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Students ‘walkout’ for gun safety

March 16, 2018

Nearly 200 Grimsley High School students participated in a walkout on the morning of March 14. One month to the day of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in Parkland, Fla., thousands of schools across the U.S. participated in a nationwide school walkout. Students gathered for 17 minutes, in remembrance of the 17 students […]


Va. Union women & men win CIAA titles

March 9, 2018

MENS’ BASKETBALL Va. Union 82 Johnson C. Smith 52 CHARLOTTE – The Virginia Union University men’s basketball team claimed their first CIAA title since 2006 with an 82-52 victory over Johnson C. Smith University Saturday night at the Spectrum Center. With the victory, Virginia Union is now the fifth team since 1975 to have both […]


Civil Rights Museum faces threats after paying back city debt

March 9, 2018

The International Civil Rights Center and Museum (ICRCM) has officially paid back its debt to the city. On all accounts that is terrific news. On Thursday, March 1, the City of Greensboro sent a letter to the museum informing its board and management that the city had forgiven a $1.5 million loan made over a […]


Henrietta Raven Dial-Stanley Crowned Miss Indian North Carolina 2018-2019

March 8, 2018

On February 24, 2018, Henrietta Raven Dial-Stanley was crowned Miss Indian North Carolina 2018-2019 at the Miss Indian NC Scholarship pageant held at UNC Pembroke. She is an enrolled member of the Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina. Raven is the 19-year-old daughter of Steve Stanley and Nora Dial-Stanley of Kernersville and the granddaughter of the […]


UNCG Men win back-to-back SoCon titles

March 2, 2018

For the second-straight season, the UNCG men’s basketball team can call itself Southern Conference Champions and this year the Spartans are outright titleholders after posting an 88-75 victory over Samford Sunday afternoon (Feb. 25) at the Greensboro Coliseum in the regular season finale. The victory secures the No. 1 seed for the Spartans in the […]


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, […]


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