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Angie Berrier was named graduation coach at North Asheboro Middle School and Northeast Randolph Middle School for Communities In Schools of Randolph County. She will manage a caseload of 30-plus students in small group mentoring settings.

HIGH POINT – Riding the school bus is probably the safest way for students to get to school, but it’s a little more expensive and other rides may be illegal. So far this year, school officials could save as much as $1 million from a revised tiered bus schedule. There could be more savings, however, by hiring vendors or providing student passes for city buses. GCS




Deaths per 1 million passenger miles: • Passenger Cars 0.94 • Scheduled Airlines 0.06 • Passenger Trains 0.04 • School Buses 0.01


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HIGH HONOR: Southwest Guilford’s new gym may be named for hall-of-fame coach. 1B


THOMASVILLE – The recent economy has hit several businesses hard, and ABC stores are no different. Thomasville ABC Board closed the doors of its National Highway location on Sept. 17, citing that the store was not bringing enough money to keep that particular location open. The only other ABC store in Thomasville, at 1033 Randolph St., will now be the new home of the ABC board. “Throughout the last several years, we have been able to see that the traffic has moved to the other end of town,” said Leigh Ann Lowe, general manager and board member. “We have seen a noticeable shift in our sales coming to the

Randolph Street location. It just made common sense to come down to this location. There is more traffic with the Walmart, gas stations and more restaurants on this side of town.” The retail sales at the National Highway location had flattened and mixed beverage sales had decreased. The board was spending $3,600 a month and $43,200 a year to lease the site. With the sales decrease and other businesses in the area shutting down, it was easy to make a decision, Lowe said. “What we have been doing for awhile has been to take the expenses into consideration compared to our revenues,” Lowe said. “Even if we lost some of the revenues, with the expenses that we cut we would still come out better with one location.” The ABC board returned its 3 percent distribution of $57,000 to the city at the end of the last fiscal year. The return to the city won’t be as much with the closing of National Highway store. “The amount that they get is based off of our sales,” Lowe said. “The amount


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does fluctuate. The return will not be half, but we knew we would lose some of the sales. In May, we projected that we would lose about 20 percent of the sales. The amount the city gets will decrease somewhat just because the amount of our sales will decrease.” Lowe said she does not think the business will suffer because of the move and

GUILFORD COUNTY – Paying for more new county school district buildings and improvements could be a distant dream in a stagnant economy. For now, the Guilford County Board of Education is working to finish projects on a $457 million list voters approved in 2008. Another $1.2 billion of needs, outlined in a 10-year Facilities Master Plan, may be too much for voters and taxpayers to swallow. “Our needs continue to grow,” Andy LaRowe, district chief of

operations, told school board members during a retreat last month. “Because the economy may be bad, a lot of Guilford County people do Schools 10-year not want to Master Plan talk about it ■■■ now.” V o t e r s have approved three construction bond programs totaling $957 million since 2000. “We have more construction on the ground now than ever before,” LaRowe said. “We have met capacity needs, but now we need to look at school renovations in High Point and Greensboro.”


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Thomasville’s one remaining ABC store is located at 1033 Randolph St. in Southgate Shopping Center. that customers from that area willingly will travel to the Randolph Street store. “We are going to miss out on some customers, but there are a lot of loyal customers that will come to this location. We have seen customers from that area come to the Randolph Street location,” Lowe said. “A lot of our mixed-beverage customers are down this way

because of the restaurants. I feel that we will have an opportunity here (Randolph Street) to pick up more traffic than normal.” Lowe said it will take to the end of October or November to see how closing the National Highway location has truly impacted them. | 888-3657

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“We need to prioritize these new projects,” said board member Darlene Garrett. “We can’t put all of them on hold until there is another bond referendum.” Other funding sources include contributions from county government and federal financing. But county funding for maintenance and repairs has dropped in recent years from $11.5 million in 2004 to $3.2 million in 2010. The district spent $2.5 million, most of its available funding in 2010, to complete emergency roof replacements at T.W. Andrews High School and Shadybrook Elementary School. The district will spend $16.8 million from the Qualified School Construction Bonds program on basic repairs ranging from roofs to heating and air conditioning upgrades.



SUNDAY: High Point schools in need of repair TODAY: The funding challenge “We may have even more roofs to address,” Gerald Greeson, district maintenance director, later told the school board. “We have another list in the works.” The district staff will spend much of the winter seeking contractors for summer repairs to be financed by the federal bonds. “And if more water (money) is added to that trough, we will go for it,” said Sharon Ozment, district chief financial officer. | 888-3626

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musically. “I hadn’t figured out what I was going to do, what label I was going to work with,� he said. “I wasn’t inspired.� Common had major success with 2005’s “Be� and “Finding Forever,� which came two years later. The albums reached gold status and each earned multiple Grammy nominaa tions, including win for best rap a performance by duo or group for “Southside� with Kanye West. Both albums were mainly produced by West. But 2008’s “Universal Mind Control,� produced by the Neptunes, was a commercial disappointment, only selling 245,000 units, according to Nielsen SoundScan; the CD, however, did earn a Grammy nomination for best rap album. But Common parted ways with Universal Music, where he’s released five of his

