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Community comes together in tornado aftermath

April 19, 2018

“We’re just trying to take care of people,” said Millicent Lee of New Light Missionary Baptist Church. “There are a lot of people without power, especially our senior citizens that need emergency assistance.” New Light was just one of many area churches, organizations and residents that rallied around east Greensboro families and residents devastated by […]


Public school students displaced following tornado

April 19, 2018

Students from three Triad schools will be relocating due to extensive storm damage at those schools following an EF-2 tornado that ripped through parts of East Greensboro Sunday afternoon. Guilford County Schools Board of Education voted unanimously to move Hampton, Peeler and Erwin Elementary schools to different sites through the end of the 2017-2018 school […]


“Self-care” is taking care of one’s mental and physical health

April 19, 2018

I have recently been introduced to the concept of self-care. This is in no way a new concept. It has been around the block a few times with different reincarnations and names. The topic of self-care has had a resurgence in the last few years as we all attempt to live more balanced, peaceful and […]


Aggies dominate on home turf

April 18, 2018

North Carolina A&T track and field lived up to the hype for their home fans over the weekend. The defending men’s and women’s outdoor MEAC champions who are also back-to-back MEAC indoor champions finished the Aggie Invitational at Irwin Belk Track with 13 combined victories over two days. The Aggie men and women also combined […]


Puckett pitches Hoppers to win

April 13, 2018

Brady Puckett spun 6.0 shutout innings to pitch the Greensboro Grasshoppers to an opening night win, 6-1, over the Hickory Crawdads on Thursday night at First National Bank Field. Puckett (1-0) scattered seven hits and two walks while striking out four in his Class A debut with Greensboro (1-0). Offensively, J.C. Millan paced the Hoppers, […]


How Can We Eat Better and Lower Our Sugar Intake?

April 13, 2018

During the recent Easter and Passover observances, many of us commemorated these events by consuming lots of sugar. While those of us who celebrated Easter filled up on those cute, little, chocolate and marshmallow bunnies and chicks, we should now be thinking about how we are going to eat better and decrease our sugar intake. […]


Dixon Takes the Helm at ECSU

April 13, 2018

ELIZABETH CITY – Dr. Karrie Dixon is now serving as Elizabeth City State University’s new interim chancellor. She was appointed interim chancellor by University of North Carolina System President, Margaret Spellings. The appointment was made after Chancellor Thomas E.H. Conway, Jr. announced his retirement last February. Conway will remain at ECSU in an advisorsy capacity […]


Ahautenco on My Mind

April 12, 2018

Yaseline Muñoz was born in the U.S. but separated from her Mexican parents because they did not have legal documents. She is currently completing a B.S. in Entrepreneurship at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro and works over 40 hours a week while being a full-time student. She founded Mi Placita Latinx Coalition, a […]


Brown Summit Alumni Remember Rosenwald Schools

April 5, 2018

BROWN SUMMIT – On Thursday, March 29, the Brown Summit High School Alumni and Friends Association memorialized the impact of the Rosenwald Schools in their own community with a state historical marker and ceremony held at Brown Summit Middle School. Booker T. Washington of the Tuskegee Institute (today Tuskegee University) and Julius Rosenwald, philanthropist and […]


Patients and Prayer

April 5, 2018

There are many aspects of life that enter into the patient/ healthcare provider relationship. If it is a new relationship you both are “sniffing” each other out. You both want to make a favorable impression on each other. So most times your best behavior is on display. Though some patients may feel that initial interview […]


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