Jeff Laughlin charts the impressive rise of the High Point University Women’s Basketball Team under the leadership of Coach DeUnna Hendris for Triad City Beat in week’s cover story.


DSC03766Greensboro seeks legal change on release of police footage

Forsyth elections board dismisses school board candidate’s protest

• High Point Journal: Next city manager takes upbeat attitude about leading High Point





mcginn• Editorial: Schooled

• It Just Might Work: Pedal-powered bar

• Fresh Eyes: Hard cider, hard issues with Lacy Ward

• Editor’s Notebook: An infiltration





• Exile on Jones Street: Dystopian dyspepsia

• Citizen Green: Are we ready to face up to sexual assault?

• Good Sport: DeUnna Hendrix, uncut

• All She Wrote: Home alone




1903993_10152413077843762_6978311823196448631_n• Food: Debuting a new side on turkey day

• Barstool: Revolution Cycles

• Music: Levon Helm’s legacy continues through NC music

• Art: A metalworker and her drawer full of hammers

• Stage & Screen: Local documentary highlights state’s ties to torture

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