Greensboro's African American Community Newspaper
Reach Us At: (336) 274-6210
Greensboro weather

Wednesday , June 26th 2019

Dudley mauls Page

November 6, 2015

The Dudley High Panthers took a giant step toward winning their second consecutive Metro 4-A Conference football championship with a 35-7 win over Page High Friday night at a Tarpley Stadium filled to capacity. With the win, Dudley improved to 9-1 overall, and 4-0 in Metro 4A while Page fell to 8-2, 3-1. Dudley will […]


Opposition follows after governor signs immigration bill

November 6, 2015

More than 100 people gathered at the International Civil Rights Center and Museum last Wednesday to protest an immigration bill that was signed into law earlier that day.


Incumbents sweep elections

November 6, 2015

The people have voted, the ballots have been counted, and Greensboro wants two more years of Vaughan, and the rest of the Greensboro City Council ncumbents as well.


The Greatest Homecoming Parade on Earth

October 30, 2015

Police-community relations at the forefront of candidate forum

October 30, 2015

Sitting Greensboro Mayor Nancy Vaughn was the lone mayoral candidate at a Monday night forum hosted by the Greensboro Neighborhood Congress The forun was held at the Central Library. Incumbent At-Large City Council candidates Marikay Abuzuaiter, Mike Barber, Yvonne Johnson, and challengers Sylvine Hill and Marc Ridgill were also present at the forum. At-large candidate […]


A&T routs Howard for Happy Homecoming

October 30, 2015

The Aggies (6-1, 4-0 MEAC) have now won five straight and have not lost to a Division I-FCS program all season.


Lead-free kids for a healthy future

October 30, 2015

Hundreds of thousands of children living in the United States have elevated blood lead levels that may cause significant damage to their health. They can develop behavioral and learning problems (such as hyperactivity), slowed growth, hearing problems and aggressive patterns of behavior. Stopping a child’s exposure to lead from leaded paint, house dust, or any […]


The Greatest Homecoming On Earth

October 23, 2015

It’s that time of year when alumni and students of North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University takeover Greensboro with what is known as the “Greatest Homecoming on Earth.” Homecoming at N.C. A&T, which is popularly referred to simply as GHOE, is a celebratory week replete with events for former students, current students, and all […]


Renaissance Co-op focuses on membership goals

October 23, 2015

The Renaissance Community Coop has raised more than $2 million of the $2.17 million that is needed to open a neighborhood owned grocery store in Northeast Greensboro. With funding in place from the City of Greensboro, loans and private donations, the group is now focused on soliciting memberships. The co-op currently has 638 owners, with […]


Page High selected to Super Bowl Honor Roll

October 23, 2015

As part of the Super Bowl High School Honor Roll initiative recognizing schools and communities that have contributed to Super Bowl history and positively impacted the game of football, former New York Giants running back and two-time Super Bowl XXI and XXV Champion, Lee Rouson, visited Page Senior High School and presented a commemorative Wilson […]


Page 67 of 70« First...102030...666768...70...Last »
Since 1967, the Carolina Peacemaker has served as North Carolina’s leading news weekly with a national reputation. Founded by Dr. John Kilimanjaro, the newspaper is published by Carolina Newspaper, Inc.

Advertise With Us  |  Contact Us  |  Follow Us On Twitter