Triad City Beat runs down the salaries of the highest paid city employees in Greensboro, Winston-Salem and High Point and looks at starting pay for an array of positions with the three Triad cities in this week’s cover story.


farmer cropTestimony about law’s impact on young and black voters heard

Alleged racial disparity in traffic searches prompts investigation

• High Point Journal: Campaign seeks to connect customers to small produce markets



Zithobile_Nxumalo• Editorial: The confederates

• It Just Might Work: Two years of service

• Fresh Eyes: Finding the beat — a Swazi girl’s Greensboro adventures

• Editor’s Notebook: Greatness in Salt Lake



Globetrotter crop• Citizen Green: Our little dalliance with corruption

• Good Sport: Globetrotting in Greensboro

• Ginsburg: Trying to make it in a ‘dying’ industry




• Food: Pizza and potential at Pintxos Pourhouse

• Barstool: Two beer mimosas, in a way

• Art: Juggling three jobs and leather work on the side

• Music: Gangstagrass comes to Ziggy’s

• Stage & Screen: Filmmakers take on star journalist

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