High Point will have a new top elected leader since Mayor Bernita Sims isn’t seeking re-election. That leaves Bill Bencini, Marcus Brandon or Jimmy Scott to take the oath office as mayor this December after voters make their choice Nov. 4.
The date Sept. 30 is one that victims of the global Zeek Rewards pyramid scheme have had circled on their calendars for months.
High Point Friends School will see new leadership next year following the retirement of longtime Head of School David Girardi.
With less than a weeks until the High Point Cycling Classic, the celebration continues to grow bigger.
Investigators are trying to determine the cause of death of a person whose body was found in a vehicle reported on fire this past weekend.
Bailey Bowers, 17, has not stopped writing since kindergarten. And it has served her well.
Three evenings in September may be all it takes to trigger positive change in the Triad, but Anthony Higgs is prepared to settle in for the long haul.
On this Labor Day, as we honor our workforce, many local people earning a paycheck don’t relish a clean, climate-controlled office job.
North State CEO Royster Tucker III says the High Point-based telecommunications company is leading the way when it comes to the latest technology.
Even as the day climbed to 90 degrees, the audience at the fourth annual John Coltrane International Jazz and Blues Festival did not budge from their seats Saturday afternoon. There was excellent jazz music to be heard.
With the mountains folded around them, the team found themselves on a field in Italy, blindsided by every move the Finnish team threw their way. It was the second game in the world championships, and they weren’t giving up yet.
Officials say plans remain on track for a major north High Point road improvement project.
Thoughts on renaming the Immaculate Heart of Mary Building after longtime education advocate Dorothy “Dot” Kearns? Guilford County Schools wants you to send them in.
Some of the key metrics of the residential furniture industry continue to show positive signs, according to a monthly report by a High Point accounting firm.
After 38 years, High Point's first fulltime cardiologist, Dr. Charles C. Crowell III, has retired.
The excitement of watching your favorite college football teams on a big-screen TV. Non-stop action, from kickoffs at noon to contests on the West Coast that start closer to midnight. Blitz coverage of games on a host of television channels.
For this gridiron TV spectacle, you have one group of people to thank — the justices on the U.S. Supreme Court.