Oh, well, it's not like we could have done anything differently.
Meanwhile, N&R front pager says (GPV):
Across the board — in Greensboro, High Point and Guilford County — the numbers tell a continuing story of economic distress and hardship.
In Guilford, for example, median household income plunged more than $6,000, or nearly 13 percent, from 2007 through 2010. Last year, the figure totaled just over $42,000.
In High Point, per capita income fell 26 percent in the past four years, going from $26,124 in 2007 to $19,319 last year.
In Greensboro, 20.1 percent of all people lived in poverty, up nearly 4 percentage points in the past three years.
Also in Greensboro, 18.6 percent of the population had no health insurance, up nearly 4 percentage points since 2008.