The NCCA announced the rosters for the 2015 East-West All-Star football game to be played July 22 at Grimsley’s Jamieson Stadium in Greensboro.
It’s a Matter of Your Health
Make sure children who are very active or play a lot of sports are supplemented. Also when a child is in a growth spurt, the growth should be supported with vitamins and minerals.
It is apparent that out of state developers have the attention of city council while the people of Greensboro have been ignored.
“There is no time for foolishness,” said Rev. Dr. William Barber, president of the N.C. NAACP State Conference, who served as keynote speaker of the Greensboro Branch NAACP’s 50th Annual Freedom Fund Banquet on Saturday, May 16, at the Koury Convention Center
The story of Berry Gordy is being told from the stage in the famous Broadway hit sensation “Motown The Musical” that arrived from New York to Los Angeles.
Clark & Estrada take gold at 4-A State Championships
Several high school runners and field event specialists representing high schools from across the state participated in the State 4-A High School Track & Field Championships last Saturday at N.C. A&T State University’s Irwin Belk Track.
Visconti encourages grads to find their path & keep reading
Bennett College conferred 90 degrees last Saturday, May 9, at its 2015 Spring Commencement.
State Senate Bill 36, police relations and economic development were the hot topics of Tuesday night’s Voices for a Stronger Guilford mayors' forum.
Our job is to empower the hard-working families of this state so they can further improve themselves and re-establish our middle class.
Greensboro City Council declined to support a resolution on a bill that would prohibit racial profiling being pushed by state lawmakers. Community members asked the City Council at Tuesday night’s meeting to support House Bill 193, that would prohibit racial profiling across the state.
Three months after losing the MEAC Indoor Track & Field Championships by 1.5 points, the Aggie men finished second at the 2015 MEAC Outdoor Championships held at A&T’s Irwin Belk Track by one point.
It’s a matter of your health
Julie Lopez wanted to make a shoe that a woman could wear all day without discomfort and yet be more than stylish.
The Prohibition of Discriminatory Practices Bill (HB 193), is an important step towards improving community policing practices while strengthening the public’s trust.
The North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University College of Arts and Sciences held its fourth annual recognition breakfast for donors and scholars, Friday, April 24.
The Guilford County Department of Health and Human Services (GCHHS) is a recent recipient of a grant that allows for users of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or SNAP, (formerly called Food Stamps) to double their purchasing power if they buy fresh produce at their local Farmer’s Market.
The N.C. NAACP and Forward Together Moral Movement returned to the North Carolina General Assembly on Wednesday, April 29, for the second anniversary of Moral Mondays.
Lawrence, Cohen & Smith multiple winners
More than 570 students-athletes from 13 difference sports along with coaches, administration, staff, alumni and special guests united for an evening of academic and athletic excellence.
The National Conference for Community and Justice of the Piedmont Triad, Inc. bid farewell to its longtime executive director, Susan Feit, with a going-away party at the Greensboro Central Library last week.
A new community effort focuses on early childhood development and what can happen when the whole community gets behind one project.
Dudley junior Jasmine Gooden had an outstanding day capturing three individual titles.