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 […]
The Aggies (6-1, 4-0 MEAC) have now won five straight and have not lost to a Division I-FCS program all season.
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
Temple Emanuel of Greensboro hosted a Jewish Festival on Sunday, October 13. Visitors experienced an ethnic food extravaganza featuring items such as corned beef and pastrami sandwiches, kosher hotdogs, matzoh ball soup, knishes, bagels and rugelach. The day was filled with Jewish-themed entertainment and educational activities for attendees of all ages.
October is SIDS awareness month, a time to become informed on reducing the incidence of SIDS and co-sleeping related deaths in Guilford County. From 2009-2013, six babies died due to SIDS, according to the State Center for Health Statistics. SIDS is defined as the sudden, unexpected death of a healthy infant less than one year […]
The Page Pirates opened Metro 4-A play at home pounding Southeast Guilford 49-7 at Marion Kirby Stadium. The Pirates improved to 6-1, 1-0 while Southeast fell to 5-2, 0-1. The teams entered the second quarter tied at 7-7 before Page exploded for 28 unanswered points to lead 35-0 at the half. Page sophomore running back […]