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Financial barriers stop Latino students from attending college

June 24, 2016

Spring is an exciting time for many high schoolers across the country, anticipating graduation and going to college, but not for all. This time of year can be hard on students who have the grades, get accepted into college, but cannot afford to attend. Organizations like Let’s Learn NC, have been calling attention to the […]

We’ve Moved!

June 24, 2016

The Carolina Peacemaker has moved to a new location. Just travel four blocks north from our old location to 807 Summit Avenue, formerly the office of longtime Greensboro ophthalmologist, Dr. Thomas E. Brewington, who has retired from private practice. We’ll miss our old place, but The Peacemaker’s new building offers our customers and employees more […]

Is motherhood bad for one’s health?

June 24, 2016

It has been said by many that the hardest job around and one of the most rewarding jobs around is that of being a parent. Being a parent is a job and when it is done right, it requires one to give a lot of love, time and attention to a child. It’s not an […]

Trump rally attracts scores of protesters

June 17, 2016

Several groups of protesters gathered Tuesday evening at various points in the vicinity of the Greensboro Coliseum’s Special Events Center as Donald J. Trump, the presumptive Republican U.S. Presidential candidate, visited the Gate City Tuesday evening for a campaign rally with supporters. Pictured below are Greensboro residents (L-R) Eddie Lazo, Miguel Rios and Jose Gonzalez […]

Charlotte Hawkins Brown Museum Freedom is a Fighting Word Exhibit

June 17, 2016

No more than 15 miles outside of Greensboro lies the city of Sedalia. The town, whose community doesn’t exceed 800 individuals and is comprised of 2.3 square miles, holds a treasure that far outweighs its population and landmass – The Palmer Memorial Institute. The Palmer Memorial Institute [PMI], a North Carolina historic site, was a […]

New device can help with insomnia

June 17, 2016

Your mind keeps racing. You just cannot turn it off. You toss and turn in the bed but thoughts of what happened that day or thoughts of what you have to do the next day keep running through your brain. How can you stop it? You have got to go to sleep. You have got […]

Three locals take their marks at New Balance

June 17, 2016

Three local athletes will compete in the 2016 New Balance Outdoor Nationals (NBON) this weekend at N.C. A&T’s Irwin Belk track complex. During the NCHSAA 4-A State Championships, Tamera Clark, a High Point Central junior sprinter qualified for the NBON with the fifth fastest time in the nation in the 100m. Clark didn’t qualify for […]

Town Hall addresses policing and race

June 17, 2016

Nearly 200 Greensboro residents gathered for a town hall meeting on policing and race at the Howard Chubbs Enrichment Center at Providence Baptist Church, on Sunday, June 12. The town hall was hosted by the Community-City Working Group, a group composed of city and community members, which has been meeting monthly since March 2015 to […]

Clinton makes history, Adams & Davis head to Nov. 8 General Election

June 10, 2016

Democratic U.S. Presidential candidate, Hillary Rodham Clinton, made history Tuesday, June 7, by becoming the first woman to secure the presidential nomination of a major U.S. political party. She continues to lead her opponent, U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders, who has vowed to stay in the race all the way to the Democratic National Convention in […]

Alternatives to opioid usage

June 10, 2016

In recent months, addiction to opioid medications has been prominently featured in news media. We hear tragic stories of addiction occurring in so many people across the country. There is the tragic story of the high school athlete who initially took pain medications to aid in the care of an injury. He became addicted to […]

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