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MEAC Track & Field Championships: Aggie men hit their stride

May 15, 2018

The North Carolina A&T men’s track and field team led Bethune-Cookman by only one point going into the final event of the 2018 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Outdoor Track and Field Championships at A&T’s Irwin Belk Track Saturday (May 5). That last event was the 4×400 meter relay. Advantage N.C. A&T. For the third straight outdoor […]


Work environment can be bad for one’s health

May 11, 2018

To say that life is stressful for many people is an understatement. Much of our daily living revolves around work. Many people work primarily for financial viability and stability and more often than not, one’s work environment does very little to maintain or even help improve one’s health. In recent years, healthcare providers worldwide have […]


Fox 8 news anchor Kerry Charles heads to Atlanta

May 11, 2018

For the past seven years, Kerry Charles has been a staple in the Triad community. You can count on turning on WGHP FOX 8 every morning to see his bright smile and enjoy his humor. You see him at local events, parades and dinners around the Triad, even walking the halls at Aycock Middle School. […]


Bennett College 2018 Graduation

May 10, 2018

Bennett College conferred degrees upon 78 graduates at its 2018 Spring Commencement on Saturday, May 5 on the campus Quadrangle. “Dear Bennett Belles, please cherish this day, a day that is truly all about you,” Dr. Phyllis Worthy Dawkins, Bennett President said. “After all, despite your anxiety when you first entered the college, and the […]


Greensboro remembers a notable resident and Special Olympian

May 4, 2018

Saturday was a very special day to celebrate the life of a very special person, Marty Sheets, who back in 1968 at age 15, became the first person to represent his hometown of Greensboro in the first International Special Olympics Games, held in Chicago. Sheets was posthumously honored on Saturday, April 28, with the unveiling […]


What exactly is “Comfort Care”?

May 4, 2018

The debate on how to care for people who are near the end of their lives has been brought to the forefront recently with the passing of former First Lady Barbara Bush. Mrs. Bush, known as the enforcer, lived up to that mantel to the end of her life. She chose her own way of […]


Candidates with a 2018 Primary Election

May 4, 2018

Guilford County Commission District 8 Melvin “Skip” Alston (D) was selected by the Guilford County Democratic Party in May 2017 to complete the unexpired term of the District 8 representative. Alston was the first African American chairman of the board back in 2003 and retired from the Guilford County Commission in 2012 after 20 years […]


Cone Health Foundation ranks in top 10 funders for HIV support

April 27, 2018

The 15th annual Philanthropic Support to Address HIV/AIDS report recently released by Funders Concerned About AIDS (FCAA), ranks Cone Health Foundation 8th for funding HIV programs and services among “Deep South” states (defined by the Southern AIDS Strategy Initiative as: Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Texas). According to FCAA, […]


Guilford County High School Track & Field Championships

April 27, 2018

Southeast Guilford High School hosted the Guilford County Track and Field Championships on Saturday, April 21. Fifteen Guilford County high schools participated: High Point Andrews; Dudley; Eastern Guilford; Grimsley; High Point Central; Northeast Guilford; Northern Guilford; Northwest Guilford; Page; Piedmont Classical; Ragsdale; Smith; Southeast Guilford; Southern Guilford; Southwest Guilford and Western Guilford. Southeast Guilford won […]


Residents and volunteers prepare for long road ahead

April 27, 2018

It has been a little over a week since a tornado tore through East Greensboro, devastating schools and businesses and displacing hundreds of residents. Jerald Brown Jr., along with his wife and three children, lost their Florida Street home of three years and have had to relocate to an apartment in West Greensboro. The home […]


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