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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 […]

N.C. NAACP threatens mass sit-in at State Legislature

March 24, 2017

In a continuing effort to force the Republican-led N.C. General Assembly to back-off, if not repeal various “extremist” laws and measures, the N.C. NAACP Tuesday rallied supporters from across the state at the Legislative Building in Raleigh, lobbying lawmakers to work with them, or else. The “or else,” according to Rev. William Barber, president of […]

Preventing and treating the most common allergies

March 24, 2017

Many of us look forward to the start of the spring season and the warmer weather it brings, but unfortunately with that weather comes a very unwelcome condition, Allergies. It is estimated by the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of American that 50 million people, nearly one out of every five persons, suffer from allergies in […]

Harlem Globetrotter brings anti-bullying message to city

March 24, 2017

Harlem Globetrotter and N.C. A&T State University alum, Zeus McClurkin visited Northeast Guilford Middle School to deliver an anti-bullying message to the students. “At this age, bullying is more prevalent for them. I want them to understand that you don’t have to be mean to others to succeed,” said McClurkin. The program was presented by […]

Guilford teams win state titles

March 17, 2017

SW Guilford rolls over Leesville Roads, 73-49 RALEIGH – Southwest Guilford outscored Leesville Road (Raleigh) 22-11 in both the second and third quarters to pull away from the Pride on their way to a 73-49 victory and the Cowboys’ second state championship in men’s basketball. Cowboy senior guard, Kam Langley, dumped in 14 points with […]

Benefits of Growing and Eating Fresh Produce

March 17, 2017

More and more these days people want to eat healthier. Are you trying to make some changes to improve your diet? Have you considered growing your own fruits and vegetables? If yes, it’s time to get started. Growing your own food in a pot on your deck or patio, in a plot in your backyard […]

Trumpcare not good for N.C., say observers

March 17, 2017

As with the rest of the nation, North Carolina policy analysts and elected officials are up in arms over the recent Republican House proposal to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA) – which currently more than 500,000 North Carolinians depend on – and replace it with what many are calling “Trumpcare.” There is no question, […]

Sit-in essay and poster contest winners recognized

March 17, 2017

Eight GCS students were honored by N.C. A&T State University in this year’s February 1 Sit-In Essay and Poster Contest. Each year, in remembrance of the Feb. 1, 1960, sit-ins in Greensboro, the Office of Multicultural Student Affairs at N.C. A&T State University sponsors an essay and poster contest. The essays describe a cause students […]

Cash Mob spends to support local grocery store

March 10, 2017

A group of local residents descended upon a Greensboro grocery store on Saturday, March 4, to do what shoppers do best. Spend money. The group, comprised of 20-30 residents, participated in the Greensboro Black’s Cash Mob Meetup which took place at The Renaissance Community Co-op grocery store on Phillips Avenue. A cash mob is a […]

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