Economic developers have asked the city of Trinity and Randolph County to assist a local business with an expansion.
Some homeowners in the High Point area are finding what could be a startling letter in the mail from their insurance company about a suggested rate increase higher than the one allowed by state regulators.
The home furnishings company that markets the Paula Deen line of furniture is sticking with her, the company announced this afternoon.
The strange odyssey this year of state funding for the High Point Market should end up with the trade show receiving $200,000 more than it receives now, after facing the spectre four months ago of having its state appropriation cut in half.
If you’re looking for a different kind of taste treat when it comes to doughnuts, the husband and wife team of Todd Harris and Monyca Yin have just the place.
Volvo’s North American corporate headquarters will add to its local presence with a planned $15 million office building in north High Point.
The stock market is booming. U.S. companies are posting record profits. The housing market is making a solid comeback.
While some positive trends have continued of late in the furniture industry, retail sales have been sluggish.
Two analysts of the industry recently published reports that reached these seemingly contradictory conclusions.
N.C. Commerce Secretary Sharon Decker recently joined city officials to celebrate the opening of an Italian snack food maker in north High Point.
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.