The Guilford County Department of Health and Human Services, Division of Public Health is alerting residents that a skunk found on Ludgate Drive in Gibsonville tested positive for the rabies virus on April 10, 2017. This is the fourth confirmed case of animal rabies in 2017. North Carolina law requires that all domestic pets (cats,…Details
So what is it? Distracted driving is driving while doing anything that takes your attention off of the road. It’s not just talking on the phone! Distracted driving includes eating, changing the radio station, texting, reading email, checking the directions, and yes… talking on the phone. There are three types of distracted driving: visual (eyes…Details
In keeping with the County’s goal of improving communication both internally and externally, a County Employee Newsletter Committee was assembled in early 2016 to evaluate the merits of re-establishing an employee newsletter for county employees. The goal was to share information that was of interest to employees and information that they need to know or…Details
Guilford County Commissioner Ray Trapp, announced his resignation from his position, representing the County’s 8th District, to be effective Monday April 3, 2017. Commissioner Trapp shared with county staff that he will be accepting the position of Director of External Affairs with North Carolina A&T State University. Trapp stated, “This was a very difficult decision…Details
April is Child Abuse Prevention Month, a time to join Prevent Child Abuse North Carolina to encourage people to take simple actions daily that improve the lives of children. These impactful, yet ordinary actions can be anything from organizing neighborhood activities to offering to babysit for a neighbor. When children have positive relationships and experiences…Details
Saturday, April 8th, at 8:45am
Volunteers needed to assist in trails work. Please bring work gloves and dress accordingly.
Meet at Hagan-Stone Park, 5920 Hagan Stone Park Road in Pleasant Garden.
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