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N.C. A&T fashion design student helps create Urban Outfitters HBCU Collection

December 24, 2021

International lifestyle retailer Urban Outfitters (UO) launched a historically Black college and university (HBCU) special capsule collection this week, with designs created with summer interns from selected HBCUs including North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University. From concept to creation, students worked with the UO buying team to design a 24-piece apparel and lifestyle collection […]


Greensboro Sports Council awards Bill Lee Scholarships to four students

December 24, 2021

The Bill Lee Scholarship is awarded to four HAECO Invitational participants each year. Since its inception in 2001, 85 high school students have been awarded this scholarship which was established in memory of Bill Lee, a Greensboro native and resident, who was involved in Greensboro’s minor league baseball program, basketball and golf. The Greensboro Sports […]


A tough year with hopes for better but we cannot disrespect COVID-19

December 24, 2021

Wow here we go again. Who would have believed we are back in this space again with COVID-19 and its derivatives surrounding our lives. Yes, we are all so over COVID-19 but COVID-19 is not through with us. So, we must learn to live with it. Your best bet is to become vaccinated. That includes […]


National NAACP dismisses N.C. NAACP election complaint

December 24, 2021

The national office of the NAACP has dismissed an Article 10 Election Challenge from concerned members of the North Carolina State Conference of Branches about its October elections, and specifically a complaint to remove State NAACP Administrator Gloria Sweet-Love “… for actions pertaining to the N.C. election.” But the complainants vow that their fight isn’t […]


A&T Gate City Alumni celebrate the holidays

December 17, 2021

The Gate City Alumni Chapter of North Carolina A&T State University hosted its annual Christmas Social on Friday, December 10, at the Barber Park Event Center in Greensboro. This year’s theme was “A Magical Night Holiday Masquerade Party.” Chapter members and guests from across the Triad dressed to impress as they enjoyed an evening of […]


Dudley Panthers Win State Championship!

December 17, 2021

CHAPEL HILL – In the highest scoring neutral site State Championship Game in history, the Dudley Panthers blasted J.H. Rose 69-40 to win the school’s seventh Football State Championship and fifth title in NCHSAA play. The Panthers were led by quarterback Jahmier Slade who rushed for 98 yards and three touchdowns and throwing for two […]


Fire Station 7 dedicated to retired Fire Chief Ray K. Flowers

December 17, 2021

Greensboro Fire Department will reopen and formally dedicate Fire Station 7 to retired Fire Chief Ray K. Flowers, a 37 year-veteran fire fighter and the first and only African American to serve in the top position, 1993 to 1999. A public ceremony is scheduled at 10 a.m., December 20, at the 18,000 square foot facility […]


Dudley heads to the “Big Dance”

December 10, 2021

The Dudley Panthers won a convincing 38-0 NCHSAA 3A West regional football championship over the visiting Belmont South Point Red Raiders (11-4) at a capacity filled J.A. Tarpley Stadium last Friday night (Dec. 3). With the win, the Panthers (14-1) advance to the State 3A Championship game against Greenville Rose this Friday, December 10, at […]


Black Men Die of Prostate Cancer at Double the Rate of All Other Races

December 10, 2021

RICHMOND, VA. – Benjamin J. Lambert IV, a member of one of the most prominent Black families in Virginia’s public service history, lost his battle to prostate cancer on Monday, June 3, 2019. He was only 52. His father, Virginia Senator Benjamin J. Lambert III, his grandfather, and four uncles also all died of prostate […]


Greensboro’s 2021 Holiday Parade

December 10, 2021

Disney princesses, giant floats, marching bands and the smell of fried sugary treats in the air signaled that Greensboro’s Annual Holiday Parade was back in full swing. Saturday’s sunny afternoon allowed spectators to once again enjoy a more than 40 year downtown tradition. The parade was held on December 4, after it was canceled last […]


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