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Aggies Clinch MEAC South Title

May 17, 2019

Looking for instructions on how a player should play on his or her Senior Day? Senior Jarrett Norman just wrote the book. Norman came into the Aggies’ crucial Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) doubleheader against Florida A&M on Friday at War Memorial Stadium batting .190. When the day was over, he was 7-for-8 with two doubles, […]


Protect yourself and your children from the dangers of vaping

May 17, 2019

The United States Surgeon General, Vice Admiral Jerome M. Adams, M.D., officially declared e-cigarette (vaping) use among youth an epidemic. The rates have skyrocketed in teens over the last year. These rates were doubled in teens that were 12th graders and also in kids that were as young as those in the sixth grade. This […]


School board votes to close Hampton, repair Gateway

May 17, 2019

The Guilford County School board voted to close one school and approved a request for funds to repair another school at its May 14 meeting. The board voted 6 to 3 to close Hampton Elementary School, at 2301 Trade Street in East Greensboro. Board members Byron Gladden (District 7), Darlene Garrett (District 5) and Linda […]


Greensboro’s Homeless Day Shelter celebrates 10 years

May 16, 2019

The Interactive Resource Center (IRC) celebrated its 10 year anniversary with a block party on May 10, complete with barbecue, beer and wine, live music, games and activities. Opened in 2009, the IRC is currently Guilford County’s only day resource center for people facing, experiencing or coming out of homelessness. The IRC serves about 200 […]


A&T Aggie Track & Field teams crowned MEAC Champions

May 10, 2019

The North Carolina A&T men’s and women’s outdoor track and field teams won their respective Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) outdoor championships Saturday, May 4. WOMEN’S TRACK & FIELD Florida A&M has proven to be a formidable opponent for the North Carolina A&T women’s outdoor track and field team over the past two years at the […]


Measles cases continue to rise in the United States

May 10, 2019

Measles cases are increasing again across the nation. As of late April, 2019, measles outbreaks have occurred in various areas of New York State, New York City, New Jersey, Washington D.C., California and Michigan. Although there are currently no measles cases in Guilford County, Guilford County Department of Public Health is closely monitoring our local […]


Bennett College holds spring Commencement

May 10, 2019

Fifty-two Belles were conferred degrees in front of a host of family and friends on the campus Quadrangle at Bennett College’s spring 2019 Commencement exercises on Saturday, May 4. Senior Class President Tyler Binion, who earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration on Saturday, revved up her classmates and told them during her […]


N.C. Korean Festival at Center City Park

May 2, 2019

Hundreds of people flocked to Center City Park in downtown Greensboro on Saturday, April 27 to celebrate and learn about Korean culture at the 2019 North Carolina Korean Festival. Hosted by the Korean-American Association of Greater Greensboro, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., the park was full of people enjoying music, Korean games, art activities […]


Rural hospital CEOs call for Medicaid expansion

May 2, 2019

At a roundtable meeting Wednesday seven CEOs of rural North Carolina hospitals explained to Gov. Roy Cooper and state Health and Human Services Sec. Mandy Cohen that expanding Medicaid would help their institutions keep the doors open. There were some common elements to all their stories. For starters, all of their hospitals are operating on […]


School board discusses budget, approves funds for Gateway

May 2, 2019

The Guilford County Board of Education approved funds in the proposed budget to pay for repairs at Gateway Education Center. The board voted 7 to 2 at it’s meeting on April 30 to request that Guilford County Commissioners reallocate $1.9 million of $7 million in bond money to fund CTE programs for repairs to Gateway […]


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