Water slides, spring boards and high dives are signatures of a community swimming pool, but they will not be the only pieces of pool equipment around this summer.
YouTube has proven to be a gift and a curse, but three local high school seniors made it work in their favor.
The Greensboro Police department, the High Point Police and the Guilford County Sheriff’s will be knocking on doors to get any information they can about the death of a local teenager.
Oklahoma native Carole Head hasn’t lived in her home state for more than 45 years, but she still has a deep, personal appreciation of the apocalyptic destruction caused by the tornado that cut through Moore, Okla., this week.
There is no tax increase in High Point City Manager Strib Boynton’s proposed budget, but residents face new fees and utility rate increases under the draft spending plan.
GTCC leaders want to buy the Daimler Buses property to expand the college’s transportation program.
High Point Police Department will participate in the Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics on Thursday.
Nearly 20 Guilford County Schools were listed on Newsweek and The Daily Beast’s top high schools in the nation and in the state.
The rain won’t go away anytime soon.
A forecast of showers is expected for the area today and Wednesday before calmer weather prevails.
The Governor’s Highway Safety Program officially launched its Memorial Day “Click It or Ticket” campaign Monday, marking 20 years of seat belt safety awareness efforts.
Last week a federal court out of Charlotte began accepting claims from victims seeking restitution in the Zeek Rewards pyramid scheme.
With the fallout from the housing crisis still reverberating, more people continue to rent instead of trying to take out a home mortgage.
Carolina Field of Honor has become a labor of love for Jim Burgio.
Dondre Gaither lazes on a blanket by the Tuckertown Resevoir, stringing bait on a hook. Nearby is a bucket holding a fish that’s at least a pound.
In bidding farewell to both Party on the Plank and High Point, Elijah Lovejoy finds that his assessment of why the parties never thrived intertwines with the thinking of urban architect Andres Duany. In some instances he agrees with Duany; in others, he doesn’t.
Party on the Plank will not be staged this year.