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and focus down.� when he most her house, and One of the film’s she might than my head.� asked her what striking and emotional to play the When Daldry, the The chance was bring to the role, JAKE COYLE Hours� scenes is a flashback key role director of “The a supporting but WRITER actress was frank. apof to Bullock’s character the and “The Reader,� phone in Daldry’s adaptation “I said, ‘I haven’t “Exspeaking on the Foer’s she says. proached her about who is Jonathan Safran slightest idea,’ � EW YORK – SanBullock with her husband, well is tremely Loud,� one of novel. In it, Bullock “I was like, ‘The dra Bullock wasn’t would calling from atop of an to stop wasn’t sure she plays the mother deep. It’s your job looking to return at all. the burning towers. return to acting it.’ � that made get Stephen or it thing when “The to acting 16, (center) after he found me was “Exthe cross after diving for Bullock and Daldry it so poignant for Daldry called about it in Spring Bayou during easy showed the Feast of the Epiphany & Incredhave a charming, that Tom Hanks celebration in Tarpon Springs, FILE | AP tremely Loud other, Bullmanner with each Fla. up that day,� says ibly Close.� another a room lm, showering one ock. “He sat in Bullock’s last fi . Asked I was Side,� with compliments not far from where 2009’s “The Blind her every career why he pursued and made that call was the kind of British time most for the part, the single time. Every apogee of which “She’s it windirector quips, I pick up that phone, actresses dream, on the actress cheap as chips.� was Tom Hanks ning her a best just line. My in what “I have watched other end of the Academy Award you’ve to a who is calling about everything husband Sandra Bullock essentially amounted as Daldry. he’s BY MITCH STACY ever made,� says because he knows coronation of Bullock selfme uncommonly bright, beloved THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Bullock, whose named John Corcocongoing to die, giving America’s most (Thomas “I was perfectly humor is joy, some precocious child some star. deprecating ris arrived in Tarpon gift, movie some (Tom female miss tent to be permanently that Horn), whose father ARPON SPRINGS, undimmed, doesn’t Springs in 1896 as a Recjewel – something But the accomplishSept. broken,� she says. with so Hanks) dies on Fla. – In a spectacle TARPON SPRINGS a beat: “I’m so sorry.�in sponge buyer from New might he can leave me ment – which would by particularly ognizing how that a partner to be a It’s 11. going needed repeated every Jan. I’m EPIPHANY CELEBRA“I followed York. He was hired to she smiles he knows normally be about sound in print, wrenching story to capi6 for more than a centuTION: Jan. 6. www. the project, somebody make the industry more hint n. OK.� a wave of projects leading at the unintended grief and reconciliatio ry, dozens of teenage that would be a efficient, introducing If Bullock, 47, was turmoil, to boys talize on the momentum the me, of her personal to “What a great way by set out from the stately TARPON SPRINGS to lady and look after first mechanized sponge hesitant to return – was soon marred horse,� look afand adds “time-wise� appears get back on the Greek Orthodox catheBullock’s CHAMBER OF COMlook after herself, fishing boat and bringing as one acting, she now was public scandal. look afclarify the break Garecently says Bullock, who dral in this Florida Gulf MERCE: http://tarponter the character, in 500 Greek divers from g. fully back. She 20 husband, “Monster look after from moviemakin another staying at a hotel Coast town to seek God’s James, ter the kid and Kalymnos, Halki, Sumi, finished shooting rage� host Jesse World “I honestly didn’t the whole movie: blocks from the blessing in the chilly have been GETTING THERE: the creation of Hydra, Spetses, Aegina place highly anticipated was revealed to 9/11. “It think I was in a Trade Center on waters of a bayou several fallout, Tarpon Springs is about Cuaron’s “Gravprocess,� says Daldry. and other Greek islands. to work Alfonso what unfaithful. The was wanted it I like where cowas was hard, but blocks away. 25 miles from Tampa “Sandy was literally We More Greek immigrants out of ity,� a space thriller which led to divorce, be.� for me. or wanted to step by Clooney. it’s supposed to They dive off row boats International Airport, a partner on it followed to establish says. “I starring George covered relentlessly rewrite where I was,� she still It took some courting. and, in a chaotic flailing which is served by most would write and restaurants, candy But the at the tabloids. Bullock wasn’t prepared. Daldry visited Bullock of arms and legs, grope adopted a major airlines. shops, coffee houses and louder went ahead and opportunity was in the murky water for grocery stores to serve baby boy. a wooden cross tossed the sponge-fishing comin sponge docks. by a priest. The one lucky munity. The city’s population enough to surface with Blights of the sponge will at least double for it earns instant celebrity beds in the 1930s and ’40s, the cross dive and Greek Museum status, a ride through