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Sunday, November 1, 2020

Vote! Democracy Depends on It

Early voting lasts until October 31 and residents can still utilize same-day registration during early voting if they have not already registered.

Black women candidates dominate 2020 elections

When the election dust settles on Nov. 3rd, North Carolina Democrats hope that four African American women elected officials will blaze historic trails of authority and service.

Early voting kicks off in Greensboro

According to early voting totals for October 21 in Guilford County, 81,235 ballots have been cast so far. The last day to request an absentee ballot is October 27.




UPS announces 141 new jobs for Greensboro

United Parcel Service (UPS) announced that it will expand its presence in North Carolina with the addition of 592 jobs in Guilford and Alamance Counties.



ELECTION 2020: Black early voting ready to break records

From today Oct. 15th, through Saturday, October 31st, early voting will take place in North Carolina.



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Johnson is entering her second season as the athletic director at VUU.
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Healthy Living
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, large family gatherings are not advised, even if Santa is well masked.
  • More Black doctors are needed

    Blacks comprise 13 percent of the overall U.S. population but only five percent of the doctors in this country are Black.



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