Recent revelations that law enforcement agencies in High Point and elsewhere have databases of licence plate records have spotlighted another evidence-gathering practice on the rise across the state.
State lawmakers haven’t given local governments much to cheer about lately, but High Point officials are breathing a sigh of relief over one aspect of the just-concluded N.C. General Assembly session.
A home on Paramount Street been empty for about a year, according to Jerry Chandler who lives on the street. While the grass has not been cut in a good while, Chandler said that he has seen it worse than it is now.
Local shelters are hoping that residents will give the stove a rest Tuesday and dine out instead for a cause.
Open Door Ministries of High Point, in partnership with West End Ministries, will host the fourth annual Dining Out for Hunger.
Piedmont Natural Gas to inspect pipeline at Old Hopewell Church Road
Sharon Tatum traveled from her home in Walkertown to downtown High Point Saturday to attend her first professional bicycling race.
As she sat on a bench in Mendenhall Transportation Terminal taking in the spectacle that had become the center of the city, she spoke a line for many other first-time fans: “I didn’t know there were this many bikers in the world.”
When he talks to small business owners, Mark Hagenbuch tries to be more of a generalist than a specialist.
The Legislature Thursday passed a version of a bill that restricts voters from making decisions about local school boards.
The banana seat bike on display at the High Point Theatre brings back memories for Sallie Robinson.
Economic developers have asked the city of Trinity and Randolph County to assist a local business with an expansion.
Leaders know Grimsley pool will need repair funding from the community.
High Point Swim Club and the YMCA want to offer better services for swimmers of all ages.
Residents and members of organizations came out to welcome cyclists and the USA National Championships to the High Point Cycling Classic Thursday afternoon at Mendenhall Transportation Terminal downtown.
Residents can get their first look at what downtown High Point could look like with businesses in sea-cans.
A fully furnished sea-can, The Ignite Crit Suite Box, will be on display during the fourth annual High Point Cycling Classic this weekend.
The North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation has broadened its inquiry into the handling of an estate by High Point Mayor Bernita Sims.