City officials say they are ramping up efforts to collect tree limbs and other debris from the March 7 ice storm.
The agency that operates the Randleman Regional Reservoir announced Tuesday that it has settled a long-running inverse condemnation lawsuit for $2.35 million.
For all the controversy surrounding the N.C. General Assembly, none of it was on display at High Point City Hall on Monday night.
With the number of charter schools in the state on the rise, Phoenix Academy has found a way to continue to be competitive.
Storms with heavy rains that pushed through the area last night and early this morning disrupted some motorists in High Point.
A package found inside a north High Point bank Monday that aroused suspicions didn’t contain explosives.
Local restaurant owner Tim Carter said that Masters golf tournament champion Bubba Watson, fortunately, disproves the adage that nice guys finish last.
A High Point congregation is mourning the death of its senior pastor, who took his own life over the weekend.
The Ku Klux Klan leader arrested this past weekend in the shooting deaths of three residents of Overland Park, Kan., has ties to the notorious Klan/Nazi shootout in a Greensboro neighborhood 35 years ago.
North Carolina’s ongoing experiment with early voting probably will never receive as much attention as when voters go to polling booths later this month and again this fall.
Law enforcement officers this morning caught a suspect trying to flee the country after a stabbing death that happened Saturday night at a residence in Randleman.
The controversy surrounding the proposed hiring by the city of a business consultant to work on redevelopment issues in High Point has rekindled the debate about whether the city needs a stronger business advocate.
The City Council recently approved several big-ticket expenditures for capital projects.
Clifton White Jr. — by breaking a board with one hand and another with a bare foot — proved Saturday afternoon that, yet again, age is just a number.
Angela Dawson, soon-to-be principal of Fairview Elementary, said she is ready and excited to turn the school around next year.
A new poll by High Point University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill finds that large percentages of registered voters say super PACs — organizations that can raise and spend unlimited amounts of money on behalf of candidates they support — should be illegal and that the news media should help voters recognize which advertisements the organizations buy to support particular candidates.