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Aggies upset 49ers, move up in national poll

September 22, 2017

North Carolina A&T is being greatly rewarded for its 35-31 upset over the Charlotte 49ers in non-conference football action last Saturday. The Aggies (3-0), who are allotted 22 fewer scholarships than the 49ers, witnessed how much that means to voters in the NCAA FCS Coaches Poll and the STATS FCS Media Poll on Monday. N.C. […]

Notice of October 10, 2017 Municipal Primary Guilford County Board of Elections

Is addiction to nicotine a problem or part of a problem?

Did you know that in the United States there are more than 480,000 yearly tobacco related deaths? When we think of this we automatically think that addiction to nicotine is the root of the problem. Is that really the problem or is the addiction to nicotine just part of the problem? There are more than […]

Public Library welcomes Hidden Figures author Margot Lee Shetterly

The Greensboro Public Library and community partners will host Margot Lee Shetterly at noon on Thursday, September 28 at GTCC’s Koury Auditorium; 601 E Main St.; Jamestown and 7 p.m. at Dana Auditorium on the Guilford College Campus. Both events are free and open to the public. Shetterly is the author of the New York […]

Rochelle and Spearman vie to be next N.C. NAACP President

Editor’s note: During the upcoming 74th Annual N.C. NAACP Convention in Raleigh, current president, Bishop Dr. William Barber will be stepping down after 12 years, and a new president will be elected between Rev. Dr. Portia Rochelle, president of the Raleigh-Apex NAACP Chapter, and Rev. Dr. T. Anthony Spearman, Third Vice President of the N.C. […]

A Musical Extravaganza!

September 15, 2017

An estimated more than 150,000 people descended on Downtown Greensboro last weekend for music, food and fun at The 77th National Folk Festival. The annual cultural fest featured performances and demonstrations by more than 300 musicians, dancers, and craftspeople from across the nation, showcased on seven stages. It also included children’s activities, savory Southern and […]

Defense powers Dudley past Hillside

The Dudley Panthers football team won a non-conference game against Durham Hillside by a score of 14-7 Friday night at Tarply Stadium. The Panthers improved to 4-0 while the Hornets fell to 1-3. Senior quarterback Gerald Simpson led the Panthers’ offense with 10-of-14 passes for 116 yards and a touchdown pass to Nigel Fitzgerald on […]

Show Your Heart Some Love!

Even though we talk about it all year long, Heart disease remains the leading cause of death in the United States and the second leading cause of death in North Carolina. Did you know that each year, more than 600,000 people in the U.S. die as a result of heart disease? In North Carolina, more […]

State GOP full steam on judicial redistricting

When the Republican-led N.C. General Assembly reconvenes for its second Special Session of the year on Wednesday, October 4 at 12 noon, expect judicial redistricting to be front in center. That point was made clear this week when the House Select Committee of Judicial Redistricting gaveled in Tuesday to begin the process of determining how […]

Wildcats capitalize on fumbles, top Whirlies, 31-7

September 11, 2017

The Eastern Guilford Wildcats defeated the Grimsley Whirlies 31-7 Monday night at Greensboro’s Jamieson Stadium. Eastern improved to 3-0 while Grimsley dropped to 1-2. After a scoreless first quarter, Eastern quarterback Dominique Graves capped a 68-yard touchdown drive with a seven-yard touchdown somersault. The PAT was good and the Wildcats led 7-0. Graves led Eastern […]

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