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Wednesday , February 20th 2019

Z. Smith Reynolds & Papa John’s Step up for Bennett College

January 30, 2019

Within a span to 24-hours last week, both the Papa John’s Foundation and the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation donated $500,000 a piece to Bennett College, making both donations the largest gifts the academic institution has received since administrators announced they need to raise a minimum of $5 million by Friday, Feb. 1 to remain accredited. […]

North Carolina woman celebrates 111th birthday

January 30, 2019

Christine Adams Ireland celebrated her 111th birthday on January 19, 2019. And she just may be the oldest living person in North Carolina, and possibly the country, according to N.C. NAACP President, Rev. T. Anthony Spearman. “It’s significant for anyone to reach the age of 100, and to exceed it by 11 years is very […]

MLK Jr. Day of Service

January 24, 2019

“We have to remember who Dr. King was. Dr. King was someone who challenged the status quo. He was someone who understood bringing communities together would be good for our country,” said Janaye Ingram, keynote speaker for the 2019 Greensboro Human Relations Commission annual Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Breakfast. Ingram, who was named one […]

Bengals sink Vikings, 77-51

January 18, 2019

The Greensboro Coliseum Fieldhouse served as the site for the 2019 North Carolina Scholastic Basketball Classic on Saturday, Jan. 12. Game one featured the Greenfield Knights (16-4) vs. the Northwest Guilford Vikings (11-2). The Knights jumped out to an early lead and never trailed in the game. The Bengals dominated the boards on both ends […]

Renaissance Community Co-op Closing

January 18, 2019

Members of the Renaissance Community Co-op’s (RCC) executive board recently announced the grocery store’s closing after being open a mere two years during a January 14 communty meeting held at the co-op, 2517 Phillips Ave. in Greensboro. The co-op’s executive board provided details to co-op owners and community members regarding why the store was closing. […]

Don’t make drastic changes with New Year’s resolutions

January 11, 2019

It is indeed wonderful to see so many people willing to make changes in their lifestyles at the beginning of the year. Taking better care of your body can only be a good thing. Be realistic in making your goals and be safe in caring for your body. Drastic changes may not be called for. […]

Warhol Artwork On Exhibit at UNCG

January 11, 2019

A new exhibit titled “Andy Warhol: Prints, Polaroids, and Photographs from the Collection” is being featured now through Feb 3 in Gallery 6 at the The Weatherspoon Art Museum, located on the campus of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Andy Warhol explored the relationships among artistic expression, celebrity culture, and popular culture that […]

Avery Crump Makes History

January 11, 2019

Former District Court Judge Avery Crump took her place in the history books as the first female and first African American District Attorney elected in Guilford County. The historic swearing-in ceremony took place on Wednesday, January 2 at the Guilford County Courthouse in Greensboro. “This is a personal honor and privilege for me,” said Judge […]

Tigers end Vikings’ fifth championship quest

January 4, 2019

The Ragsdale Tigers used a relentless full-court press and ball-hawking man-to-man defense to force 21 turnovers and come from six points behind in the fourth quarter for a 50-45 win over Northwest Guilford. “It’s about a bunch of seniors that came here that were really bad their freshman year that have turned this program around,” […]

Vikings upset Bengals, 68-67 OT

January 4, 2019

Northwest Guilford rallied from a five-point deficit in the final 1:05 of overtime to stun Greensboro Day School 68-67 for the win. The Vikings’ Brandon Thomas drove the length of the court and scored with 5.6 seconds left in overtime, and Northwest Guilford ended Greensboro Day’s record run of seven consecutive HEACO boys’ championships at […]

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