Common Core Standards used in Guilford County Schools are right in line with a study out of the University of Missouri revealing that children need more practice than just reciting information to be successful in elementary school.
Marty Lawing knew when he took the county manager’s job, the timing was not good.
Dondre Gaither lazes on a blanket by the Tuckertown Resevoir, stringing bait on a hook. Nearby is a bucket holding a fish that’s at least a pound.
Jimmie Johnson and crew chief Chad Knaus showed again late Saturday night they have regained their touch in NASCAR’s All-Star race.
Jimmie Johnson and crew chief Chad Knaus again proved they can master any format for the NASCAR All-Star race.
Saturday's HPU roundup
Jamie McMurray took most of the excitement out of the Showdown which sent the top two finishers to the All-Star race Saturday night.
Becca Hart wants to educate the public about service dogs - the rules associated with them and the importance of proper etiquette around the dogs.
Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church will host its ninth annual International Festival this weekend.
With pleasure on April 27, I read in Your View letter writer Clifford Whiting’s comments on Obamacare and your editor’s correction that the information coming out of a Texas judge’s mouth was inaccurate, misleading and a hoax. More importantly, you told Whiting where to go to verify the truth.
At great political peril, George Ryan did the right thing.
Not to canonize the man. After all, the then-governor of Illinois was later imprisoned on corruption charges.
Missed the Ignite High Point charrettes May 8-12 because of eight days at the beach.
All of what I knew about the Duany Plater-Zyberk & Co. info-gathering before last Wednesday was what I read in the Enterprise when returning from the beach.
When OFS Brands recently announced that it will expand its High Point furniture plant, the news was noteworthy on many levels.
Kimberly Crews and her fellow employees at High Point Regional UNC Health Care will enter uncharted financial waters with the impending shift of Medicaid reimbursements to hospitals here and across the state and nation.
A change in how one local U.S. Post Office operates is coming this weekend, but shouldn’t affect service to postal customers, officials said.
Key rates may not change
he Memorial Day celebration in Thomasville has lost some attractions but hasn’t lost any of the heart.
Thomasville City Schools soon will have to search for a new superintendent.
Officers across America are gearing up for the nations’ Peace Officer Memorial Day and Police Week.