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IN PRINT- Good Sport: A burgeoning hope for young cyclists

by Jeff LaughlinThe sparse number of people who showed up for the Greensboro Fixed Gear Criterium stood shivering over their bikes, waiting for the...

Fine-dining restaurant in High Point stands out

by Eric GinsburgSammy G’s Tavern: Tinsley Drive in High Point or at sammygtavern.com. Call 336-884-3474.The most memorable thing about Sammy G’s Tavern — besides...

IN PRINT — It Just Might Work: Import substitution

As an economic theory, import substitution arose from strategies undertaken by Latin American countries to close the poverty gap with industrialized North America and...

IN PRINT: Editorial — Nickelback no more

Greensboro, High Point and Winston-Salem have much to learn from each other, if they’d care to watch and listen, as these cultural centers emerge...

IN PRINT: Citizen Green: Scratch North Carolina; it’s Dukeland now

In a lot of ways it’s hard to figure out where Duke Energy ends and the state of North Carolina begins.Well known is the...

High Point Journal: Effort to rename in honor of King falls short

by Jordan GreenWith one exception, white members of High Point City Council drag their heels on the proposed renaming of a significant street in...

IN PRINT: Casey Mann takes one for the state Democratic Party

by Eric GinsburgA glimpse inside the direction of the North Carolina Democratic Party in a time of austerity and diminished power from its new...

IN PRINT: Editor’s Notebook — Hammered

by Brian ClareyIt was bound to happen, but I thought I had a few more weeks before I made John Hammer’s resentment list.Hammer, most...

IN PRINT — Unsolicited Endorsement: Winston-Salem Cycling Classic

by Jordan GreenLike a footrace, a bicycle race is a pageant of color and athletic stamina whose arena is the urban landscape — streets,...

IN PRINT — News: New faces but same philosophy in suburban school board race

by Jordan GreenFive Republican candidates, four seats in suburban District 2 on Winston-Salem/Forsyth County School Board.The Republican primary for the four District 2 seats...

Evening standard: Tuesday, March 18, 2014

• Art Pear hosts an artist reception for Lita Gatlin and Shannon Rainey at Bernardin’s Restaurant, located at 901 W. Fourth St. in Winston-Salem,...

Slideshow: Workers protest wage theft at McDonald’s

Two fast-food workers and a handful of supporters held a short demonstration today in Greensboro against wage theft at McDonald's and other fast-food corporations....

Greensboro to consider resolution on Medicaid

At the behest of Mayor Nancy Vaughan, the Greensboro City Council will consider a resolution encouraging the state to accept federal funding to expand...

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Drastic reduction in school bond amount leaves school board questioning which projects to cut

It’s back to the drawing board, some members of the Guilford County School Board say, after the county commission voted last...

Coronavirus daily update: Friday, May 29

Coronavirus daily update: Friday, May 29 — Black lives matter

WSPD chief and Forsyth sheriff: George Floyd killing decimates community trust and tarnishes badge

Police Chief Catrina Thompson and Sheriff Bobby Kimbrough jointly condemned the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis during a press conference...

Complaint: Elevators chronically out of service at Greensboro public-housing high-rise

One of the elevators at the Gateway Plaza high-rise in downtown Greensboro is chronically out of service, according to a formal complaint.