High Point is on the borderline of getting covered with a significant layer of ice from freezing rain expected to start tomorrow morning.
Lori Teppara and her two small children laughed and smiled as they enjoyed what’s becoming a holiday season tradition in the city.
The growth of High Point University has recast the look of the area around the campus in many ways since the university expansion began last decade, but the change may ascend to a new level next year along what’s now part of Montlieu Avenue.
The nights have become longer and the weather colder, and some in High Point don’t have many options when it comes to getting out of the cold.
The T.W. Andrews boys basketball team didn’t give up. Even though three of its better players have yet to join the team. Even though, with the players it did have, it trailed by 12 in the third quarter.
FRIDAY'S NCHSAA 2AA STATE TITLE GAME
T.W. Andrews vs. Monroe, 7:30 p.m., UNC Chapel Hill's Kenan Stadium
Even without one of its top players, the T.W. Andrews girls basketball team had enough to roll past visiting High Point Central 56-14 on Saturday night.
James Michael McAdoo had 13 points to shake free of his recent struggles and help North Carolina beat UNC Greensboro 81-50 on Saturday night.
Where most people see a block of ice, Alan Romano sees what the block of ice can become — say, for example, a snowman, a grand piano or the Easter Bunny.
You might say Lt. Al Ferguson wrote the book on North Carolina law enforcement patches. Literally.
This year’s Puttin’ on the Grits fundraiser will celebrate two High Point institutions — the Community Clinic of High Point, which benefits from the annual event, and longtime community leader Richard Wood, one of the clinic’s most valuable supporters.
A new exhibit at the High Point Museum takes an inside look at the local furniture industry through the eyes — and camera lenses — of nine college students.
A few weeks ago, when Bill Clinton said President Obama should allow people to keep their health-insurance coverage — an early attempt to distance Hillary and himself from ObamaCare — I began to worry that the Clintons may be serious about another run at the White House.
When I began unwrapping my High Point Enterprise one morning last week, I thought I caught a glimpse of the face of an old acquaintance. Of course at this age, a familiar face in the daily paper often precludes an obituary, so I hurriedly opened the fold and sure enough it was someone I hadn’t seen for several years, now dead.
Tommy Poland said giving blessings to unknowing shoppers on Black Friday was not his idea, but God’s.
When OFS Brands recently announced that it will expand its High Point furniture plant, the news was noteworthy on many levels.
The national campaign against Wal-Mart Stores Inc. by an affiliate of the AFL-CIO will play out at a store in the Triad on Friday.
Gasoline prices this week that already were on par with last year’s Thanksgiving holiday could drop further in the near future because of the surprise deal this past weekend to curb Iran’s drive toward developing a nuclear weapon.
Thomasville police don’t often see elderly people being victims of violent robberies.
A teenager has been arrested after detectives with the Davidson County Sheriff’s Office say he stabbed his 43-year-old father with a pocket knife on Saturday.
Thomasville Police are looking for possibly three women who pepper-sprayed a 79-year-old woman before snatching her purse and driving away Monday afternoon.
Mayor Joe Bennett will have two familiar challengers