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The least we can do

It didn't take the Congressional Budget Office to tell me that raising the minimum wage to $10.10 an hour would have the two-pronged effect...

Evening standard, Tuesday, Feb. 18

• Greensboro City Council meets at Melvin Municipal Office Building, located at 300 W. Washington St., at 4:30 p.m.• Face to Face GSO, FaithAction...

No pay-to-play for Councilwoman Hightower

Backers of Greensboro’s initial Renaissance Center deal provided the majority of Sharon Hightower’s funding, but it won’t influence her vote tonight, she said.The bulk...

Lunch meeting

Greensboro police officers convene in the parking lot of the Freeman Mill Square shopping center adjacent to the Smith Homes public housing community to...

How they see us: The Atlantic Wire

 UPDATEDHard to find a good story about North Carolina in the national media these days. The image we present to the rest of the...

Jimmy Fallon kicks it off

Jimmy Fallon debuted as the host of "The Tonight Show" last night, replacing the lantern-jawed Jay Leno, who finally had the decency to shuffle...

Morning briefing, Tuesday, Feb. 18

• Filing for elections continues. In our world, the action takes place at the Guilford County Board of Elections and Forsyth County Board of...

The Barometer for Feb. 26

Each issue of Triad City Beat will include a section called "the Barometer," where our editors and readers weigh in on a given question....

Evening standard, Monday, Feb. 17

Luke Bryan’s re-do: The great snowstorm of 2014 interrupted a scheduled pre-Valentine’s Day performance of bro country hit-maker Luke Bryan at the Greensboro Coliseum,...

Local director discusses “Swine Country”

Geeksboro Coffeehouse Cinema screens all sorts of films in its basement theater, and next week, it will host a documentary by two Guilford College...

Morning briefing, Monday, Feb. 17

Election action: The second week of election filings opens today at boards of elections across the state, including in Guilford and Forsyth. Between now...

The few, the dedicated feed Greensboro’s hungry

Working professionals crowded around the bar at Natty Greene's in the early afternoon as Doug Boxley, director of pub operations, poured beer, hustled out plates of food and cleared dishes.

The show must go on

A preview production of the Eugene O'Neill play Anna Christie was staged for 11 people last night at Triad Stage in Greensboro.Some of the...

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BREAKING: Federal judge orders Graham to suspend enforcement of its restrictive protest ordinance

A federal judge has issued a temporary restraining order prohibiting the city of Graham and the Alamance County Sheriff’s Office from enforcing...

NAACP challenging Graham’s restrictive protest ordinance in federal court

The Alamance County NAACP is suing the mayor of Graham and the county sheriff to overturn the city’s restrictive protest ordinance.

Coronavirus daily update: Friday, July 3

Coronavirus daily update: Friday, July 3 — The Myrtle Beach live feed

Black-owned Scoop Zone ice cream truck aims to revive childhood memories

Featured photo: Zahra Jarrell serves ice cream to a customer. (photo by Michaela Ratcliff)The first time was...