This week’s Triad City Beat cover story, the second installation in our three-part series on hog farming, focuses on the environmental impact of the industry.


Family of woman in sanctuary seeks July 4 meeting with Tillis

Panel recommends folding police complaint review into new commission



• Editorial: Trudy Wade delivers a body slam to local newspapers

• Trump’s America: The White House’s insidious voter suppression campaign

• Editor’s Notebook: Why Thursday?


• Citizen Green: This country belongs to us, too

• Sportsball: A mother and son share lives in the ring




finished-plate-from-a-shrimp-boil-at-blue-denim-restaurant-in-greensboro• Food: The shrimp is an essential Southern summer meal

• Barstool: Making nectar of the gods

• Music: Luxuriant sedans sing the blues for outdoor festival

• Art: Haloed activists grace wall of People’s Perk

Triad City Beat This Week comes out every Thursday with links to stories in that week’s paper.

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