First-term U.S. Rep. Richard Hudson, R-8th, showed Tuesday that bipartisanship at the nation’s capital isn’t quite dead yet.
Contractors working Tuesday to fix a water line break on N. Main Street cleared out asphalt and dug up a little more than planned — the past.
Thomasville police on Tuesday tried to negotiate with a man who barricaded himself inside a home.
Heritage Home Group confirmed Tuesday that it will move its corporate headquarters to High Point.
Kevin O’Connor, president and chief executive officer of Samson Marketing and a former chairman of the High Point Market Authority board of directors, will step down as head of the marketing arm of Samson Holding.
A man was killed after a motorcycle reported stolen nearly a year ago crashed late Monday night, according to police.
A sleek, modern look predominates at Davis Furniture Industries’ corporate office in south High Point.
There is more to higher education than several buildings dotting a sprawling, green college campus, and faculty and staff at Laurel University are working to prove that.
Demolition crews will be busy in High Point in the coming months.
Nearly 50 years after Congress passed the Voting Rights Act to ensure the opportunity for blacks to vote in the South, High Point reflects the magnitude of the change brought by the legislation.
A judge on Monday declined a request to seal records in a lawsuit involving the alleged hazing death of a High Point University student.
The city will make some aviation history tomorrow, though it has nothing to do with a flight.
Retired physician Dr. Don Douglas said the true measure of his longtime friend and community leader P. Hunter Dalton Jr., who died Friday, is that he can’t think of any progress the city made during the past several decades in which Dalton didn’t play a role.
As Sammy Gray walks around the barn at Wilderness Trail Dairy in Trinity, a brown goat follows him, her eyes locked on the bottom of his shirt. When he stops to pet another animal, she nibbles on his shirt.
“They’re loved,” Gray said, looking around at dozens of other goats. “They have to work, but they’re loved. Right, Gracie?”
Terry Seitz has shown his furniture all over the world, but something keeps bringing him back to High Point.
Supporters of the proposed revitalization of Uptowne High Point have what they hope will be new ammunition in making their case.