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.
Republican County Commissioner Sam Watford said that he intends to challenge recently appointed state Rep. Roger Younts, R-Davidson, in next spring’s 80th State House District primary in the wake of Younts’ controversial appointment to the post earlier this month.
After a year and two weeks on the job, High Point Fire Chief Rick McIntyre resigned from the department.
Police arrested two teens in the beating and robbery of a store clerk.
There could be a production lull before the season ends.
Sanitary District candidate slate comes up one short
Visitors coming downtown starting Thursday for the High Point Cycling Classic, or motorists passing through the heart of High Point, will have to negotiate detours because of street closings for the event.
U.S. Rep. Howard Coble, R-6th, will undergo hernia surgery at a Washington, D.C., hospital this afternoon.
Local food shelters are seeing a shortage in food supplies, and West End Ministries is no exception.
If Mipso sings “Home Again” when they perform for the High Point Cycling Classic, one of its members really will be.
Elementary school-aged children gather around Edith Brady, watching her finger as it traces lines on a map.
City leaders say they’re puzzled by new state regulations for High Point’s municipal lakes.
Former Lexington manager to lead Denton
Twenty-five years ago, Malcolm Graham came up from Charlotte to say “I do” with his bride at a High Point church.
Now, the state legislator serving Mecklenburg County finds political life has brought him full circle back to High Point — this time, as a candidate who might run for Congress later this year in a special election.