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Ellin Schott spent three days in jail for violating a city panhandling ordinance. She was denied access to her anti-seizure medication, and two days later she was dead. Senior Editor Jordan Green and Associate Editor Eric Ginsburg chronicle a troubling pattern of inadequate medical care in local jails in this week’s Triad City Beat cover story.


In an Aggie ballcap, representing new territory in the 6th District, Mark Walker claims victory at the Marshall Free House.

• Davis pulls ahead, Blust comes up short and Walker sweeps up in Guilford special primary

Foxx and Brannon top 5th, Larson prevails in bitter South Ward race

The North Carolina Supreme Court primary



Allen• Editorial: Trudy Wade draws a blank

• It Just Might Work: Stop saying ‘Word of mouth’

• Fresh Eyes: The folks behind the scenes

• Editor’s Notebook: An old story, revisited



archery• Citizen Green: Woodstock in High Point

• Fun & Games: Archery clinic hits the mark

• All She Wrote: The graduate




IMG_20160602_153551273• Food: Green Joe’s delivers dose of coffee geekery

• Barstool: Kimpton Cardinal Katharine

• Music: Nashville nationals meet local comers

• Art: Night Passage creates intimate space for literature


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