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Wednesday, September 22, 2021

Erica Smith finishes 100 county campaign tour in Greensboro

The N.C. A&T State University class of 94 alumna noted that she was excited to return to where her political career started as part of the tour.

IGNITE HBCU Excellence Act needs public support

While only representing roughly three percent of all four-year colleges and universities, HBCUs produce upwards of 17 percent of all bachelor’s degrees awarded to African Americans.

New program pushes minority entrepreneurship

The Greensboro Chamber of Commerce celebrated its first graduating cohort of the minority business entrepreneurship program, Scale to Excel,





IGNITE HBCU Excellence Act needs public support

While only representing roughly three percent of all four-year colleges and universities, HBCUs produce upwards of 17 percent of all bachelor’s degrees awarded to African Americans.



New program pushes minority entrepreneurship

The Greensboro Chamber of Commerce celebrated its first graduating cohort of the minority business entrepreneurship program, Scale to Excel,



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Education
Hundreds of A/C issues across Guilford County Schools (GCS) district sent students home last week.
  • Murals at Hairston Middle School

    Among the images are President Barack Obama, space mathematician Katherine Johnson, singer Lauryn Hill, activist Huey Newton and many more.
Sports
The Storm moved to 1-1, while the Hornets fell to 0-1.
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Healthy Living
Patients should not postpone their healthcare maintenance exams due to fears of COVID-19.
  • Be prepared for hurricane season

    The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) Climate Prediction Center has forecast another above normal hurricane season.

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