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Consider vitamins and supplements with your healthcare provider

December 15, 2022

One overlooked and quite important bit of information most patients fail to inform their healthcare providers of is the full range of supplements, herbs, spices and pain medications they consume. It is an important fact. All vitamins and supplements need to be entered into a patient’s medical chart to make sure adverse interactions do not […]


Movie Review: Strange World

December 15, 2022

These colors are so trippy—and even the trees are cool.” Sixteen-year-old Ethan (Jaboukie Young-White) voices the obvious. It’s what viewers will think upon seeing the wondrous visuals in this heartwarming ani/adv/fan/fam tale. Director Don Hall (Raya and the Last Dragon) and co-director/writer Qui Nguyen (writer on Raya and the Last Dragon) have magically created a […]


Toys for Joy at UNC Greensboro

December 15, 2022

On a chilly evening, gracious giving from the heart warmed the atmosphere of the annual Toys for Joy toy collection drive held on the University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG) campus. An army of joyous elves from UNCG, the Greensboro (N.C.) Chapter of The Links, Incorporated and the local chapter of the U.S. Tennis […]


McKissick says Moore v. Harper too important to ignore

December 15, 2022

The first vice chairman of the North Carolina Democrat Party, former state Senator Floyd McKissick Jr., says Moore v. Harper, the pivotal North Carolina voting rights case argued before the U.S. Supreme Court last week, “…poses an existential threat to our democracy.” The question at hand – does the N.C. Supreme Court have the legal […]


Whirlies advance to the NCHSAA 4-A State Championship

December 9, 2022

Grimsley and New Bern will play for the 4-A State Championship Friday night at UNC Kenan Stadium, in Chapel Hill. Game time is 7 p.m. The Grimsley Whirlies earned this win the hard way with defense. Weddington Warrior quarterback Tyler Budge helped break two ties in the game with touchdown passes to Griffin Reimer and […]


Students learn about agriculture at the A&T Farm

December 9, 2022

Members of the Greensboro (N.C.) Chapter of The Links, Incorporated recently escorted 16 high school juniors on a tour of the North Carolina A&T State University Farm. The students attend The A&T Four Middle College at N.C. A&T, an all-male public high school located on the university’s campus. The purpose of the program was to […]


National NAACP suspends two NC branch presidents connected to Justice Coalition

December 9, 2022

Just as local branch elections were scheduled to commence last weekend, the National NAACP suspended two prominent North Carolina branch presidents because of their association with Justice Coalition USA. O’Linda Watkins McSurely of Moore County and Rev. C. Bradley Hunt of Guilford County were suspended after receiving cease and desist letters, and not allowed to […]


It’s the Greensboro Holiday Parade!

December 8, 2022

The Greensboro Holiday Parade has been a downtown tradition for well over half a century. Despite the cold weather and occasional rain, Triad residents lined Greene and Market Streets by the hundreds, to enjoy the two-hour parade. Featuring huge Macy’s-style balloons, spectators enjoyed professional floats, dance and drill teams, local middle school, high school and […]


The early bird catches better health

December 2, 2022

The early bird catches the worm, or so they say. So, what happens to the night owl? Are there any medical consequences for people who insist on staying up late at night and sleep late in the day? If those night owls and late sleepers lead a conventional lifestyle, working from the morning into the […]


Grimsley advances to 4-A West Regional Semi-Finals

December 2, 2022

Grimsley 40, Hough 37 in Triple Overtime The Grimsley Whirlies advanced to the 4-A Regional Semi-Finals with a hard-fought, triple overtime victory over Cornelius Hough, 40-37. With the win, Grimsley will host Weddington (Matthews, N.C.) on Friday, December 2. The Hough Huskies led Grimsley 9-7 at the half. All the scores were on field goals […]


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