As expected, Republican Bill Bencini of High Point became the leader of the Guilford County Board of Commissioners on Thursday night.
Local post offices are gearing up for one their busiest days as customers try to send off those last-minute Christmas packages in time for holiday arrival.
Local businesses are making sure that some of High Point’s less-fortunate families won’t be without a tree this Christmas.
Andrews will have five fan buses to take those who would like to go the game. There also will be buses for the band, varsity and junior varsity cheerleaders, and students and parents.
“As a school, we are providing buses for our students to go as well as a bus for parents so they don’t have to drive,” said Assistant Principal Jermaine Porter.
Educators say they have had enough.
A sign on the door of the building at 2001 N. Main St. announced the closure of the restaurant, which has been in the location near Eastchester Drive for more than a decade.
he number eight was Beverly Gaulden’s lucky number when she was child, and that number paid off Tuesday.
The Piedmont Triad Regional Water Authority received a solid report from its outside auditor, though the document also details a potential financial setback for the agency operating Randleman Lake that could total up to $5 million.
High Point City Councilman Foster Douglas may be forced to settle a $32,000 debt he owes the city through the seizure and auction of his residence.
High Point University will share the spirit of the season by welcoming friends, neighbors and community members for two nights of holiday celebration from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. on Dec. 18-19. The event is free and open to the public.
Piedmont Triad International Airport and officials in Greensboro and High Point hope they can win the national Boeing Co. lottery and the windfall of jobs and investment that will arrive with its new jetliner plant.
Bob Brown’s long friendship with Nelson Mandela and the relationships he established with Mandela’s family will come full circle this week.
Peace and unity. Good neighbors. Money.
These are wishes made by Washington Street community members as a part of the “One Wish for My Community” project.
The Christmas holiday season usually represents a time for good cheer and merrymaking, not political exchanges and candidate announcements.
Due to rainy weather, the contractor replacing the Baker Road bridge in High Point has delayed the start of work until Wednesday instead of today.
Squawk Box, a business program on CNBC, will feature an interview with High Point University President Nido Qubein at 8:05 a.m. Wednesday.