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for Southern City Vol. 48 Issue 12, Dec 1998
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Jesse Warren was city attorney of Greensboro from 1961 until his retirement in November, 1998. During his tenure he dealt with some high-profile situations, including the civil rights demonstrations of the early 1960s and the November, 1979, shoot-out between members of the Nazi Party, the Ku Klux Klan, and the Community Workers Party that left five dead.
The state opened its first community learning center in October. Heritage Park, a southeast Raleigh public housing complex, was chosen for the pilot project. The center brings existing resources to the community, providing basic job and educational skills to both students and parents.