The company that operates High Point’s major furniture showrooms and city leaders announced Wednesday that they’re working on a project that could upgrade downtown for public events throughout the year.
Several of High Point’s current and former elected officials and others gathered Wednesday to express their appreciation for Congressman Howard Coble, who is retiring at the end of his current term after 30 years representing the 6th District.
Looking for a place to hold a picnic? How about a place for kids to cool off during the summer?
Look no further than High Point’s YMCAs.
State Supreme Court Chief Justice Mark D. Martin said Wednesday the recent reversal of two convictions in a North Carolina murder case after 30 years shows the dangers of strains on an underfunded criminal justice and court system.
Wednesday's prep roundup: Wheatmore, Ragsdale, Central and Ledford also win on the courts.
Thank goodness we’re just a month away from election day.
It’s not the Thursday night prime-time dream lineup of my youth, but tonight’s NFL/college football doubleheader will do in a pinch.
Wednesday's HPU roundup: The Panthers women's soccer team defeated Winthrop 1-0 on goal in the 101st minute for its first Big South win of the season.
Seventy years can steal a lot from a person, but for Jesse and Grace Ward, what it took away in memory, it gave back in love.
When Donna Lawrence adopted a pitbull mix puppy that had been beaten, burned and left for dead in 2009, she had no idea that a few years later, she would be standing on a national stage with the same dog by her side.
A respiratory virus that has sent hundreds of children to the hospital in the Midwest — and prompted nine other states, including North Carolina, to contact the CDC — doesn’t appear to be an issue in Guilford County.
The sky was cloudy and there was a strong breeze, but Thomas R. Cochran Jr. wasn’t nervous to fly in the restored WWII B-17. As a WWII veteran, he had seen much worse.
Since road dieting has been in the news, I wanted to share my thoughts and concerns.
The area job market appears to have reached a point that offers a mix of encouraging and sobering news for people seeking a paycheck.
A block of S. Wrenn Street downtown has reopened to traffic after being closed for months due to concerns related the the International Home Furnishings Center.
You might not blame victims of the Zeek Rewards pyramid scheme, after being ripped off two years ago, for being skeptical about a claim of help that involves the phrase, “The check’s in the mail.”
But in this case, the check really should be on the way.
Con artists trying to separate people from their money appear to be reinventing what’s know as the invoice scam.
A head-on collision in Thomasville killed one woman on Friday morning and injured six more people, including children.
Thomasville police have arrested a man who barricaded himself inside a home Tuesday afternoon.
Law enforcement officers are still searching for a suspect who assaulted an 90-year-old woman in Thomasville during a robbery Saturday night.
A 9-year-old student at Liberty Drive Elementary School brought an unloaded airsoft gun to school Tuesday, which was seized after he showed it to another child.