After 38 years, High Point's first fulltime cardiologist, Dr. Charles C. Crowell III, has retired.
Even as the day climbed to 90 degrees, the audience at the fourth annual John Coltrane International Jazz and Blues Festival did not budge from their seats Saturday afternoon. There was excellent jazz music to be heard.
With the mountains folded around them, the team found themselves on a field in Italy, blindsided by every move the Finnish team threw their way. It was the second game in the world championships, and they weren’t giving up yet.
Officials say plans remain on track for a major north High Point road improvement project.
For decades, Southwest Guilford has had the reputation of having a mediocre football program. Some years, it was deserved; other years, it wasn’t. But without a win against the city’s football powers, it was hard to argue otherwise.
Saturday's prep roundup
Marquise Williams accounted for four touchdowns while Jeff Schoettmer returned an interception for a score during North Carolina's game-turning flurry, helping the No. 23 Tar Heels beat Liberty 56-29 on Saturday night.
Justin Hardy caught two of Shane Carden's three touchdown passes and threw one of his own on a trick play, helping East Carolina pull away from North Carolina Central 52-7 in the season opener for both teams Saturday night.
Just a guess, but you’ve probably never experienced live violin music at a convenience store — unless, of course, you’ve been to Smitty’s 1 Stop.
Susie, a dog that once was beaten, burned and abandoned to die, is one step closer to winning the 2014 American Humane Association Hero Dog Award.
Sue Kanoy may have dragged her feet entering the hiking world, but now you’d have a hard time dragging her feet off the trails.
What a difference a year has made in the life of 1-year-old Blake Shore.
The Rev. Al Sharpton is getting the right kind of grief. This time it's not from conservatives for being a race hustler who exploits every white-on-black killing to raise money for his civil rights group National Action Network or to boost his miserable ratings on MSNBC.
This is in response to the letter of Aug. 21 from Daniel Schwalbe regarding running red lights. The joke about the cab driver running red lights is old, but the running red lights happens every day and is no joke.
If you’re a business looking to expand or move to Guilford County and want economic incentives, you might want to speed up your timetable.
The longest-serving member of the governing board for the Piedmont Triad Airport Authority is departing, though Gloria Whisenhunt said her resignation doesn’t stem from her unsuccessful effort to become board chairwoman earlier this year.
Nearly 50 years ago, Marsh Furniture Co. did a favor for the city and conveyed a small parcel of land that High Point leaders wanted for a project.
This weekend won’t quite rival the twice-a-year High Point Market, but it may be as close as the city gets with two major events drawing visitors from across the East Coast and beyond.
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.