Former county commissioner Skip Alston will take on state Sen. Gladys Robinson, D-Guilford, in a Democratic state legislative primary next spring that has political implications for High Point.
Some Guilford County Board of Education members say they’re concerned about a new partnership with a nonprofit that places top college graduates as teachers in high-need schools.
Tommy Poland said giving blessings to unknowing shoppers on Black Friday was not his idea, but God’s.
Excitement is in the air at T. W. Andrews High, and it’s contagious as students, football players, staff and administrators anticipate the next two football games.
Residents in Trinity and surrounding cities are asked to come out and enjoy an old-fashioned Christmas at the Trinity Museum.
High Point police have arrested a Trinity man and charged him with four counts of statutory rape.
An annual volunteer effort by Girl Scouts in the greater High Point area not only will brighten the holidays for motorists this Sunday, but help people in need through donations to a local charity.
The city of High Point may close a half-mile section of Montlieu Avenue to public traffic next year to clear the way for a major expansion of High Point University.
Supporters of the local United Way hope that a national campaign dubbed Giving Tuesday will pay off for area children whose families need help keeping boys and girls from going hungry during weekends.
The High Point Museum opened its doors to the community Sunday for its 30th annual Holiday Open House.
A local restaurant and fire department are teaming up to raise funds for cancer patients in need.
The careers of High Point police Chief Marty Sumner and Guilford County Sheriff BJ Barnes span a time before and after the adoption of the Brady Bill 20 years ago, and both say the legislation has made a difference in law enforcement.
Stephanie Strickland, whose nonprofit ministry in Thomasville helps the poor as they approach desperation, said she’s seeing the cause-and-effect consequence between greater demand for help and the phase-out of extra money for low-income people through a federal food program.
As High Point commits millions of dollars toward infrastructure for two industrial parks on its northern fringes, will that mean the core city gets short shrift?
It’s no secret that, for furniture companies like Thomasville and Drexel Heritage, the days of large manufacturing plants in the Triad and other parts of the state are long gone.
Emergency personnel responded to a dog attack Saturday afternoon at a home on Newell Street.