The American Legion national office denied the Post 87 HiToms’ appeal in a two-sentence statement emailed Thursday morning.
Police released an image of a man they suspect to be responsible for the string of N. Main Street break-ins in July.
After a glitchy start to its tablet intiative last year — cracked screens, bent pieces, lost accessories and a charger that overheated, melting some of the plastic casing — and the subsequent suspension of the program, Guilford County Schools this month will relaunch the effort with a sturdier device and a different approach.
The driver of a Chevrolet Equinox that struck and killed a man on a mo-ped Tuesday has been charged.
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Post 87, which was disqualified from the state tournament Sunday for using a player who attended a Baseball Factory event, and Baseball Factory, a sponsor that pays $30,000 per year for access to Legion players for such events.
Attorneys in a lawsuit involving the alleged hazing death of a High Point University student received a postponement Wednesday to continue discussions about the case.
The job market appears to have improved at the start of the summer, with area unemployment rates falling from the same period a year ago.
A Connecticut-based logistics company will purchase New Breed Logistics, the city’s 13th-largest employer which has its main operation in north High Point.
Sunday evening, movie lovers can gather at 512 Collective for an outdoor viewing of the 1993 movie “The Sandlot.”
A woman heard someone knocking at the door about 6:30 a.m. Wednesday morning. She opened the door to High Point police looking for her husband, who was still in bed.
A rider on a moped died Tuesday night after a collision with a car in east High Point.
The Post 87 HiToms will finally have their opportunity to tell their side of the story.
It appears that a federal court is making what seemed like a legal buttress against gay marriage in North Carolina a moot point.
Motorists who regularly travel a section of Montlieu Avenue between College Drive and Centennial Street can make one last trip Wednesday.
UPDATE: The national Legion office has reopened Post 87's appeal. Posts 87 and 82 will have 24 hours to submit their statements. (Post 82 is Shelby, where the American Legion World Series is permently held.)
This puts the N.C. Legion in a difficult position after it ignored Post 87's request to halt the tournament.