In this week’s cover story, Senior Editor Jordan Green explores the hellish experience of heroin addiction through the lives of four users, documenting a scourge that has focused particular wrath on High Point and Greensboro.


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• Downtown Greensboro Inc. board purges critics

• Jason Cannon’s resume questioned

• Chamber’s unruly neighbor makes an early departure

• High Point Journal: Kivett scion and business owners oppose MLK street renaming



Joshua Deaton• Editorial: We can’t rewrite history

• It Just Might Work: Electric car charging stations

• Fresh Eyes: Free speech over cultural sensitivity

• Editor’s Notebook: Coast to coast



jeff• Exile on Jones Street: Social conservatives facing the end times

• Citizen Green: The importance of not forgetting

• Good Sport: High Point’s adversity was their own, as was their triumph

• All She Wrote: Muscle cars and hogs, beavers and muscadine wine



paint crop• Food: Variety, exploration punctuate the Big Eat

• Barstool: Wise Man Brewing

• Music: Freedom time: 1970s Film Stock and Horizontal Hold

• Art: New artist throws down in Ultimate competition

• Stage & Screen: A simple film gets traction in High Point

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