A state investigation involving High Point Mayor Bernita Sims has its roots in a family saga that began more than five years ago.
Throw on an apron, grab the tongs, and head out to the grill.
High Point police on Friday announced three arrests in connection with multiple residential break-ins.
Cemala Foundation gives GTCC $932,500 to expand aviation programs.
The Westchester Country Day School girls set their sights on a pretty good finish at states. What they accomplished in winning the state NCISAA 1A/2A title, though, was beyond even their own expectations.
Senior Dakota Peachee of the High Point University men’s track & field team won his heat of the 3,000-meter steeplechase at the NCAA Championship Preliminary on Friday night in Greensboro, qualifying for the NCAA Final. He finished in an HPU-record time of 8:43.46 and will compete in the national semifinal in Eugene, Oregon, on June 5.
In his first season as a Nationwide Series regular driving for Junior Motorsports, Regan Smith is happy with the team’s progress.
Denny Hamlin prefers not pushing his car to the limit in qualifying.
Best-selling author and speaker Dorothea Benton Frank will return to High Point next month, courtesy of the High Point Literary League.
A 9-year-old High Point girl's essay about her father is one of five finalists in a national writing contest.
A concert featuring the Carter Brothers will benefit a project honoring former Ragsdale High School principal T.G. Madison.
Do you know your U.S. history? Let's "Ask Mr. History" and find out.
“A well-regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed.” The men who adopted that Second Amendment in 1791 knew what it meant to live under tyranny. Not many years earlier Thomas Jefferson wrote “The history of the present King of Great Britain is a history of repeated injuries and usurpations, all having in direct object the establishment of an absolute tyranny over these States.”
The school voucher bill, House Bill 944, Opportunity Scholarship Act, will divert $100 million from the public schools over the next three years, giving public money to private schools.
THUMBS UP to the bill in the N.C. General Assembly, House Bill 311, that calls for a vote of state residents on whether to repeal Article VI, Section 4 of the North Carolina Constitution, which says a person applying for voter registration must “be able to read and write any section of the Constitution in the English language.”
This past Monday I received my June issue of The American Legion Magazine. The COMMANDER’s Message, on page 8, caught my attention. National Commander, James E. Koutz’s, message dealt with a code for the proper display, handling and respect of the U.S. flag.
A roadway project in the works since President John F. Kennedy traversed the halls of the White House will become a reality early next month.
When OFS Brands recently announced that it will expand its High Point furniture plant, the news was noteworthy on many levels.
A Randolph County adhesives manufacturer is considering an expansion that would add 14 jobs to its Trinity location.
Passengers arriving and departing from Piedmont Triad International Airport later this year will have a smoother roadway to travel leading into and out of the terminal.
Sure, they’re giving away 6,000 hot dogs.
But that’s not why Memorial Day event organizers in Thomasville want residents to attend this weekend’s celebrations.
Thomasville police have arrested a Thomasville man they say caused a head-on collision that sent four people, including an 11-month-old baby, to Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center.
Four people were injured in a head-on collision involving two sport utility vehicles in Thomasville Wednesday morning.
But water and sewer customers may see a hike.