s … Continue reading

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This Saturday, Dec. 11, and Saturday Dec. 18: Holiday food drive at the Church of the Covenant for the Spartan Open Pantry

Again this year, it’s easy to donate food and personal hygiene items for the Spartan Open Pantry.¬† The Presbyterian Church of the Covenant and the College Hill Neighborhood Association are co-sponsoring a drop-off food drive for the pantry on Saturday … 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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New president for the College Hill Neighborhood Association; longtime president James Keith leaving as business expands

Samantha Smith has been elected president of the College Hill Neighborhood Association, succeeding James Keith. James stepped down in December as he was selling his house on South Mendenhall Street. The association board voted unanimously to name Samantha president. Samantha … Continue reading

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Vote for the school bonds and sales tax: Guilford’s schools desperately need to be modernized, safer and repaired

space Guilford County’s school buildings are literally falling apart. “While the buildings and grounds look okay from the outside, the infrastructure inside the walls and core systems like windows, doors, roofs, plumbing, foundations and heating/cooling units have been stretched to … Continue reading

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