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Grant to be first man to lead the American Nurses Association

July 13, 2018

Ernest J. Grant has been elected president of American Nurses Association. When he takes office on January 1, he will be the first man to serve as president of the organization that represents nearly four million registered nurses in the United States, about 90 percent of whom are women. Dr. Grant is an internationally recognized […]

Democratic Party precinct captains to choose Board of Education replacement

July 13, 2018

The Guilford County Democratic Party is tasked with electing a replacement to finish out the unexpired term of Alan Duncan, former Guilford County Board of Education (GCBOE) at-large member and board chairman. Duncan resigned from the seat in June after serving for 18 years on the board. In April, he was elected to the N.C. […]

Cobras Collapse on the Road to the Mammoths, 55-29

July 5, 2018

PORTLAND – The Maine Mammoths (3-8) pulled off a huge upset over the Carolina Cobras (7-4) after beating them from start to finish in a 55-29 victory. This was the two team’s second and final meeting of the regular season, with Carolina winning their first meeting 56-42 in Portland. Carolina’s previous three losses were only […]

Make sure summer foods are safe to eat

July 5, 2018

Summer is a great time for families and friends to gather and picnic out doors with great food. Food being prepared or transported in the summer heat makes food safety extremely important to prevent food borne illnesses. Here are a few tips to keep your food safe: Start by making sure that you select your […]

Hundreds at rally ask: Where are the children?

July 5, 2018

Hundreds of Triad residents braved the heat on Saturday afternoon to gather at LeBauer Park in Downtown Greensboro in an effort to collectively raise their voices in protest against the Trump Administration’s zero tolerance policy against immigration and oppose the forced separation of children from their parents at the U.S.- Mexico border. Concerned people from […]

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 […]

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