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Sunday, September 27, 2020

How to deal with laundry during COVID-19

August 28, 2020

So, in a pandemic it is important to clean hard surfaces such as doorknobs, countertops and boxes we bring in the house. There are different rules we should consider when dealing with soft surfaces such as laundry. It is generally believed that it is less likely to transmit COVID-19 from a soft surface than a […]


Shaw selects Knox to be next AD

August 28, 2020

RALEIGH – After a national search, Shaw University President, Dr. Paulette Dillard, has announced the appointment of George Knox as its new Director of Athletics. Knox assumes the role on September 1, 2020, succeeding Dr. Alfonza L. Carter, who announced his retirement after serving nearly two decades in the position. Knox brings over a decade […]


Adams gets few answers from Postmaster General

August 28, 2020

Two North Carolina Congressional Members, Rep. Mark Walker (R) and Rep. Alma Adams (D), collided Monday during the Democrat-led U.S. House Committee on Oversight and Reform’s six-hour hearing on the U.S. Postal Service. The hearing was slated to examine whether Greensboro resident Louis DeJoy, the U.S. Postmaster General, is deliberately ramping down postal service nationwide […]


Library and History Museum Celebrate 100 Years of Women’s Suffrage

August 27, 2020

This year marks the 100th anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment, guaranteeing women’s constitutional right to vote. The Greensboro Public Library and Greensboro History Museum are celebrating with Represent: From Women’s Suffrage to Changing the World, three days of free programming starting Thursday, August 27. On Thursday, August 27 at 6 p.m. log […]


GCS puts out call for donated devices

August 27, 2020

Guilford County Schools’ leaders are asking the community to donate electronic devices or cash to aid in virtual learning for 5,200 students across the county. The district is focusing on Kindergarteners and first graders as a priority, in which 12,000 additional devices have already been distributed. Guilford County students began online instruction Monday, Aug. 17 […]


The Anxiety Keeps on Growing

August 21, 2020

We thought it would be over by now. As December 2019 rolled into January 2020, we celebrated the entre into a new year as most of us do. Some of us were in New Year’s Eve parties, others of us were in Watch Night Services, and still others simply went to bed saying, “I’ll see […]


Pitchford Earns SoCon Woman Of The Year Honor

August 21, 2020

The Southern Conference (SoCon) named Alexis Pitchford of UNC Greensboro (UNCG) and Natalie Srinivasan of Furman as its nominees for the 2020 NCAA Woman of the Year award. Selected from a program-record pool of 605 school nominees, the 161 conference-level nominees represent student-athletes from 21 different sports spanning all three NCAA divisions. Of those nominated, […]


Dance Project keeps dancers moving forward

August 21, 2020

Dance Project’s Fall 2020 classes will keep dancers moving forward, engaging the whole student with a focus on wellness and building community through dance. Kids, teens, and adults can expect live, online classes with our top-notch instructors, active creativity, and a nurturing space in which to learn, grow, and connect. There will be two seven-week […]


Public schools open remotely

August 21, 2020

The first day of school already has a special buzz about it, and Guilford County Schools’ first day for the 2020-2021 school year definitely generated a buzz. Students were unable to log on to the state supported learning portal for more than three hours on August 17. Guilford County Schools were alerted that the North […]


As Postmaster backs down, high capacity sorting machines still missing

August 21, 2020

After pointed threats to have both his job and his head if he didn’t straighten out the mess at the U.S. Postal Service, on Tuesday, President Trump’s Postmaster General Louis DeJoy, who is also a Greensboro resident, did an abrupt about-face, by ordering all “cost-cutting initiatives postponed” until after the Nov. 3rd General Elections. But […]


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