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Whitfield Honored

Former Greensboro resident Fred Whitfield is an alumnus and a former Southeast Guilford High School basketball player. He is a graduate of Campbell University and received his law degree from North Carolina Central University School of Law. Whitfield is now the Chief Operating Officer and part owner of the NBA’s Charlotte Hornets. He has given […]

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What is “Seasonal Affective Disorder” or SAD?

Some people love the wintertime. They love the cold, the crisp morning air, the wearing of winter clothing, the winter sports and everything that comes with the winter months. Others dread the winter months. They do not care for the cold, they do not enjoy that crisp morning air, they miss the prolonged sunshine, and […]

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Martin Luther King Day of Service

The following are activities and events that will be held across Guilford County to commemorate the life and legacy of slain civil rights leader, Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. JANUARY 12 Temple Emanuel’s MLK Jr. Shabbat Service Temple Emanuel of Greensboro will hold its annual Martin Luther King Jr Shabbat service on Friday, Jan. […]
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Collective celebrates principles of Kwanzaa

The Greensboro Kwanzaa Collective hosted its 8th annual Kwanzaa celebration with food, festivities, arts and crafts and performances by Kuumba Dance Company, an African dance company from Danville, Va. Nearly 100 people participated in the seven-day celebration that was held at Bethel AME Church from December 26 through January 1. It is tradition that each […]
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Stop the flu early to avoid spreading it to others

Happy New Year to everyone and may this be your most happy, productive, and healthiest year. Some of us must get to work on taking better care of ourselves. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC-P) has notified the public that there is an increased activity or spreading of the flu. Researchers and public […]
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