City officials say they are ramping up efforts to collect tree limbs and other debris from the March 7 ice storm.
The agency that operates the Randleman Regional Reservoir announced Tuesday that it has settled a long-running inverse condemnation lawsuit for $2.35 million.
For all the controversy surrounding the N.C. General Assembly, none of it was on display at High Point City Hall on Monday night.
With the number of charter schools in the state on the rise, Phoenix Academy has found a way to continue to be competitive.
Bishop McGuinness’ Joe McNamara thought of himself as a football player. That was his main sport, that’s what he was best at.
Tuesday's HPU roundup
Tuesday's prep roundup
Bailey Seach has the drive to be successful. It’s an innate part of her personality.
A 97-year-old Jamestown man has won a national award for his volunteer work at a school for special-needs children.
The framed quilt adorns a wall in a nondescript corner of the Millis Athletic and Convocation Center at High Point University.
A phenomenon called chemo brain will be the focus of a program aimed at cancer survivors Monday evening.
The High Point Historical Society will host its eighth annual Evaluation Extravaganza: Tra$h or Trea$ure? on Saturday, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., at the High Point Museum.
Having owned my own business for the past 50-plus years in Davidson County, I desire to see a strong, successful small business person elected as our North Carolina state senator.
A home furnishings company that emerged from the ashes of the former Furniture Brands International still hasn’t confirmed speculation it will relocate its corporate headquarters from St. Louis to High Point, but is planning to base three key executives here.
When OFS Brands recently announced that it will expand its High Point furniture plant, the news was noteworthy on many levels.
Unemployment rates across the High Point area and the vast majority of the state declined from January to February, though whether that signals a turnaround for job-seekers remains an intense point of economic and political debate.
Guilford Technical Community College will host an Advanced Manufacturing and Technical Job Fair 1 to 3 p.m. Friday on its east Greensboro Campus.
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