Tommy Poland said giving blessings to unknowing shoppers on Black Friday was not his idea, but God’s.
When OFS Brands recently announced that it will expand its High Point furniture plant, the news was noteworthy on many levels.
The national campaign against Wal-Mart Stores Inc. by an affiliate of the AFL-CIO will play out at a store in the Triad on Friday.
Gasoline prices this week that already were on par with last year’s Thanksgiving holiday could drop further in the near future because of the surprise deal this past weekend to curb Iran’s drive toward developing a nuclear weapon.
Piedmont Triad International Airport officials hope that their passengers won’t lose flights or service because of the merger between American Airlines and US Airways, which is one of the airport’s main carriers.
Motorists along interstates and other highways will notice new green-and-white signs directing travelers to Piedmont Triad International Airport.
A High Point furniture company is preparing to shut its doors after nearly 50 years in business.
David and Bitsy Wall are part of a proud community tradition during the High Point Market that dates back virtually to the trade show’s inception more than 100 years ago, but one becoming less prevalent in the modern day.
The city plans to partner with a real estate firm in a project to develop a 350-acre corporate park northwest of High Point.
Guilford County Commissioner Bill Bencini said he doesn’t want a repeat of the grief that some High Point Market showrooms endured last year as the county prepares for its business personal property tax audit.
Furniture market leader Tom Conley offers a concise answer when asked how a historic default on the nation’s debt obligations and continued government shutdown would have affected the trade show if Congress hadn’t acted Wednesday.
“I don’t even want to talk about it, think about it,” Conley said the day after Congress passed a last-moment bill to reopen the federal government and raise the debt ceiling for borrowing.
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Could the Triad’s aviation sector become the type of industrial engine that textile and furniture manufacturing used to be in the region?
One of Andres Duany’s most memorable turns of phrase when he visited High Point in May was about lifting the “regulatory regime” that governs development projects.
Corine Hollingsworth has major aspirations for High Point’s largest hotel.