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Mobile Kitchen brings healthy food options to the community

March 30, 2018

A community partnership is providing underserved communities with nutritious food options. Local minority business leaders gathered at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro on March 21 to learn more about the Hampton Family Mobile Kitchen and to discuss ways to pro-mote healthy living in communities of color. North Carolina is ranked 9th in food […]

2018 Public Notices

March 30, 2018

City of Greensboro Utility Liens

Aggie women fall to Gamecocks

March 23, 2018

So. Carolina: 63 NCA&TSU: 52 COLUMBIA, S.C. Forget all the labels that try to put limitations on what the North Carolina A&T women’s basketball team can accomplish: Historically Black college and university underdog, lower resource institution, no. 15 seed. Head coach Tarrell Robinson wanted everyone gathered at Colonial Life Arena Friday night that he came […]

Your barber may be good for your health

March 23, 2018

It has long been known that barber shops hold a very special place in the heart of the African American community. They are a place where Black men gather, talk and are treated with respect. There is comfort there, trust is there and guards may be let down. In the mist of living everyday life, […]

Movie Review: A Wrinkle in Time falls short

March 23, 2018

The science fiction fantasy novel “A Wrinkle in Time,” written in 1962 by Madeleine L’Engle, won the prestigious Newbery Medal. The author had a fascination with quantum physics and her novel reflected that interest as it explored themes of good versus evil. Initially, more than 20 publishers turned down the book. The author felt that […]

Moore encourages STEM students by sharing mother’s inspiring story

March 23, 2018

Greensboro resident Katherine Johnson Moore, the youngest daughter of distinguished NASA mathematician Katherine G. Johnson, recently visited students at Western Guilford Middle School. Katherine G. Johnson is the inspiration for the best-selling book and movie, “Hidden Figures, The American Dream and the Untold Story of the Black Women Who Helped Win the Space Race,” by […]

Nighthawks win consecutive State 3-A state titles

March 16, 2018

RALEIGH – Northern Guilford led by as much as 19-points in the first half, as the Nighthawks powered their way past Jacksonville to win the 3A Women’s Basketball State Championship. The Nighthawks earned their second straight State Championship with the victory. Northern Guilford is used to tight games in the state finals, losing in heart-breaking […]

NW Guilford Wins Second 4-A State Title

March 16, 2018

CHAPEL HILL – Southeast Raleigh built a 12-point lead early in the first quarter, but the defending 4A State Champions from Northwest Guilford slowly battled and scrapped their way back into the game for a 44-36 victory and their second straight state Metro 4-A Championship. Southeast Raleigh jumped out of the gates on fire as […]

Breast feeding is good for mother and child

March 16, 2018

It has long been known that babies gain so much when their mother’s breast feed. We know that the milk from the mother is superior to cow or other formula milks. Women’s breast milk is digested better by the babies. It is a perfect mix of vitamins and fat. The wonderful boost to the immune […]

Book review: Down the River Unto the Sea”

March 16, 2018

Something’s wrong. It may look just fine, but you know better. Call it intuition, call it plain-as-day, but there’s something off, something not-quite-right about a situation and it’s gotten under your skin. You can’t ignore it and you can’t let it be. As in the new novel, “Down the River Unto the Sea” by Walter […]

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