The owners of a south High Point shopping center anchored by Kmart say they plan to subdivide the space once the department store closes at the end of the summer.
When it comes to state funding for the High Point Market, the expression “what a difference a year makes” might serve as an understatement.
The past six weeks have offered an up-and-down odyssey for Golden B Restaurant co-owner Cush Bocholis and his family as they have coped with their small business closing temporarily because of a freak accident.
The latest major highway project that will shift the landscape and change traffic patterns in the Piedmont is underway in northern Guilford County.
An area of north High Point that already features a variety of shopping centers may soon get another one.
The battle raging in Iraq that threatens to turn into a civil war could bring an unwelcome ripple effect soon for local motorists.
The historic Kilby Hotel may have fallen in on itself in the aftermath of a severe thunderstorm this week, but that doesn’t mean the group that was interested in renovating the building will walk away from Washington Street.
The city’s lone Kmart store will close this fall, with a liquidation sale beginning at the end of this month.
At a time when the pressing debate locally centers on the city’s economic future and getting High Pointers to shop locally, one major retail property just keeps on humming.
Two years after their entrapment in a mammoth Ponzi scheme became public, victims of the Zeek Rewards swindle finally may receive some restitution this autumn.
BNC Bancorp, the holding company for Bank of North Carolina, on Thursday announced it has entered into an agreement to acquire all of the common stock of Harbor Bank Group Inc., the holding company for Harbor National Bank out of Charleston, S.C.
The deteriorating Kilby Hotel near downtown may be saved through a California-based group that has taken over and revitalized historic, dilapidated properties on the West Coast.
Two words appearing more and more often in local business circles reflect a steadily improving employment market — “job fair.”
Scott White sits at the desk of his small office lit by sunshine, cherishing the job he loves while surrounded by pages of construction plans spread across a long, rectangular table.
A loss for the economy in New Bern will end up as a boost for the local economy here.