A 2-year-old boy who fell into a retention pond chasing after a ball died Friday night.
The bell rang, signaling the start of lunch and, for many High Point Central High School students, a race against time.
Two women were named top educators at a Guilford County Schools celebration on Thursday, but the resounding theme of the night was “teamwork makes the dream work.”
Area scores: HPCA 59, Concord First Assembly 14; T.W. Andrews 70, Bartlett Yancey 13; West Forsyth 31, HP Central 20; SW Guilford 47, Southern Alamance 21; South Stokes 28, Bishop McGuinness 24; Wheatmore 20, East Davidson 5; North Davidson 49, Glenn 13; SE Guilford 14, Ragsdale 11; Southern Guilford 58, Smith 18; Davie County 31, Thomasville 13; Trinity 32, West Davidson 6
The High Point Central football team had a big win within sight. But a sloppy stretch of plays late in the third quarter and early in the fourth cost it dearly.
Friday's prep roundup: Chris Scales rushed for three touchdowns as High Point Christian Academy crushed Concord First Assembly 59-14 at High Point Athletic Complex on Friday night.
On second thought, T.W. Andrews coach Rodney McKoy was glad his team had an open date last week after starting the season 0-3.
Greensboro Opera will right an oversight with its upcoming opera gala, featuring Thomasville native — and Metropolitan Opera star — Victoria Livengood.
High Point resident Don Raker has one of the largest cap gun collections in the country.
The Greensboro Western Memorabilia and Toy Gun Show, featuring dozens of dealer tables full of cap guns and other western-themed toys, will take place Saturday in Greensboro.
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.
Have North Carolina Republicans’ policies made us a better state? It’s too early to tell. To borrow the president’s line, “we inherited a lot of issues coming in.”
I believe words have power. I believe words should clearly convey a message. I believe words delivered with passion and confidence can cause a nation to act. And when I hear a president swear to "preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States of America" I believe they should mean it with every fibre of their being.
Con artists trying to separate people from their money appear to be reinventing what’s know as the invoice scam.
Dale Holmes started working as a furniture upholsterer straight out of high school 40 years ago; when he took his first job, work at furniture manufacturing plants in the High Point area was commonplace.
Windley Dunbar’s experience during the past six years with his longtime commercial construction business mirrors the incremental recovery of the industry from ravages of the Great Recession.
When she was putting together a plan for her new business, Annie Murphy knew that originality is a must.
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.