Since the creation of a new fine structure to crack down on landlords with chronic housing code violations, the city of Greensboro has managed to collect only a paltry 7 percent of outstanding fines. Associate Editor Eric Ginsburg looks into the reasons why three offenders account for the bulk of the fines in this week’s Triad City Beat cover story.
• High Point Journal: Southside curb market transforms into Himalayan Bazaar
• Editorial: Friends in business
• It Just Might Work: A distillery in Greensboro or High Point (or both)
• Fresh Eyes: Outside the Southern comfort zone: Hong Kong
• Editor’s Notebook: One year at a time
• Exile on Jones Street: UNC’s total non-surprise
• Citizen Green: Should it be Griffinboro or Carrolltown
• Good Sport: Greensboro College Women and anti-heroism
• All She Wrote: Looking for some hot stuff
• Food: Favoring curry in High Point
• Barstool: Beer garden coming to downtown Greensboro
• Music: A Valentine from Daddy Issues
• Stage & Screen: Let’s talk about vaginas
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