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TV watching is the worst type of sitting

June 16, 2017

So many people are trying to take better care of their bodies by eating right and exercising. Some are building periods of exercise into their days while others have the ability to go and exercise before, during or after work. More employers have recognized that a healthier work force means a decrease in the cost […]


2017 NC Powerade State Games

June 9, 2017

The 31st annual Powerade State Games of North Carolina wrapped up last weekend at the N.C.A&T Irwin Belk Track & Field Complex. It is North Carolina’s largest multi-sport event. The Powerade State Games involved more than 1698 youth on Saturday and 151 masters’ athletes on Sunday competing at Greensboro’s American Hebrew Academy. According to organizers, […]


Middle College at Bennett holds 2017 graduation

June 9, 2017

The Middle College at Bennett honored 23 young women with their high school diplomas Wednesday morning (May 31). All 23 graduates have been accepted into a two- or four-year college, and all have transferable college credits that will help put them ahead when they further their education in the fall. Graduate Jakara Jordan received the […]


Upcoming NCAAP Meeting

June 9, 2017

The next Executive Committee meeting of the Greensboro Branch of the NAACP will be held on Thursday, June 22 at 6 p.m. at New Light Missionary Baptist Church; 1105 Willow Road; 27406. The June Membership Meeting of the Greensboro Branch will be held on Sunday, June 25, 5 p.m. at Trinity AME Zion Church; 631 […]


It’s a Matter of Your Health

June 9, 2017

We all want to look as great as we can. When we look in the mirror we want to make sure that all hairs are in place, no hems are loose and that we have an overall pleasing look. Some of us long for the body we had when we were young and generally more […]


N.C. High Court told to review redistricting maps third time

June 1, 2017

For a third time since 2011, the state Supreme Court will have to review North Carolina’s legislative and congressional redistricting maps, and this time, North Carolina justices will have to heed the U.S. High Court’s finding that the state’s redistricting process is unconstitutionally flawed because of racial gerrymandering. The U.S. Supreme Court Tuesday sent a […]


Early College at Guilford Graduation Celebrates 46 Scholars

June 1, 2017

The Early College at Guilford’s graduation celebrated the accomplishments of its 46 students Thursday afternoon, May 25. Graduates earned $8.3 million in scholarship offers, including some of the most competitive in the nation: Park Scholarship, Duke Trinity Scholarship, Duke Robertson Scholarship, Wake Forest Gordon Scholarship, National Merit and more. On top of challenging academics, 100 […]


Fitness trackers: Good but not perfect

June 1, 2017

The fitness tracker craze is very strong and seems to be getting stronger. It seems to be a sign that we as Americans are hopefully getting into a good space as we work on our physical fitness. The trackers, at one time, were quite bulky and unattractive. Well, that has been addressed. Developers have invented […]


Triad faith leaders rally around immigrants

June 1, 2017

About two dozen clergy and faith leaders from throughout the Triad gathered at FaithAction International House (FAIH) in Greensboro on May 30 to speak out against recent anti-immigration efforts and to take action regarding the safety and welfare of immigrants. Faith-based leaders from Greensboro, Kernersville, High Point and Winston Salem addressed the inhumane treatment and […]


Aggies send 13 athletes to NCAA Nationals

June 1, 2017

LEXINGTON, KY.  – North Carolina A&T Aggies will roll into the NCAA Division I Track and Field Outdoor Championships in Eugene, Ore., in record fashion after completing a historic NCAA Division I East Preliminary Round. Approximately 13 of the university’s record 20 athletes sent to the East Prelims will head to the University of Oregon’s […]


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