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Tuesday, September 21, 2021

Routine maintenance exams are necessary, especially during COVID

September 18, 2021

Today I saw several patients that I had not seen in a year. When asked why they had not come in for a check-up sooner, their answer was they were afraid to because of COVID-19. This saddens me and other healthcare providers as we believe we can provide safe care for you even in the […]

Erica Smith finishes 100 county campaign tour in Greensboro

September 17, 2021

United States Senate candidate, Erica Smith, finished her 100 county campaign tour with a public town hall meeting in Center City Park on Thursday, September 9. 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. “We wanted […]

IGNITE HBCU Excellence Act needs public support

September 16, 2021

U.S. Congress woman Dr. Alma Adams with bipartisan support has penned a bill, H.R. 3294, titled: “IGNITE HBCU Excellence Act.” This bill is intended to shore up infrastructure and lead to transformational work at the nation’s Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). Adams says the nation’s HBCU campuses have always been agents of equity, access, […]

Storm rallies past Hornets, 30-13

September 10, 2021

The Hornets of Western Guilford played host to the Storm of Southern Guilford in a non- conference football game Friday night at Doug Henderson Stadium. Trailing 13-6, at the half the Storm scored twenty-four unanswered points to post a 30-13 victory. The Storm took the opening kickoff and marched 76-yards, in 15 plays, capped off […]

Back to school recommendations during COVID

September 10, 2021

Well, they tell me summer is now over and we are on our way to enjoying cooler weather and preparing for the winter months. I certainly welcome the anticipated more comfortable weather that is to come but my heart sinks as I also consider what I fear will return. With still so many people still […]

New program pushes minority entrepreneurship

September 10, 2021

The Greensboro Chamber of Commerce celebrated its first graduating cohort of the minority business entrepreneurship program, Scale to Excel, this month. Using the proven curriculum StreetWise MBA from the national organization Interise, the intensive seven-month program equips minority business owners with the executive education, management know-how and business support system they need to take their […]

State of Virginia Removes Lee Statue

September 9, 2021

RICHMOND, Va. — A crowd erupted in cheers and song Wednesday as workers hoisted one of the nation’s largest Confederate monuments off a pedestal where the figure of Gen. Robert E. Lee towered over Virginia’s capital city for more than a century. The statue was lowered to the ground just before 9 a.m., after a […]

Northern Guilford crushes Smith

September 3, 2021

Northern Guilford’s junior quarterback Jack Mercer led the Nighthawks with five touchdown passes. The Nighthawks also rushed for three more TDs in the rout. Vance Bolyard, a junior tight end had two touchdown receptions, while senior wide receiver Terrell Timmons made three touchdown catches and junior running back Mark Johnson rushed for two more scores. […]

Be prepared for hurricane season

September 3, 2021

What a year it has been. COVID-19 has worn us down to a frazzle as we battle the fourth wave of this virus. Now Hurricane Ida has made us aware that hurricane season is upon us. The strength of Ida’s winds and the force of the rains she rendered upon the gulf coast states of […]

Students go back to remote learning after extensive HVAC issues in GCS

September 3, 2021

Hundreds of A/C issues across Guilford County Schools (GCS) district sent students home last week. GCS leaders addressed concerns they have been getting from the community at a press conference on August 31at Grimsley High School, one of the schools experiencing cooling problems. With temperatures well into the 90s, a typical classroom can reach 85 […]


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