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    IN PRINT: Greensboro examines police review process

    by Eric GinsburgResidents differ on whether city council should enhance police oversight through the complaint-review committee.The first meeting of a Greensboro City Council subcommittee...

    IN PRINT: High Point Journal — White majority on High Point council resists call to rename street in King’s honor

    by Jordan GreenHigh Point City Councilman Jim Davis sat on the dais after the meeting had adjourned on Monday night and explained his reservations...

    Morning briefing: Wednesday, March 5, 2014

    Well wadddya know, we did it again! The new issue of Triad City Beat is making its way across the Triad right now, and...

    IN PRINT: Citizen Green — Gerrymandering: Insurance against voter discontent

    by Jordan Green Last year, when the GOP supermajority in the General Assembly rammed through a raft of unpopular legislation, including measures widely perceived as...

    IN PRINT: Power Ranking

    3. High Point If you can’t sell the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr to the property owners in your city, then you have...

    IN PRINT: Adios, burritos

    by Brian Clarey It was a goodbye of sorts.Villa del Mar, the city’s highest expression of the cheap, authentic and accessible Mexican restaurant, has served...

    Morning Briefing: Friday, March 6, 2014

    I'm writing this the night before, and though school has not yet been called for tomorrow I'm reasonably certain we'll be looking at a...

    IN PRINT: Crystal Bright’s gypsy carnival

    by Jordan Green Crystal Bright emerged from the seclusion of her downtown Reidsville loft, where she has been writing songs for a new album, and...

    IN PRINT: Random Listicle — proposed new rules for buskers

    1. A single permitFox 8 News reported last week on Winston-Salem busker Julian Robson, a street musician who was chased off the downtown corner...

    IN PRINT: Tenants face utility cutoffs after manager allegedly pockets funds

    by Jordan Green An unscrupulous property manager took allegedly took utility payments from poor tenants in Winston-Salem and pocketed them for his own benefit.Felicia Brown...

    IN PRINT: Screened: A dude breaks ground

    by Brian Clarey The season finale of "True Detective" airs Sunday night at 9 p.m. on HBO. The world has changed so much since 1993: A...

    IN PRINT: The Unsolicited Endorsement

    by Brian ClareyWe didn’t always have First Friday, the day when all the downtown art galleries and shops showcase the best pickings from the...

    IN PRINT: All she wrote: Drinking in the Oscars

    by Nicole Crews Me: “Mother, I bought a nice bottle of bubbly for the Oscars, would you like a glass?”Mother: “Champagne’s for neophytes — all...

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    GALLERY: Greensboro stays at home

    In the Triad, a stay-at-home order went into effect last night at 5 p.m. Todd Turner ventured out in Greensboro during...

    Essential? Major Triad employers claim exemption from stay-at-home orders, putting workers in fear for safety

    Large employers across the Triad are claiming exemption from stay-at-home orders, putting workers in fear for their safety.

    Coronavirus daily update: Friday, March 27

    A daily coronavirus update for Greensboro and Winston-Salem

    NIK SNACKS: Triad farmers markets endure the pandemic

    They're open for business, one way or anotherGrocery shopping used to be...

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