If you’re a regular customer of the two Harris Teeter Supermarkets Inc. grocery stores in High Point, you shouldn’t notice any change from the upcoming sale of the company to Kroger Co.
Gene Murr has had a taste of salt in his pool, and he’s not going back.
Murr, who lives in High Point, has enjoyed a pool at his home for 30 years. But three years ago he switched from a traditional chlorinated pool to a saltwater one.
When The Gilded Lily by Patra closes its doors this weekend after 18 years in business, it will leave a void in High Point’s retail landscape.
People looking for work locally and across the state could face another roadblock starting later this summer — reduced hours of operation at job service offices or even the loss of locations.
A sign outside the old, closed brick manufacturing building reads “We’re back.”
Jobless rates increased across the greater High Point area and in most regions of the state from April to May, a development that may stoke the debate about the end of extended unemployment benefits and reductions in weekly jobless payouts taking effect this week.
WGHP-TV Fox 8 and Furniture Today, the primary home furnishings trade magazine, will be under new owners.
A nonprofit organization that promotes American-made products is pressuring the entity that owns a majority of High Point Market showroom space to do more to accommodate domestic furniture manufacturers.
Residents searching for a meal at Mrs. Winner’s will now be pulling up to Umphy’s instead.
A High Point Market showroom building that’s been in limbo for a year because of a bankruptcy filing by its former operator has a new owner.
The city of High Point is warning some customers that they may mistakenly receive a late-due notice about their bills even if they have paid on time.
Will Paula Deen ever show up again as an invited guest during the High Point Market?
Deen drew rave reviews as the highest-profile celebrity in High Point this past April for the spring furniture market. But in the wake of reports about racially insensitive comments attributed to the TV star chef and Southern cultural icon, Deen’s future as a celebrity on a High Point Market stage could be in question.
A bill working its way through the N.C. General Assembly would legalize emphatically a fundraising practice used for years by nonprofit groups — gambling game nights that pony up contributions for causes.
Many community banks took a beating during the Great Recession.
Four years after FedEx Corp. touched down in reality with its national cargo hub at Piedmont Triad International Airport, the company has become a major employer in the Piedmont.
But that employment isn’t through the cargo hub alone.