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Cone Health gifts CPR kits to 12 Guilford County schools

June 29, 2018

In partnership with the American Heart Association and Guilford County Schools, Cone Health has donated life-saving equipment to 12 Guilford County schools at the Principals Meeting on Thursday, June 21. Thanks to a generous grant provided by the Cone Health, 12 Guilford County school principals received a CPR in Schools Training Kit for their school […]

The Hampton Jazz Festival

June 29, 2018

HAMPTON, VA. – Grammy winner “Uncle Charlie,” better known as Charlie Wilson, was Friday’s featured headliner at the Hampton Jazz Festival. Wilson opened with the high energy, toe-tapping, get up and dance song, “Party Train.” He continued with a melody of hits like “Charlie, Last Name Wilson,” “Everybody Have a Good Time,” and “There Goes […]

Greensboro community calls for Cure Violence model

June 29, 2018

A group of community members and leaders are calling for a new way to combat deadly violence in the city. In response to three shootings on Monday, June 25 that left three people dead and one in critical condition, concerned citizens gathered at Prestige Barber College on Phillips Avenue on June 26 to generate support […]

This is the season to enjoy fresh fruits and vegetables

June 22, 2018

Warm weather has arrived and one of the great things about this time of the year is the abundance of fresh fruits and vegetables. Fresh fruits and veggies are in abundance during this time of year. Grocery stores and community markets are overflowing with fresh farm raised goods for purchase. The question is, what techniques […]

2018 grads embark on new beginnings!

June 22, 2018

It’s that special time of year again when high school seniors across the county don caps and gowns in their school colors and take that final walk across the stage. Guilford County Schools graduated nearly 5,600 students between May 23 and June 17. According to the district, Guilford County’s class of 2018 earned a record […]

Community comes together to cure violence

June 21, 2018

A group of Greensboro residents have come together to help curb violence in the community. Community members, CJ Brinson, youth pastor at Faith Christian Church and Gene Blackmon, owner of Prestige Barber College, led a public meeting at Windsor Community Center on June 18 in order to hear the concerns of Greensboro residents regarding how […]

GAC’s Learn to Swim: 2nd graders make a splash!

June 15, 2018

A special graduation ceremony was held on Wednesday, June 6 at the Greensboro Aquatic Center (GAC) for a select group of Guilford County Schools System second graders. These young students participated in GAC’s “Learn-to-Swim” program. This year, the popular program taught a record number 1,388 second graders how to swim and increased the number of […]

Suicides remind us that forms of mental illness are real diseases

June 15, 2018

The media has been ablaze as we observe how the nation’s suicide rate is climbing. Patients tell me they cannot understand how successful individuals like fashion designer Kate Spade and renown author, chef and world traveler Anthony Bourdain – people with great wealth and status- could end their lives by committing suicide. “What were they […]

Lawmakers and N.C. NAACP react to new voter ID attempt

June 15, 2018

Black Democratic lawmakers in the State House are on one page when it comes to warning all about the newest attempt by Republican legislative leaders to put voter photo ID back on North Carolina law books, except this time, Republicans want the public to approve it by referendum so that they can come back later […]

Aggies’ great season ends at NCAA Region

June 8, 2018

CHAPEL HILL – After losing to UNC Chapel Hill 11 to 0 Friday, the N.C. A&T Aggies faced the Purdue Boilermakers. Saturday’s two-hour, twenty-eight-minute rain delay slowed down the conclusion of the best season in North Carolina A&T Aggies baseball history. Once the skies did clear, Purdue, who had a double-digit lead when the delay […]

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