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ACC Tournament Shares Rich History With City of Greensboro
It began at the Sedgefield Inn when seven universities pulled out of the Southern Conference in May of 1953, and one month later the ACC was formed. In December, Virginia joined. Women have been playing in the ACC every year since 1978, a few years before the first NCAA championships for women. 01:30 PM
Harbor Freight Tools to Occupy Former Kmart Location in Asheboro
Big plans are in the works for the former Kmart building on East Dixie Drive in Asheboro. After sitting vacant for 13 years now, the building will soon have a new tenant. 05:08 PM
LaGuardia Airport Shuts Down After Plane Skids Off Runway
Passengers on board a Delta MD-80 encountered a scary landing at LaGuardia on Thursday. 01:39 PM
Professor Targeted for Firing in UNC Academic Fraud Retires
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill said Thursday that philosophy professor Jan Boxill is ending her fight to hold onto her job. She was targeted for firing in October on the day that a scathing report into the cheating scandal was released. 01:51 PM
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