In a just a little over a month, many high school seniors will become rising freshmen.
Plans to develop a large tract with new housing and commercial space have cleared one phase of the city’s review process.
A High Point seafood restaurant closed its doors Friday.
Supporters of the High Point Market hope that investing $50,000 in a new economic study of the event will have a multiplier effect of showing the scope and importance of the trade show.
So far, so good, for the possible impact of the sequester on Piedmont Triad International Airport.
But airport Executive Director Kevin Baker candidly acknowledges he doesn’t know when or if the effect of the federal sequester might descend to the runways and passenger terminal at PTIA.
Nancy Mahoney and Mark Snyder had an idea. It was just a question of how to make it happen.
Gov. Pat McCrory offered a candid explanation about who takes responsibility for an initial proposal by his new administration to halve funding for the High Point Market — the buck stops with him.
U.S. Sen. Kay Hagan’s visit to the new Stanley Furniture showroom and corporate headquarters downtown became a real-time blend of business and politics this morning.
Law enforcement officials said they will implement additional security measures for the upcoming High Point Market in response to Monday’s Boston Marathon bomb attack that killed three people and injured upward of 175.
Gov. Pat McCrory will visit the High Point Market for the first time as governor later this week, including a meeting with furniture industry officials who recently lobbied him to reverse course on a plan to cut state funding for the furniture market.
The beginnings of Piedmont Chemical Industries were humble.The High Point company that Fred Wilson Sr. and his family built into a large corporation with more than 300 employees started out in a small building on English Road during the Great Depression.
A Randolph County adhesives manufacturer intends to move forward with a proposed expansion now that two local government bodies have authorized incentives for the project, according to a company official.
Ryan Saunders, with the help of artists, musicians and designers from around the country, will open a “pop-up shop” for marketgoers and the public.
The more than 2,000 employees of High Point Regional are now part of a health system under the banner of the University of North Carolina, but that doesn’t mean they have become state government workers.
Unemployment rates in High Point, across the region and statewide pulled back in February compared to January, but still remain at abnormally high levels in the wake of the Great Recession.