Voters will have plenty of issues — from the fate of The City Project to the level of property tax and electric rates — to determine this fall who represents them as mayor and council members.
But factors that don’t have anything directly to do with city politics might play a role in who leads High Point after voters go to the polls.
Pencil and paper replaced hammers and measuring tape Friday as a Mendenhall Oaks Parkway building went from a construction site to a charter school.
Phoenix Academy kicked off its school year Friday morning in a newly renovated space — a 45,000-square-foot facility in the Mendenhall Business Park.
Guilford County students are making gains when it comes to a widely used college admissions exam.
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.
To help ensure students entering the sixth grade meet state law vaccination requirements, the Guilford County Department of Health and Human Services on Saturday will offer a clinic in High Point.
The merger of two major agencies of Guilford County government continues to proceed, with the next step involving the role of an advisory board to the commissioners.
It doesn’t take long for the eyes to start rolling and the wisecracks to start popping when Cory Watson and his daughter, Cameron, talk about the Andrews-Central football rivalry.
The N.C. Zoo will have a temporary guest this fall, and she will have the perfect roommate.
When Officer Chris O’Toole arrived at the scene, 17-year-old Javotae Malik Murray was laying across on the laps of two teenagers sitting on a porch with blood everywhere.
Two men face felony charges for stealing a 42-inch flat-screen TV from Walmart on Monday.
An attempted robbery resulted in a shooting just before 4 a.m. Thursday morning.
No such thing as a free lunch? Not true for several High Point area schools.
Students at nearly 20 schools in or near High Point will receive free breakfast and lunch under a U.S. Department of Agriculture program this year.
After investigating of a series of reports of missing merchandise, police arrested five men in connection with a T-shirt larceny conspiracy and are searching for one more.
If we can just get to 2020.
That’s the attitude of High Point leaders when it comes to lowering electric rates for city residents.
ElectriCities, the regional power agency that provides High Point electricity, expects to retire a sizable amount of debt by 2020, which officials said should enable the city to lower its rates.
A 50-year-old man who was a member of a building renovation crew was electrocuted on Wednesday.
The largest freshman class in High Point University’s 90-year history will arrive on campus Saturday, which also will produce dividends for city businesses this weekend.