Triad investigative journalism legend Phoebe Zerwick broke the story on Darryl Hunt, a Winston-Salem man who was wrongfully convicted of murder, back in 2004. Now a professor at Wake Forest University, Zerwick explores the personal turmoil that led Hunt to take his own life last year in this week’s Triad City Beat cover story.
• Faculty members back allegations about department chair’s abuses
• New electioneering group wrestles with identity and representation
• ICE grants three-month stay to Greensboro man ordered to leave the country
• Editorial: NC’s voter ID bill is a flat circle
• Trump’s America: An assault on the Census
• Fresh Eyes: When Mother’s Day hurts: 5 empowering ways to be the mother you never had
• Editor’s Notebook: Running game on the ‘rental units
• Citizen Green: Commissioners say police accountability is broken
• Sportsball: Girls on Fire engages in a sport for the mind
• Triaditude Adjustment: As prolific as an aphid colony
• Food: A vegetarian restaurant within a restaurant
• Barstool: NC liquor’s strained history in ‘Still & Barrel’
• Music: Raising hardcore from the underground
• Art: Career suicide at the Blind Tiger
Triad City Beat This Week comes out every Wednesday with links to stories in that week’s paper.
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