No layoffs are planned at High Point Regional Health now that a yearlong grace period is passing during which health care leaders pledged no changes in the work force in the wake of the merger with UNC Health Care.
Plans for a corporate park just north of High Point are proceeding through the city approval process, but have one step remaining.
Piedmont Triad International Airport received $5.8 million in state money for a set of major projects.
Buried midway through a lengthy court filing on the mammoth, malicious Zeek Rewards pyramid scheme is a two-word phrase that may sum up the con — “Monopoly money.”
Cornerstone Health Care is alerting patients about a laptop that was stolen or is missing that contained files for 548 patients, but not any financial or Social Security information.
The new Belk store, located in the Palladium at Deep River shopping center, has been open to the public for a couple weeks but will celebrate its grand opening Wednesday.
A tract of business property along N. Main Street that’s been vacant for the past 12 years could have new life in the near future.
The court-appointed receiver in the Zeek Rewards pyramid scheme has filed the first lawsuits against alleged insiders and net winners in an effort to recover more than $200 million for victims who lost money in the global swindle.
Chip maker RF Micro Devices Inc. and TriQuint Semiconductor Inc. are combining in an all-stock deal valued at about $1.56 billion.
Some food-service workers at High Point Regional Health will soon have a new employer.
The 75 hourly employees who now work at the hospital for outside vendor Aramark Healthcare Support Services, LLC will be employed by the hospital as of Sunday, according to Becky Alley, manager of public relations and marketing for High Point Regional Health System.
Passengers planning to depart from the Piedmont Triad International Airport should call their airlines before leaving home today to be sure that their flights have not been cancelled, airport officials say.
Valentine’s Day could get a lot more complicated for local business owners such as florist Jerry Hughes.
For the past 15 years, attorney and civic leader Henry Isaacson has cherished his first-class seat helping steer the direction of Piedmont Triad International Airport.
Jobless rates across the area and state continued dropping back toward pre-Great Recession levels during December.
A two-word, alliterative aviation expression — slot swap — helps explain in large part why Piedmont Triad International Airport didn’t welcome as many passengers last year as compared to 2012.