A common saying of many people stepping into a polling booth is that they don’t vote for the party, but the person.
But the popularity of a voting option being eliminated this year in North Carolina — straight-ticket voting — shows that the pull of the Democratic or Republican parties remains strong.
A North Carolina man that prosecutors say masterminded an $850 million Internet-based Ponzi scheme faces charges of wire and mail fraud, conspiracy and tax fraud.
A rally held Thursday at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater High Point was one of more than 8,000 events nationwide to tout the importance of afterschool programs for children.
A 26-year-old city resident on parole wearing an ankle bracelet has been charged with weapon and drug offenses.
It’s the revival of a tasty tradition Saturday as crowds stream into downtown Lexington for the 31st Annual Barbecue Festival.
High Point native Dorothy “Dot” Kendall Kearns was honored Thursday night by the Guilford County Board of Education’s unanimous decision to rename the former Immaculate Heart of Mary facility after the longtime education advocate.
Twice each year, during the High Point Market, students from High Point University get a chance to 'rub elbows' with designers and executives in the furniture industry.
"They just get an opportunity that, anywhere else in the country, students aren’t going to get," said Jane Nichols, HPU home furnishings and interior design department chair.
Thomas Built Buses announced Thursday that it will add 236 full-time jobs at its 713 W. Fairfield Road facility.
Guilford County Sheriff BJ Barnes held a press conference to explain what happened in a March 2013 confrontation between a deputy and detainee that was captured on a video released anonymously Thursday.
The City Council voted 7-1 Thursday to reject the N. Main Street road diet proposal.
Funding from public and private sources is helping High Point Market leaders bring more people to the world’s largest home furnishings trade show.
Early voting, started as an experiment 14 years ago in North Carolina, now has become a staple of campaign seasons as it kicks off Thursday for the fall general election.
An overwhelming majority of comments sent to Guilford County Board of Education are in favor of renaming the former Immaculate Heart of Mary building for Dorothy “Dot” Kearns — a change that may occur Thursday night.
City Council members on Tuesday got their first look at the results of the N. Main Street road diet study.
As Congress gears up for ways to keep the threat from Ebola in check across the country, a representative with ties to the area probably will have a central role in the effort.
The federal agency that oversees complaints about discrimination in employment has filed a national legal action against FedEx Ground, which has a major package sorting operation in the region.