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House GOP budget adds $9 million for Market

HIGH POINT — The state House budget proposal rolled out this week by Republican Party leaders includes a one-time $9 million appropriation … Read more

Guilford sees jump in growth

TRIAD — Overall national patterns of population growth and decline are moving back towards pre-pandemic rates, which in Guilford County tra… Read more

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Police department publishes children’s book

HIGH POINT — Officials of the High Point Police Department hope a new children’s book will shine a favorable spotlight on the department. Read more

Proposed Tesla site advances

HIGH POINT — A proposed dealership in High Point for electric car company Tesla has cleared part of the city’s review process. Read more

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Ragsdale baseball rallies past Glenn

JAMESTOWN – Ragsdale came through in the clutch. Read more

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LOCAL ROUNDUP: Local roundup: Andrews boys, girls win track meet

HIGH POINT – T.W. Andrews swept both the boys and girls team scores in Wednesday’s Mid-State 2A Conference track meet at Aderholdt Track. Read more

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Veterans Harrington, Kuchar share early lead at Texas Open

Veterans Padraig Harrington and Matt Kuchar each shot a 4-under 68 on Thursday to share the early lead with MJ Daffue and Roberto Diaz in the weather-delayed first round of the Valero Texas Open. Daffue eagled the par-5 18th hole at TPC San Antonio and Diaz made birdie on 18. Play was delayed by fog in the morning, which prevented the afternoon half of the field from finishing their rounds. The 51-year-old Harrington and the 44-year-old Kuchar are both seeking their first win this decade. Matt Wallace, Garrick Higgo, Harry Higgs, Chez Reavie and Nick Taylor were one shot back. Read more

Braves lose Fried on opening day, beat Nationals

The Atlanta Braves overcame the early exit of NL Cy Young Award runner-up Max Fried because of a bad leg with the help of four hits by Travis d'Arnaud and beat the Washington Nationals 7-2 on a sunny, chilly opening day. All but two of the Braves' 12 hits were singles. They got some help from three errors by Washington shortstop CJ Abrams and a bases-loaded walk by Nationals starter Patrick Corbin. Fried allowed one run before departing with what Atlanta said was left hamstring discomfort after wincing as he he ran to cover first base for the initial out of the fourth inning. Read more

Opinion

Let workers be more independent

Are you an employee or a contractor? This isn’t simply a matter of what you call yourself or how you think about your relationship to those… Read more

Celebrate women every day all the time

Celebrate women every day all the time Read more

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Xi visits Russia

Throw the drivers in jail

To the editor: Read more

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