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Tuesday, January 24, 2020

Greensboro Day School HAECO champions again

January 1, 2020

Greensboro Day 62 Smith 57 Coach Freddy Johnson’s Bengals have won eight of the last nine HAECO Invitational tournaments. They lost in OT to Northwest Guilford in 2018. Early in the fourth quarter, Silas Mason gave the Eagles a 43-42 lead after trailing by ten. Tournament MVP Brock Williams, a junior guard from Greensboro Day, […]


2019 HAECO Invitational (Girls): Vikings upset Tigers

January 1, 2020

NW Guilford 52 Ragsdale 30 The defending HAECO champion Ragsdale Tigers were upset by the Northwest Guilford Vikings by a scores of 52-30. The Vikings won five of the last six tournament titles. After a close first half, Northwest led 25-20. Ragsdale was outscored 26-10 over the second half. Northwest was led by two All-Tournament […]


Check on your elderly friends and family

January 1, 2020

At this time of the season I’d like to take this time to remind us all that we need to care for the older members of our family. As I slowly approach those years myself, I see so much in my patients that needs to be done. Spend time with your older relatives and friends. […]


Republicans outraged over judge’s voter ID ruling

January 1, 2020

To hear Republicans tell it, U.S. District Court Judge Loretta Biggs is playing politics, legislating from the federal bench in her decision to temporarily block the state’s voter ID law from being implemented during the March 3, 2020 North Carolina primaries. After all, if 34 other states can compel their citizens to show photo identification […]


Battling the Holiday Blues

December 27, 2019

It’s the MOST WONDERFUL time of the year. That’s how the saying goes, but there are some who don’t like this time of year; in actuality, they dread it. This time of year can be difficult for those who have been forced into transition, whether it be the death of a loved one or pet, […]


Time to Celebrate! Aggies win third straight bowl game

December 26, 2019

ATLANTA – In what has become an annual pilgrimage to a place known as the Empire State of the South, A&T once again proved to be the most dominant empire in the world of HBCU football. Matching their highest scoring output of the season, the Aggies raced ahead of Alcorn State before halftime and then […]


GCD Celebrates Families

December 26, 2019

After nearly a year as a member at United Way of Greater Greensboro’s Family Success Center at Guilford Child Development, Cristina Plata has excelled at public speaking, takes yoga and Zumba classes regularly, and has completed courses towards obtaining a GED. Plata is just one member recognized for her accomplishments at United Way of Greater […]


Tips for a safe and healthy holiday

December 20, 2019

The holidays are upon us and we are ready to enjoy them with family and friends. As we reflect upon the year and all that has transpired, we must also take time to safeguard our health. The director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC-P), Dr. Robert Redfield, sends greeting for the holidays […]


Reidsville shuts out Elizabeth City NE

December 19, 2019

Reidsville 14 Eliz.City NE 0 WINSTON-SALEM – The Reidsville Rams were dominant defensively and worked together just enough offense to overcome Northeastern of Elizabeth City for the second year in a row to win their 18th N.C.HSAA State Football Championship. The Rams nipped Northeastern just one year ago, a come from behind win, 31-28. This […]


Adams Lauds Congress Making Future Act Permanent

December 19, 2019

For almost two months, it looked as if the U.S. Senate was going to allow Rep. Alma Adams’ FUTURE Act bill – established in 2008, which reauthorizes “…$255 million in critical funding for “Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs) for the next two years, including $85 million for HBCUs – to go the way of other measures […]


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