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This week our ad team presents a local gift guide as a service to readers — buy local and show your community some love.


img_3984• Say Yes says maybe to undocumented Guilford students

Winston-Salem council: Stop prosecuting 16-year-olds as adults




PL Byrd headshot• Editorial: Step down, McCrory

• It Just Might Work: Sticking together

• Fresh Eyes: On kindness, safety pins and human nature

• Editor’s Notebook: With Trump, it’s complicated



Sportsball header• Citizen Green: What work is worth

• Sportsball: Postseason dreams for Triad teams

• Triaditude Adjustment: Thanks for nothing, 2016



img_1939• Food: Teens and restaurants provide hope for action

• Barstool: I’m not an alcoholic

• Music: Bittersweet charity divides New York Pizza

• Art: Using drones, artist surveils surveillance


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