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April is Child Abuse Prevention Month

April 14, 2017

April is Child Abuse Prevention Month. This is a time to join the organization Prevent Child Abuse North Carolina to encourage people to take simple actions daily that improve the lives of children. These impactful, yet ordinary actions can be anything from organizing neighborhood activities to offering to babysit for a neighbor. When children have […]


Pintor’s first career grand slam carries Hoppers

April 14, 2017

The smallest Hopper produced the game’s biggest swing Sunday afternoon. Luis Pintor – listed at 5-feet-9 (which might be a stretch) and 170 pounds – ripped a grand slam home run to propel the Hoppers to a 6-3 win over Hickory at First National Bank Field. It was an important bounce-back win for the Hoppers, […]


Southeast Falcons Dominate Triangle Track Meet

April 7, 2017

The Falcons of Southeast Guilford High School hosted a Triangle Track Meet with the Page Pirates and the Patriots of Southern Alamance on Thursday afternoon, March 30. The Falcons dominated the meet winning 12 of 18 events posting a score of 97.50 points to Page’s 57 and Southern Alamance’s 19.50. The Lady Falcons were led […]


Local groups stand with immigrant community

April 7, 2017

“We’re sad and we’re afraid to leave the house,” said Marlena Reyes, who hugged her children as they sobbed on the steps of the FaithAction International House on Monday evening. Reyes’ husband was detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials on the morning of March 30, as he and other men traveled to work together. […]


Book review: Flying Lessons & Other Stories

April 7, 2017

So, have you heard the one about … ? Of course you have. You’re all over social media. You know what’s going on; sometimes it feels like you’ve heard it all, and maybe you have. Now in “Flying Lessons & Other Stories,” edited by Ellen Oh, you’ll hear it from a different side. When your […]


Spartans edge Aggies, 5-4

March 31, 2017

North Carolina A&T got off to a great start against crosstown rival UNC Greensboro at First National Bank Field, home of the city’s minor league baseball team the Greensboro Grasshoppers, Wednesday night. The Spartans, however, kept chipping away at the Aggies’ lead until they came away with a 5-4 win in non-conference baseball play. Senior […]


Community forum focuses on saving Affordable Healthcare

March 31, 2017

A community forum on the state of healthcare was held at Trinity AME Zion Church on March 28 by the Greensboro Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Panel participants consisted of healthcare advocates who discussed the importance of saving the Affordable Care Act. They included: Elizabeth Freeze, development director of Planned Parenthood; Rob Luisana, […]


Film Review: I Called Him Morgan

March 31, 2017

Bee Bop. Jazz. The 1950s and 1960s were a hotbed for cool music, and the hip musicians, who played those genres on records and in smoky, dimly lit nightclubs, were a special breed. Years later, most people still revere legendary trumpeters like Miles Davis and Chet Baker and are amazed by the lives they led. […]


Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder among the elderly

March 31, 2017

We all know children that just seem to have difficulty staying in their seats. We see them squirming around, having trouble awaiting their turns in games and fidgeting with their hands. We typically see this in little boys and it is known as Attention Deficit/ Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). The truth is that we also miss […]


UNCG Spartans rally past Brown Bears, 87-84

March 24, 2017

UNCG outscored Brown 30-21 in the fourth quarter to complete a comeback Sunday afternoon (March 19) to defeat the Bears 87-84. The Spartans advance to the semifinals of the Women’s National Invitation Tournament. The 87 points are a season high for the Spartans. UNCG’s Bailey Williams took over in the final 10 minutes, scoring 15 […]


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