Penn-Griffin arts students have taken heed to Superintendent Mo Green’s strategic plan emphasizing service learning.
A High Point man who police say killed his 2 -week-old son, after punching the baby in the face in an attempt to get him to be quiet, will not face the death penalty.
With a criminal investigation looming over High Point Mayor Bernita Sims, what might the future hold for the city’s top elected post?
Alishia and Jamal Page could be seen outside their home on 2610 Cartsen Ave. trying to salvage the burnt and charred pieces of their life Tuesday morning.
A fire had destroyed the two-story home that the Page family had being renting for the past four years the evening before.
Heavy damage at 2610 Carsten Ave.
The North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation recently completed an inquiry into allegations that High Point Mayor Bernita Sims passed a worthless check to a family member involving an estate.
GTCC leaders expect to close by August a deal to buy the Daimler property adjacent to the Jamestown campus.
Teachers do an amazing service to educate the kids throughout the county. This week, National Teacher Appreciation Week, parents and students can show their appreciation with small tokens to let them know you care.
District wants $23 million in increases next year.
At the end of the year, Penn-Griffin seniors may leave high school with a notch above the rest because of a unique leadership program offered to them this year.
For more than 20 years, internationally acclaimed vocalist and performer Anthony Dean Griffey has drifted between two real-life presentations about a fundamental facet of his life.
Open Door Ministries wants people to come out for a night filled with fellowship and love for a good cause.
Three people were killed and two injured in a fiery traffic crash in Lexington early Sunday.
Officers across America are gearing up for the nations’ Peace Officer Memorial Day and Police Week.
The road to opening her own business in Uptowne High Point was a long one for Jill Newton.