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NAACP Pres. Spearman: “Come together and build power”

December 14, 2018

The only way to fight harder, and stronger for equal justice, is to “…come together and build power,” Rev. Dr. T. Anthony Spearman, fifth president of the N.C. NAACP said Saturday (Dec. 8), during the State of the State of Civil Rights address at the 75th Annual Convention of the N.C. conference of branches in […]


Falcons rally past Panthers

December 7, 2018

Southeast Falcons 21 Dudley Panthers 18 The Falcons of Southeast Guilford trailed 12-0 at the half but rallied for a 21-18 win over the Dudley Panthers in the NCHSAA 3-AA East quarterfinals. Second-seeded Southeast (13-1) advances to play No. 4 Cleveland (12-2) this Friday in Shelby, N.C. at Bill Slayton Stadium. This game will determine […]


Make sure your holiday food is safe to eat

December 7, 2018

The Christmas and New Year’s holidays are wonderful times for families and friends to gather and enjoy great food. All this great food being prepared or transported to family gatherings and events makes food safety extremely important at this time of year. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) sums up the key food safety […]


Danny Rogers sworn in as new Guilford Sheriff

December 7, 2018

With his left hand on a Bible and his right hand in the air, Danny Rogers was sworn in as the new Guilford County Sheriff in a ceremony at the High Point Courthouse on December 3. Family, friends, Sheriff’s office employees, judges and community members packed the courtroom to witness history as Rogers was administered […]


Exclusive: How the N.C. NAACP put the the brakes on Farr’s nomination

December 6, 2018

Editor’s Note – Our reporter was the ONLY member of the press to accompany the N.C. NAACP delegation to Washington last week to lobby against the Thomas Farr judicial confirmation, and was with them every step of the way as they met with two Democratic Senators, and four Republican Senate staffs – including that of […]


UNCG wins 13th straight home game

November 30, 2018

UNC Greensboro men’s basketball team on Tuesday evening set a new program record for consecutive home victories when the Spartans knocked off Greensboro College by a final of 111-33. The Spartans have now won 13 straight home games dating back to last December. The victory was also UNCG’s sixth straight this season as the Spartans […]


Social isolation is a major health concern in the elderly

November 30, 2018

The holidays are generally considered a wonderful time of the year. We look forward to meeting up with family and friends. We look forward to going to parties, giving and receiving gifts and seeing those important people in our lives that we do not get to see on a regular basis. It prompts us to […]


Progressives rally forces against Farr judicial nomination

November 30, 2018

With strong signals that the Republican-led U.S. Senate may very well vote to confirm President Trump’s re-nomination of Raleigh attorney Thomas Farr, 64, to the federal bench this week, everyone from progressive activists like the N.C. NAACP, to the Congressional Black Caucus, to North Carolina’s Democratic Congressional Delegation, has mobilized to stop the vote. Two […]


Barber Park basketball courts named for MEAC Commissioner

November 22, 2018

Long-time sports advocate and the first full-time Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Commissioner (MEAC), Kenneth “Ken” Free Sr., was honored at a groundbreaking ceremony on November 16 at Barber Park. Greensboro Parks and Recreation is naming a new outdoor basketball court and the existing indoor courts at the George C. Simkins Indoor Sports Pavilion at Barber Park […]


Family asks city council to view police body cam video

November 21, 2018

The family of Marcus Deon Smith have requested that the Greensboro City Council review and publicly discuss police body worn camera footage of the night their family member died in police custody. The family, attorney and community supporters held a press conference on November 14 at Beloved Community Center detailing how the 38 year-old died […]


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