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40th HAECO Invitational Tournament

January 1, 2016

Northwest Lady Vikings are repeat champs The Northwest Guilford Vikings won their second consecutive HAECO Invitational girls’ basketball tournament with a 47-32 win over the Page Pirates. Viking senior Hayley Barber won her second consecutive MVP award while also being named to the All-Tournament team. Barber and Morgan Pointer both scored 11 points apiece to […]

Aggies ‘Celebrate’ Championship

December 23, 2015

ATLANTA – There is a saying that permeates inside the Bryan Fitness and Wellness Center and Aggie Stadium on the campus of North Carolina A&T State University. If something good happens, keep paying. If something bad happens, keep playing. There was plenty of good and bad that happened to N.C. A&T during the inaugural Air […]

NC High Court Rulings Set Stage for Fiery 2016

December 23, 2015

RALEIGH – Those in the social activist movement got a one-two punch to their cause Dec. 18 when the NC Supreme Court announced two devastating decisions that effectively further rolled back gains achieved prior to the Republican-led takeover of state government five years ago. First, the state High Court decided, 4-3 along party lines, to […]

Jews & Muslims Unite

December 18, 2015

In light of the anti-Muslim rhetoric being blasted on the national and international stage, a group of local Jewish and Muslim high school students gathered last Thursday night (Dec. 10) for an evening of dialogue, prayer and fellowship. As part of a celebration on National Human Rights Day, more than 30 area high schol seniors […]

NC Black Press, NCNAACP & NNPA partner in voter effort

December 18, 2015

DURHAM, NC – The NCNAACP, NNPA and African American newspapers associated with the NC Black Publishers Association (NCBPA) have now joined forces for the most massive nonpartisan voter registration, education, mobilization and ballot protection movement in North Carolina’s history for the 2016 elections. Representatives of the NCNAACP met with NCBPA publishers Dec. 11 in Durham, […]

4-AA Football Championship: Mallard Creek overpowers Page

December 18, 2015

Quarterback James Smith had a big game for Mallard Creek (Charlotte). He lead the Mavericks to a 49-6 victory over Page in the North Carolina High School Athletic Association’s state 4-AA football championship game played at Carter-Finley Stadium in Raleigh. Mallard Creek led 7-0 after one quarter but capitalized on six Page turnovers to score […]

Winter weather preperation is a good health practice

December 14, 2015

Many of us may not be cold weather fans but Mother Nature has earned our respect. To that end, there are some cold weather related health preparations we should perform. We routinely make sure our cars have been winterized. Making sure that the tires are in good shape is part of that. Do not forget […]

Charlotte Catholic ends Dudley’s championship quest

December 11, 2015

The unbeaten Charlotte Catholic Cougars (15-0) ended any hopes of the Dudley Panthers (13-2) playing for a state championship with a 17-8 victory at Tarpley Stadium Friday, Dec. 4. The Cougars scored first and capitalized on a Dudley bad snap over the kicker’s head. The Panthers’ defense held the Cougars to a 39-yard field goal. […]

Aaron is new pastor at Providence Baptist Church

December 11, 2015

On Sunday, December 6, 2015, Providence Baptist Church, Greensboro’s oldest African American Baptist congregation, elected Dr. Darryl Warren Aaron to be the church’s new pastor and senior minister. The Providence pulpit has been vacant for the first time in almost fifty years following the death on March 12, of this year of its longtime minister, […]

Superintendent resigns

December 11, 2015

After seven-plus years at the helm of Guilford County Schools (GCS), Maurice O. “Mo” Green resigned Tuesday evening as superintendent to lead assume leadership of the Z. Smith Reynolds (ZSR) Foundation in Winston-Salem. Green made the announcement at the close of the Guilford County Board of Education meeting this evening. While details are still being […]

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