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Nancy McLaughlin

News & Record

Greensboro, NC, United States

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Recent articles by Nancy:

Secret list of alleged church abusers names local Southern Baptist ex-pastors

Two more on the list have connections to Guilford County. Among the North Carolina names on the list are former pastors in Rockingham and Alamance counties. → Read More

Heavy hearts: Greensboro grieves alongside the nation over Texas school shooting

People gathered for a prayer vigil at First Presbyterian Church on Wednesday after the shooting at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas, left 19 children and two adults dead. → Read More

Triad Health Project's new leader has a long history with local nonprofit work

After taking on several roles in recent years at Triad Health Project, Adriana Galdo Adams was recently asked to lead the grassroots-born agency with services for people living with HIV → Read More

Rogers, former longtime Guilford County employee will face off for sheriff

GREENSBORO — Guilford County Sheriff Danny Rogers survived a primary challenge from two other Democrats on Tuesday night. Now, he will compete against a former top administrator at the sheriff’s → Read More

Celebrate the People's Market International Day with food from around the world

The market in the Glenwood neighborhood — which considers itself a weekly "handmade, homemade, homegrown" outdoor market with produce and crafts — is celebrating from 5:30 p.m to 8 p.m. → Read More

Election preview: With nine candidates, Guilford sheriff's field may be 'largest' ever

GREENSBORO — It's the largest field of challengers in recent memory. → Read More

WATCH NOW: From abandoned baby to class president. Greensboro native says adoptive mom motivated, inspired her.

"Even when I knew she was tired, she kept me going," Angel Thomas said of her adoptive mother, Carrie Thomas. "No matter what I've gone through she's been there pushing → Read More

Autistic Scout's award-winning project helps first responders help people on the spectrum in crisis

For his Eagle Scout project, 17-year-old Holden Pardue created sensory overload kits to help first responders work with people on the autism spectrum. → Read More

Not your typical anniversary: He visited veteran memorials in DC and she welcomed him home with a flag and cake

Bob and Laura Gobble have mostly been side-by-side since their wedding in 1946. But when he was offered a seat on the latest Triad Honor Flight, Laura was thrilled for → Read More

'An unusual situation': Deadline looms for Greensboro families still at mobile home park sold to developer

Residents like Margaret Morales, who is on disability, are still trying to find help with the costs of moving as June 19 deadline approaches. → Read More

Greensboro church's meditative art walk looks at how out of violence can come resurrection

The collection of paintings and sculptures, as part of "Journey Inward: a Meditative Art Walk" at West Market Street United Methodist Church, is a more modern-day reflection on the biblical → Read More

Greensboro rabbi 'bears witness' in Ukraine in a modern-day Passover story

"I've stood at other borders before. When they ask what did you do during this time, I have to be able to say we were there," Rabbi Andy Koren said → Read More

Presidential address: In visit to NC A&T, Biden makes case for a 'united' America

GREENSBORO — In his first visit to the city since being elected, President Joe Biden talked about the economy, education and infrastructure during a stop Thursday afternoon at N.C. A&T. → Read More

Levi Coffin's name is on a museum in Indiana. The New Garden community shaped him.

Two former Guilford College professors are at the Levi and Catharine Coffin State Historic Site in Indiana this week to talk about the early years of the man who would → Read More

Inspired by Greensboro's United Way, a sister agency is copying this program

GREENSBORO — Cindy Aubrey leaned over to get the attention of one of her fellow visitors from Colorado on Wednesday with a gleam in her eye as they toured the → Read More

Carolina and Duke fans prep for the big game with words of support, and a dash of shade (of course)

The longtime ACC rivals have not met each other on the court during the NCAA Tournament, until now. Fans are going through a range of emotions faced with this matchup, → Read More

Two years later, little progress made in 'unreal' New Year's Day slayings in Greensboro

State psychiatrists deemed Brittany McKinney competent to stand trial. However, a psychiatrist hired by the defense says she was likely insane at the time of the killings. Now the prosecution → Read More

Two years later, little progress made in 'unreal' New Year's Day slayings

GREENSBORO — Two years after prosecutors said they could seek the death penalty against Brittany McKinney, who is accused of killing her daughter and two others on New Year’s Day → Read More

The stories of their lives: Triad authors delve into such weighty topics as segregation, war and the sex trade

Lawyer Bill Slawter writes about growing up on the wrong side of the tracks, the draft and Vietnam. Retired communications professional Mable Scott writes about lessons from segregation. Pastor Lia → Read More

Looking for a bargain on furniture? This Greensboro nonprofit might have what you're looking for at its auction.

Barnabas Network has over 500 pieces of furniture, from leather couches to chaise loungers and outdoor cooktops, in its online auction that runs Saturday through April 2. → Read More