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The team was rumored to contemplate moving to such places as New Jersey, Las Vegas, Portland, Oregon, the Greensboro / Winston-Salem, North Carolina, area, and elsewhere in search of a more financially competitive market.
William Sidney Porter was born on September 11, 1862, in Greensboro, North Carolina.
This positive reception for Brown, together with the appointment of African American Dr. David Jones to the school board in 1953, convinced numerous white and black citizens that Greensboro was heading in a forward direction and would likely emerge as a leader in school integration.
He was well liked by the citizens of Greensboro, and seemed to like them in return.
In one interview, Mickey stated that the people of Greensboro had " gone out of their way to make me feel welcome, and I've found something there I haven't enjoyed since I was a kid.
This house was used to shelter Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. from the Ku Klux Klan during a 1960's meeting at St. Matthew Church, also located in Greensboro.
* Spencer Chamberlain, current lead vocalist of the band Underoath, was raised in Greensboro.
* Randall Jarrell a nationally acclaimed poet lived in Greensboro, where he was a professor at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro until his death in 1965.
* Edward R. Murrow, famed World War II CBS radio broadcaster and award-winning journalist, was born outside Greensboro.
* Elvis Presley's concert in Greensboro in April, 1972 was professionally recorded and became part of the Golden Globe Award-winning musical-documentary motion picture Elvis On Tour featuring Elvis Presley in three different concerts, the one in Greensboro and three others ; two in Virginia and one in Texas.
R. S. Pullen and R. T. Gray gave the original site in Greensboro, N. C. where the first building was erected with state funds totaling $ 30, 000.
In fall 2006, the first University Committee on Sustainability was formed at UNC Greensboro and consists of over 40 voluntary members, reflecting a diverse and widespread interest on campus.
As a result, the Women's College was renamed the " University of North Carolina at Greensboro ", and the University of North Carolina became the " University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
From February to Mid September 2008 I-40 was moved to a new alignment south of Greensboro, which also carries the new I-85 bypass and will eventually carry Interstate 73 as well, while the old I-40 through Greensboro became a second I-40 freeway Business Loop.
The county served as the location for the Searcy & Moore gun factory, which was located at Hogans Creek, a small village located some 20 miles northwest of Greensboro.
On March 15, 1781, the Battle of Guilford Court House was fought just north of present-day Greensboro between Generals Charles Cornwallis and Nathanael Greene during the American Revolution.
The school moved to Greensboro in 1905, where a large granite main building was built.
The school's name was changed a final time in 1963 when it began admitting men ; it is now known as the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.
A darker racial incident in 1979 was called the Greensboro massacre.
Old Greensboro was known for the old Webster County Seat and is still known for the Old Greensboro Cemetery.
In 1872 the county seat was moved from Greensboro to LaGrange.

Greensboro and town
The town of Greensboro, which was centrally located and Choctaw County was inhabited by settlers primarily from Alabama, Georgia and South Carolina.
Greensboro had the reputation of a rough and lawless town, many notorious criminals and murders were located there.
More than 200 firefighters from Milford, Ellendale, Harrington, Felton, Dover, Smyrna, Houston, Frederica, Slaughter Beach, Bowers Beach, Greenwood, South Bowers, Farmington, Magnolia, Cheswold, Lewes, Georgetown, and Bridgeville in Delaware and Greensboro and Goldsboro in Maryland fought the blaze which destroyed seven businesses, a church, and three apartments, destroying an entire city block in the historic section of town.
Greensboro is a town in Gadsden County, Florida, United States.
Greensboro is a town in Greene County, Georgia, United States.
Shirley is a town in Brown Township, Hancock County and Greensboro Township, Henry County in the U. S. state of Indiana.
Greensboro is a town in Greensboro Township, Henry County, Indiana, United States.
Kennard is a town in Greensboro Township, Henry County, Indiana, United States.
Greensboro is a town located on the banks of the Choptank River in Caroline County, Maryland.
Most of the rail traffic that comes through town is local freight traffic going back and forth from Sanford to Greensboro or freight going to AC & W.
Pittsboro, North Carolina is a town located in Chatham County, 34 miles southwest of Raleigh, 47 miles southeast of Greensboro, and 17 miles south of Chapel Hill.
Jamestown is a town in Guilford County, North Carolina, United States, and is a suburb of the nearby cities of Greensboro and High Point.
The town is largely regarded as a suburb of Greensboro and as development has grown, the town has slowly transformed from a rural farming area into a bedroom community.
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro estimates the town receives $ 5 million each year as a result.
Early on in the town ’ s history, pottery became an important part of Greensboro ’ s economic base, with the first operation owned and operated by Alexander Vance.
Following his appointment to the cabinet Mr. Gallatin determined to withdraw from the glass firm and advertised on May 7, 1803 in a Pittsburgh newspaper, " Sale by Auction ... One undivided half of the New Geneva Glassworks, a ferry across the Monongahela River, sundry lots and dwelling houses in the town of Greensboro ..
The first college to open its doors within the town of Greensboro was the woman's college, Greensboro Female College.

Greensboro and December
He received the key to the city of Greensboro, North Carolina on December 5, 2008, to commemorate Flair's victory in a steel cage match against Harley Race at the inaugural Starrcade event.
Allred died December 10, 2011, in Greensboro, North Carolina.
Center Sylvain Fleury finished tenth among league skaters for total points with 95 points in 68 games played and scored a league season-high five goals in an 11 – 6 victory over the Greensboro Monarchs on December 26.
They first defeated Flair's " cousins " Gene and Ole Anderson on December 26, 1976 in Greensboro, injuring Gene so badly that he had to be stretchered out.
The Illini played a tough early season game against North Carolina on December 2 in Greensboro, and were tied at 69 with just six minutes to go.

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