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Co-op promotes healthy community

March 2, 2018

Greensboro residents were invited to attend a health fair at the Renaissance Shoppes on Phillips Ave., Saturday, February 24. Participants were able to taste free samples of smoothies and fruits, observe fitness demonstrations, receive flu shots and health screenings, and a enjoy free spaghetti dinner. UNC Greensboro’s Recipe For Success, a program with the university’s […]

Residents talk gun control and education at town hall

March 2, 2018

Members of the Guilford County Democratic delegation to the state legislature: Senator Gladys A. Robinson of District 28, Representatives Amos Quick of District 58, Pricey Harrison of District 57, and Cecil Brockman of District 60 hosted a town hall meeting Tuesday, February 27, at Union Square Campus in Greensboro. The meeting served as a way […]

A&T Track & Field Crowned MEAC Champs

February 23, 2018

Women’s Track & Field North Carolina A&T’s women’s indoor track and field team accomplished history by repeating as the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Champions by winning the 2018 crown at the Prince George’s Sports & Learning Complex. The men also won making N.C. A&T the first MEAC school to win back-to-back indoor men’s and women’s track […]

Black Panther grosses $242M over holiday weekend

February 23, 2018

Disney-Marvel’s “Black Panther” smashed all box office expectations topping “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” for the second-highest four-day domestic opening of all time, with $242 million at 4,020 North American locations. The movie opened Thursday, February 15 ahead of the President’s Day holiday weekend. By Tuesday, Feb. 19 and according to Disney Pictures, “Black Panther” […]

Michaux Prepares to Leave the House

February 23, 2018

After 39 ½ years in the N.C. legislature, Durham Rep. H. M. “Mickey” Michaux Jr. announced recently that he would not be running for re-election. Given that Michaux, 87, has won 20 straight elections, his announcement gave some of the state’s top leaders pause. “For decades, Mickey Michaux has fought for justice in North Carolina, […]

Medical clinic opens in Northeast GSO

February 16, 2018

After years of community organizing, residents of Northeast Greensboro now have a new medical home. Greensboro community members and leaders gathered on February 13 to celebrate the opening of a new health clinic located in the Renaissance Shoppes on Phillips Avenue. A partnership between the community and Cone Health Medical Group, the new Renaissance Family […]

GCS Athletes Crowned 3-A Champions

February 16, 2018

High school track and field athletes ran, jumped and sprinted into the record books in Winston Salem during the state 3A Indoor Track and Field Championship held at the JDL Fast Track. The Cuthbertson Cavaliers (Union County) women’s track and field team ran away with the team title, outpacing Weddington High School (Union County) 67.5 […]

Weight loss might be easier with company

February 16, 2018

So many of us view the New Year as the starting point for new behaviors in our lives, we make those resolutions that proclaim our new behavior to ourselves. Does it matter if we make them privately versus publicly? As the song goes, “find a little help from my friends.” A little help does make […]

N.C. NAACP’s HK on J Moral March

February 16, 2018

RALEIGH – With the theme, ‘Taking Resistance to the Ballot Box,” the 12th Annual Moral March/Historic Thousands on Jones Street People’s Assembly in Raleigh Feb. 10 attracted thousands of demonstrators from across the state despite heavy rains. With protest signs castigating everything from the Trump Administration, to North Carolina’s legislative Republican leadership, the extraordinarily diverse […]

58th Sit-In Anniversary Breakfast Celebration

February 9, 2018

White House correspondent for American Urban Radio Networks and CNN political analyst April Ryan served as keynote speaker at North Carolina A&T State University’s annual gathering to celebrate and remember the courageous act of four A&T freshmen: Ezell Blair Jr. (Jibreel Khazan), Franklin McCain, Joseph McNeil and David Richmond. This yearly tradition commemorates the four […]

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