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Next Recycling Collection
Recycling and bulk trash are collected every other Friday. The next pickups will be:
- Friday September 23
- Friday October 7
- Friday October 21
Garbage and yard waste are collected every Friday. Click here for details.
Next CHNA & HPC Meetings
- College Hill
Monday September 26, 7 p.m.
The meeting will be held as a Zoom teleconference: Click here to login. Meetings will be held via Zoom until further notice.
- Historic Preservation
Wednesday September 28, 2022, 4 p.m., Plaza Level Conference Room, Melvin Municipal Building, 300 W. Washington Street.
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Category Archives: UNCG
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
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
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
UNCG’s fall-semester classes will begin Tuesday, as originally planned. The rest of the semester, though, has been changed dramatically. Among the highlights: Fall Break and Reading Day will be eliminated. Classes will end before Thanksgiving. Most final exams will be … Continue reading
The Spartan Open Pantry needs your donation now to provide food to struggling UNCG and Greensboro College students
With the fall semester about to begin, college students are facing the same challenges as the rest of us in these difficult times. But many must do so without a steady income or financial support from their families. The Spartan … Continue reading
Spring Garden Street reopens after overpass repair project; bridge work complete on Tate and Fulton streets as well
Spring Garden Street was reopened Friday, seven months after being closed for repairs to the Edgeworth and Spring street overpass bridges. The city closed the street at Morehead Park around October 1 for what was scheduled to be a 90-day … Continue reading
“To the Hoop | Basketball and Contemporary Art”: An exhibition now on view at the Weatherspoon Art Museum
Now through June 1: To the Hoop | Basketball and Contemporary Art, Weatherspoon Art Museum, 2nd Floor: The Bob & Lissa Shelley McDowell Gallery and Gallery 6 Thursday February 27, 6:30 p.m., Talk: To the Hoop, Emily Stamey Our friendly … Continue reading
Holiday food drive for the Spartan Open Pantry to be held the next three Saturdays at the Church of the Covenant
UNCG will hold a day-long event for new students, called Nav1Gate, on Monday August 19. Since the event involves large numbers of students walking from one place to another on and around the campus, several streets will be closed for … Continue reading
The Spartan Open Pantry needs our help to provide food to UNCG students facing financial hardship, homelessness
Classes start again at UNCG in just two weeks, August 20. A significant number of returning and new students will be coming from families experiencing financial difficulty. Some will find themselves hungry and perhaps even homeless. This is presenting unique … Continue reading