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Panthers sink Pirates, 18-7

August 30, 2021

The Dudley Panthers won a home non-conference game against the Page Pirates at J.A. Tarpley Stadium. The Panthers won an ugly 18-7 game, where they were penalized 17 times for 155-yards. They had eight penalties in the first quarter for 70-yards alone. Two other penalties erased touchdown runs. “We had a lot of mental mistakes, […]


The Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine for COVID-19 gains FDA approval

August 28, 2021

It is now official. The Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine for COVID-19 has gained FDA approval. This vaccine will now be known commercially as Comirnaty; a strange name if you ask me. Now vaccine hesitant people who said they were not going to get vaccinated because the medication was not FDA approved, have lost their primary reason for […]


Court rules in favor of voting rights for parolees

August 27, 2021

It was an elated Rev. Dr. T. Anthony Spearman who shared the news in a statement Monday about a major voting rights court victory: “A three-judge Superior Court panel modified its preliminary injunction today in CSI v. Moore, the lawsuit challenging North Carolina’s disenfranchisement of people living in communities across the state on felony probation, […]


The Garden of Peace and Community Farm Opens

August 26, 2021

Greensboro’s Warnersville community recently celebrated the growing emergence of their lush Garden of Peace and Community Farm. The garden and farm are a collaboration of residents of the Warnersville community, St. Phillip AME Zion Church and the Guilford Urban Framing Initiative (GUFI). St. Phillip AME Zion Church Pastor Lisa Caldwell led a chorus of benedictions, […]


COVID booster shots formally announced

August 20, 2021

Top health officials and medical experts joined on Wednesday, August 18, to announce that booster shots of the COVID-19 vaccine will be available beginning on September 20. The officials said the boosters are still pending authorization from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky, U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy, National […]


All African American artistic team produce THE COLOR PURPLE: the musical

August 20, 2021

Thirty-seven plays and musicals were scheduled to open on Broadway during the 2019-20 season. Of course, many of those productions — 16, all told — either didn’t open or were shut down in rehearsals due to the coronavirus pandemic. Out of 37 shows, only four were written by artists of color. Only one was written […]


N.C.’s redistricting process begins with racial rules

August 19, 2021

Now that results from the 2020 U.S. Census are in, redistricting committees in the N.C. General Assembly have once again begun the process of redrawing the district population lines for the next decade to determine voting strength throughout North Carolina for local, legislative and congressional elections. Dramatic changes are already in the offing, as North […]


A&T’s Randolph Ross Jr. and Trevor Stewart Earn Olympic Track & Field Gold

August 13, 2021

TOKYO – Two track and field athletes from North Carolina A&T’s men’s 4×400-meter relay NCAA indoor and outdoor national championship teams competed Friday (Aug. 6) morning in Japan on the United States Olympic 4×400 team. N.C. A&T’s Trevor Stewart and Randolph Ross Jr., along with Texas A&M’s Bryce Deadmon and Vernon Norwood won the first […]


Self-care is vital as COVID-19 Delta resurges

August 13, 2021

Here we go again. Can you really believe it? The COVID-19 Delta variant is nowhere near being finished with us. Everyone must continue to mask up, socially distance and wash hands. Some people never allowed their guards to fall and have remained poised and ready to go to war on the virus. Others tasted the […]


First Day at Brooks Global Studies

August 13, 2021

Students and teachers at Brooks Global Studies in Greensboro began the school year with happy smiles. Some parents were filled with perennial tears as their young students began their educational journey in Kindergarten. Brooks Global is one of several extended year elementary schools in Guilford County. Other Guilford County Schools extended year schools include Allen […]


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