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Piedmont News & Record

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Piedmont News & Record

200 East Market Street

Greensboro, North Carolina, 27401

United States

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News & Record Interactive provides users with a portfolio of 8 websites, delivering information on everything from breaking news and entertainment to classified listings. Combined, our websites average 4.1 million page views each month from 648,000 unique visi...more

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Irwin Smallwood | Greensboro Sports Commission

Irwin Smallwood
Irwin Smallwood Irwin Smallwood Irwin Smallwood Irwin Smallwood spent nearly a half a century as a writer and editor for the Greensboro News & Record, working in both the sports and news departments. Smallwood held the titles of Managing Editor and Executive Sports Editor along the way. His passion was golf writing, however, and for three consecutive years in the 1960s Smallwood won first place in the news division of the national golf writing competition. Smallwood also won numerous writing awards on the state and regional levels. Smallwood chaired the Greater Greensboro Open's 50th anniversary celebration in 1988, and in 1999 Smallwood was named Honorary Chairman of the tournament. The media center for the Wyndham Championship was named in honor of Smallwood. Smallwood is a member of the North Carolina Sports Hall of Fame, the Carolinas Golf Hall of Fame and the North Carolina Journalism Hall of Fame. Irwin Smallwood


Media | NC Sports Hall of Fame

Irwin Smallwood 1994
Longtime sportswriter/editor at Greensboro News & Record. Three-time winner of national golf writing competition. Member N.C. Journalism and Carolinas Golf HOFs.


David Hoggard's take on local politics and life in general from Greensboro, NC

I second David Wharton's opinion regarding former N&R editor Irwin Smallwood's idea on what to do with War Memorial Stadium as published in today's paper.
Smallwood is proposing to take a still useful and much-used stadium, and make of it a "useless monument" that its makers disavowed.


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By Irwin Smallwood, 05/09/13, 10:50AM EDT
Irwin Smallwood Irwin Smallwood Irwin Smallwood is a retired writer and editor for the Greensboro News & Record and a member of the North Carolina Sports Hall of Fame. The media center at the Wyndham Championship is named in his honor.


An entrance to a parking lot?!?!?

I second David Wharton's opinion regarding former N&R editor Irwin Smallwood's idea on what to do with War Memorial Stadium as published in today's paper.
Smallwood is proposing to take a still useful and much-used stadium, and make of it a "useless monument" that its makers disavowed. I mean, the entrance to a parking lot?Ã'Â Ã'Â ... I find Mr. Smallwood's idea of ripping one of Greensboro's major architectural landmarks from its setting, where it is much loved and valued by its neighbors, to be simply repulsive..." Mr. Smallwood is out of touch with reality if he really thinks that such an audaciousÃ'Â act of urban removal should be taken seriously.Ã'Â Problem is though, I fear some GreensboroÃ'Â taxpayers will likely read that screed then sit back and say to themselves... "hmmmm, that sounds reasonable." [...] Hoggard nor Wharton think much of retired N&R editor Irwin Smallwood's idea to move the facade [...]


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