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This Saturday, July 20, Rev. Dr. Benjamin F. Chavis Jr., president of the National Newspaper Publishers Association, will receive the Alston/Jones Award during the International Civil Rights Center …

Retired Greensboro Police Department Captain, Pamelia McAdoo-Rogers has been named the new Director of Public Safety and Security at Greensboro College. McAdoo-Rogers assumed the role on June 1, …

Fun Fourth in Greensboro

Under an intense sweltering afternoon sun, Greensboro’s annual Downtown Fun Fourth along a stretch of Elm Street went forth with all the patriotic panache associated with crowds celebrating …

The North Carolina Bar Association recently honored Judge Patrice A. Hinnant (Ret.) as a 2024 Legal Legend of Color (LLOC) on Thursday, June 20, at the Embassy Suites by Hilton Charlotte Uptown. The …

Calling two new proposed constitutional amendments “litigation stunts,” the N.C. NAACP, Forward Justice and the Southern Environmental Law Center are blasting Republican legislative …

North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University announced, on June 21, its 13th chancellor will be Dr. James R. Martin II.

After nearly three decades in politics and more than forty years leading the nonprofit One Step Further, Mayor Pro Tem Yvonne J. Johnson is embarking on retirement.

One step forward, two steps back. That’s how it goes: every time you think you’re getting a little ahead, something – or someone – yanks you back. You see a little light …

  Last week, Vice President Kamala Harris made her fifth visit to North Carolina this year, and thirteenth to the state since taking office in 2021. The occasion was an address on economic …

A Carnegie Hall Performance

NEW YORK, N.Y. – Triad singers and musicians with Chromatica and Ragsdale High School choruses traveled to New York City to perform at the world-renowned Carnegie Hall. They participated in the …

On Monday, June 10, I discussed my new book, White Poverty: How Exposing Myths About Race and Class Can Reconstruct American Democracy, on MSNBC’s Morning Joe.   There’s a …

    Dr. Anne Hayes, executive director of Global and Interdisciplinary Studies and Sustainability Lead at Bennett College, has received the prestigious Exemplary Teacher of the …

  A meeting on the use of White Street Landfill to dispose of contaminated soil from Bingham Park took place on June 12 at Peeler Recreation Center.   This was one of a series of …

Local leaders gathered with a group of senior citizens at the Guilford County Democratic Headquarters on June 12 in support of the Biden-Harris administration and their efforts to support Medicare …

Willie Mays, the iconic Hall of Famer often hailed as the greatest player in baseball history, has died at 93. The news broke during a Mets and Rangers game in Arlington, evoking emotional tributes …

The Guilford County Division of Public Health will host upcoming community mobile clinics in Greensboro and High Point, available to all county residents. Clinic services include COVID-19 …

June 28 is the final day that the City of Greensboro’s Solid Waste and Recycling Department will collect yard waste from personally-owned yard waste containers. Beginning July 1, yard waste …

While finding one’s creative side, connect with other family caregivers during this fun event. No art experience required. The program will be led by a Creative Aging Network-NC teaching …

With happy sighs of relief combined with soaring exuberance, more than 5,500 Guilford County high school graduates representing 30 high schools in the district walked, strutted, and strolled across …

Amid reports that the Biden-Harris campaign is “hemorrhaging” Black voter support nationally, African American mayors from across North Carolina came together last Saturday in Durham to counter …

Chicago Bears’ player Tarik Cohen during a 2018 NFL game against the NY Giants.[/caption] Aaron Rodgers is no longer the only former All-Pro looking to return from a serious injury for the 2024 New …

Christina Yongue Cone Health Foundation (CHF) is proud to announce that Yazmin Garcia Rico, MSW, and Christina Yongue, MPH, MCHES, have joined as Directors of Community Engagement and Impact. In …

Thomas Faucette will retire at age 102 from his second “gig” as a school crossing guard at Peck Elementary School. Photo by Ivan Saul Cutler/Carolina Peacemaker.[/caption]This week 102-year-old …

Richard Lovett, City of Greensboro Environmental Compliance and Support Manager, explains how the White Street Landfill methane gas to energy plant works to residents touring the site. Photo by Ivan …

Greensboro Assistant Police Chiefs Stephanie Mardis and Richard Alston place red roses on a little-known marker near the scene of Corporal Joe Massey’s killing, corner of East Market Street and …

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