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Friday , December 13th 2019

Cell phones can be beneficial to one’s health

November 22, 2019

Just about everyone has a cell phone today. It used to be a necessity for some jobs but now it has become one of those things that we all must have. Cell phones have almost become a necessity of life. Few people will leave the house without their phone. The phones make us all accessible […]

N.C.A&TSU Aggies face NCCU Eagles, one win from Celebration Bowl

November 22, 2019

N.C. A&T: 47 Bethune-Cookman: 17 As another memorable regular season draws to a close, the A&T football team finds itself near a destination it has sought from the very beginning. Win one more game and they can start making reservations for Atlanta. That’s the scenario they’ll face this weekend when the Aggies square off against […]

NCCJ honors Qubein and McSwain at Brotherhood/Sisterhood Citation Award Dinner

November 22, 2019

Thousands came out to celebrate the community’s commitment to diversity and inclusion with the NCCJ (National Conference for Community and Justice) 53rd Annual Brotherhood/Sisterhood Citation Award Dinner on Wednesday, November 13 at the Koury Convention Center. Each year, the Brotherhood/Sisterhood Citation Award Dinner convenes more than 1,000 local business and community leaders to honor two […]

The flu is a serious disease. Treat it so.

November 15, 2019

This time of year your healthcare providers will be asking you to get a flu shot. It is remarkable to me that so many people do not want to get them. The reason people give for not wanting to receive their flu vaccines run the gamut. Let me give some facts about why receiving a […]

A&T upset by Morgan State, 22-16

November 15, 2019

A strange thing happened last weekend during what A&T assumed would be a quiet stroll to an upcoming MEAC title showdown. Along the way, the Aggies were forced to make a sudden detour to a place called Humility-ville. For the second year in a row, the Aggies faced a seemingly overmatched, one-win Morgan State team, […]

GCS BOE approves new appeals process for student suspensions

November 15, 2019

Guilford County Schools is now the first public school district in the state to have an appeals process for short-term suspensions. The Guilford County Board of Education approved changes to the district’s Student Discipline Policy in a five to four vote on Tuesday night. Dozens of parents, community members, pastors and elected officials packed the […]

PHSSCA celebrates 49 years of service

November 14, 2019

On October 17, Piedmont Health Services and Sickle Cell Agency (PHSSCA) held its Annual Sickle Cell Gala, a celebration of providing minority health services to the community. The theme for the occasion was “49 Years of Service: We’ve Come This Far by Faith.” The Sickle Cell Gala is a fundraising event held every year to […]

The Greensboro Symphony Orchestra presents Italian Inspirations: Xavier Foley

November 8, 2019

The Greensboro Symphony Orchestra (GSO) presents Tanger Outlets Masterworks Series – Italian Inspirations, sponsored by Arch MI, on November 21 and 23 at 8 p.m. at Guilford College’s Dana Auditorium. Sharing the stage will be the acclaimed double bassist, Xavier Foley, performing Bottesini’s Concerto No. 2 for double bass and orchestra. This will be preceded […]

Grimsley victorious over Ragsdale

November 8, 2019

In Friday’s Metro 4 -A match, the host Grimsley Whirlies football squad scored a 33-25 victory over Ragsdale Tigers. Ragsdale led 13-7 at the end of the first quarter. It was tied at the break 13 all. Grimsley outscored the Ragsdale 20-12 over the second half. Christofer Zellous, a senior quarterback, led the Whirlies with […]

Interfaith Sunday Service remembers GSO Massacre

November 8, 2019

“Right now is the time for all of us to do the work of faith,” said Rev. J. Herbert Nelson, clerk of the Presbyterian Church (USA) on November 3 at Shiloh Baptist Church. Rev. Nelson was the guest speaker for Sunday’s Interfaith Worship Service on “The Role of Church Communities in Today’s Quest for Economic, […]

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