Common Core Standards used in Guilford County Schools are right in line with a study out of the University of Missouri revealing that children need more practice than just reciting information to be successful in elementary school.
Marty Lawing knew when he took the county manager’s job, the timing was not good.
Near the end of each school year, fifth graders in Northwood Elementary’s International Baccalaureate program present their final exhibition.
A High Point man has been arrested after police say he crashed a car into a man with whom he was arguing.
It’s smaller, and some officials still don’t want it, but the first 250-acre phase of a business park near Linwood is moving off the drawing board.
Trinity officials face two significant constraints in fashioning the city’s 2013-14 budget.
Kimberly Crews and her fellow employees at High Point Regional UNC Health Care will enter uncharted financial waters with the impending shift of Medicaid reimbursements to hospitals here and across the state and nation.
The High Point Police Department is requesting the public’s assistance in locating 15-year-old Scarlette Angel Deloach.
Usually a political party gathering in an off year from a major election wouldn’t draw much attention, but this year’s 12th Congressional District Democratic Party convention takes place during anything but a normal time.
After months of fears and concerns, and some possible headaches, county commissioners got some relief Thursday after they saw a 2014 county budget with no tax rate increase.
An autopsy report shows that a missing teenager found in a lake in March died from a single gunshot wound to the back of his neck.
“We’ve been making our own dream. Tonight, we’re going to see that dream in pictures and words.”
That was how Aaron Clinard, chairman of The City Project, led off the wrap-up session for Ignite High Point with urban architect Andres Duany Wednesday night.
The green-and-white clad young cheerleaders at a benefit bicycle ride Wednesday night channeled the spirit of the late Gina Jacobs.
A change in how one local U.S. Post Office operates is coming this weekend, but shouldn’t affect service to postal customers, officials said.
Rabid fox attacks boys at their home