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Warnersville Celebrates 150 Years

The Warnersville community celebrated 150 years with a three day celebration that will be remembered for years to come.

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Page rolls Northern

The Page Pirates won a 52-14 home non-conference game against Northern Guilford last Friday night. Page

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A call for fair and equal access to financial services

On August 1, the nation’s oldest and largest civil rights organization began a journey that will cover 860 miles and last 40 days and 40 nights.

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GCS anticipates good year despite money woes

Guilford County Schools Superintendent Maurice “Mo” Green said that he is optimistic about the upcoming school year and what it offers.

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Operation PASS sets students on path to success

A community initiative to help Triad children achieve academic success recently held a school supply giveaway at Warnersville Recreation Center in Greensboro.

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Northwest Vikings shutout Smith, 35-0

Northwest Vikings rolled over the Smith Eagles, 35-0 Friday night.

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Winston-Salem Open Qualifying

Defending Winston-Salem Open champion, Lukas Rosol of the Czech Republic opened with a 6-4, 7-6 victory Monday over Latvia’s Ernests Gulbis in the first round of tennis play

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Babá Ken Okulolo to perform at Folk Festival

Babá Ken Okulolo will turn 65 years old during the National Folk Festival, where he will perform with the West African Highlife Band.

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Greensboro City Council votes to raise minimum wage

Greensboro City Council passed a resolution to raise the minimum wage for city workers in a 7 to 2 vote.

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We have a perception problem in America

Greensboro has always been a great barometer for what occurs, and how we’re responding nationwide.

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Folk Festival offers something for everyone

The three-day festival is free to the public.

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A positive mind is good for one's health

It’s a matter of your health

People who are emotionally healthy have fewer negative emotions and are able to bounce back from difficulties faster.

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Summer Academy nurtures children

On Saturday, August 15, The BRIDGE Summer Academy held its first annual “Winners’ Banquet” at St. Phillip African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church

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Greensboro’s Black Lives Matter participants remember Mike Brown

A National Day of Civil Disobedience and Call to Action on the one year anniversary of the shooting death of 18 year-old Mike Brown by a Ferguson, MO

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Greensboro native Madison Gibbs crowned Miss Black USA

Gibbs, a Greensboro native, North Carolina A&T State university graduate and now Howard Law student took home the crown becoming Miss Black USA

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Aggies’ Cohen earns Sporting News honor

Cohen, the MEAC's co-offensive player of the year in 2014, is coming off of a season where he rushed for 1,340 yards and 15 touchdowns

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In Cinderella, GSO Opera polishes glass slipper

UNCG’s Director of Opera David Holley will be directing the upcoming performance of Rossini’s, La Cenerentola (Cinderella)

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National Night Out in Guilford

More than 100 neighborhoods opened up their communities, homes, churches, parks and backyards to their neighbors and law enforcement during this year’s National Night Out.

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2015 City Council elections could forgo a primary

Filing for the 2015 Municipal Elections closes at noon on Friday, August 7, and so far, the incumbents have dominated filing.

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New study shows the benefits of exercise

It’s a matter of your health

Aging is one of those things that we all must do. If we do not age we are not alive.

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