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Saturday, October 16, 2021

The connection between the mind, heart and body is real

October 1, 2021

It is not a secret that the stresses of life can and do affect the quality of your health. This is particularly so with the quality of your cardiovascular health. Strong scientific evidence has proven that the mind, the heart and the body greatly impact one another. Previous studies in this field have studied how […]


Something ‘WICKED’ this way comes!

October 1, 2021

The Steven B. Tanger Performing Arts Center is gearing up to present its first Broadway play, WICKED. With opening day on October 6, it will run at the Tanger Center until October 24. The musical, which first premiered in 2003, looks at what happened in the Land of Oz, but from a different angle. Long […]


North Carolina prepares for new legislative voting maps

October 1, 2021

A virtual webinar on redistricting across the state took place on Monday, September 27, featuring N.C. State Sen. Ben Clark of District 21 in Hoke County, N.C., and Nancy Vaughan, mayor of Greensboro. The webinar was sponsored by the Greensboro Chapter of The Links, Incorporated. Congressional and legislative districts are being redrawn for the next […]


NCCU rallies for 20-13 home-opening win over WSSU

September 24, 2021

DURHAM – North Carolina Central University overcame a 10-point second-half deficit, powered by a pair of rushing touchdowns by Latrell Collier and a career-long field goal by Adrian Olivo, to defeat Winston-Salem State University, 20-13, in the Eagles’ home-opener inside O’Kelly-Riddick Stadium on Saturday night. NCCU (2-1) tallied the only points in the first 15 […]


Understand the symptoms of caregiver burn out

September 24, 2021

There are many different groups of people, who give in the service of others in this world. One of the most giving are the individuals, who unselfishly give to their family and friends in the service of keeping them alive. I bow my head to the caregivers of this world. They come in all sexes, […]


High Point City Council approves formation of a reparations committee

September 24, 2021

The High Point City Council approved the creation of a committee that will explore reparations for the communities of High Point. NAACP High Point branch members have been pushing for the council’s support on a commission that would study disparities and presented an abstract document in August for consideration. The NAACP’s High Point branch wrote […]


The Guilford Native American Pow Wow

September 23, 2021

The Guilford Native American Association held its 44th annual Pow Wow on September 17-19 at Country Park in Greensboro. Pow Wow is that time of year when Native Americans get together to dance, sing, visit with old friends and meet new ones. The event included a dance and drum competition, arts and crafts, and traditional […]


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, […]


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