along with the introducthe day at Children’s festival that follows on by the , 390 S. streets on the shoulders tion of synthetic sponges, lem. The program of Winston-Salem www. Jan. 6. Sixty Symphony students, boys will of his peers and – the $10 for took the oomph out of Winston-Salem Liberty St., Winston-Sadive in Spring Bayou the includes Chapel Road, Greensboro. make Greek-American boys greensborosymphony. this industry here, but the Swing Ensemble lem. Children may year, with the cross likely ext. 224 favorThe program, “Andrew and join believe – the favor of God org, 335-5456, community has fiercely swing and big band Friends,� a rhythm shaker thrown by Archbishop Lloyd Webber & and in the coming year. maintained its culture ites. $15-$60, 464-0145, from in songs, activities New Demetrios Trakatelto Statue in Tarpon Springs, includes music museum PLUGGED-IN POPS! The Tarpon Springs A POPS CONCERT and Greek heritage. Fla., depicts John Corcoris, AP stories. Free with lis, leader of the Greek Year’s official history, arrived in who, according to the Webber’s Broadway www. “Cross Dive� is the Year’s Eve Celebration� celebrate New ism is now the area’s Tarpon Springs in 1896 city’s Broadadmission of $7, by at 8 Orthodox Church in a as a sponge buyer from He was hired to make the shows and other centerpiece of what locals will be performed Eve will be performed New York. NOON YEAR’S EVE, leading industry, but industry more efficient,, Reynolds America. The boys are proSymintroducing the first mechanized will be sponge fishing boat and way favorites. Vocalists call the largest Epiphany p.m. Saturday at 16, the Greensboro fessional sponge divers bringing in 500 Greek divers party for children, 723-9111, ext. 211 17 and 18 years old, and at 8 Saturfrom the Greek islands. are Anne Runolfsson, Vi- Auditorium, 301 N. Hawevent in the Western phony Orchestra still ply the waters off held 10 a.m.-noon and Sal participation is limited the Westoa “phenomenon beyond Debbie Graitte Hemisphere, celebratthorne Road, Winston-Sato p.m. Saturday at coast of Tarpon Springs, revolves around the for adults, members of the handful Muir’s human comprehension.� viano. $22-$38 coming here,� says Sue ing the day Orthodox of as deep as 150 feet, ver Church, 505 Epiphany festival and for Greek Orthodox churches St. Nicholas is the patron Thomas, . Christians believe Jesus president of the sponges that are sold getting ready for the next . YOUR NEWSPAPER in the Tampa Bay area. in saint of the area’s sponge local chamber of comwas baptized in the River YOUR COMMUNITY the dockside shops and one. “We actually receive fishing community, as merce. “They see the Jordan. Equal parts reall over the world via “It brings people to requests the well from as the cathedral. downtown, they go to all around ligious ceremony and Internet. the Tarpon Springs who the country from youths The business and sponge docks. We hear community jubilee, it A short walk from the might not normally come it who want to participate,� culture of Tarpon Springs over and over. We love is the signature festival sponge docks is an hishere or even thought says Nick Mantzanas, of it.� for the waterfront vilthis toric, active downtown year’s Epiphany commitlage that draws tourists popular with tourists tee chairman, who dove and year-round to its working antique hunters. Besides for the cross himself as sponge docks and colora eating and shopping at teen two decades ago, ful assortment of Greek as the sponge docks, visitors did his father before him. restaurants and shops. can board sight-seeing or Tarpon Springs, incorTarpon Springs, 45 mincharter fishing boats for a porated in 1887, began utes northwest of Tampa, few hours out on the Gulf life as getaway for rich boasts one of the largest of Mexico. people from the North. per-capita concentrations A unique attraction Sponges eventually were of Greek-Americans in here is the venerated discovered in the area, the country among its painting known as “The and by the 1890s spongemodest population of Weeping Icon of St. packing houses were 22,000. (About 8,000 in Nicholas� in the Greek going up on the docks. town claim such status.) Orthodox cathedral. The sponge business And the Mediterranean Kept under glass in eventually shifted its American influence is everywhere, an elaborately carved We Sell Made Cabinets center from Key West, from the dome of the Granite and enclosure, the image for Quick Cuba and the Bahamas Custom grand St. Nicholas Greek to Delivery! inexplicably “wept� at Come visit us at Counter Tarpon Springs, and by Tops Orthodox Cathedral Christmastime for three downtown to the intricate the turn of the century consecutive years in the the city was considered murals on the walls outearly 1970s. The droplets the largest sponge port side the shops that line in that appeared were never the United States. Dodecanese Boulevard 8JOEPXTt%PPSTt4JEJOHt-VNCFSt.PSF explained, and at the time According to the city’s across the street from the Greek Archdiocese the official history, a man in New York termed it AP ENTERTAINMENT


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