Dale Holmes started working as a furniture upholsterer straight out of high school 40 years ago; when he took his first job, work at furniture manufacturing plants in the High Point area was commonplace.
A woman riding on a mo-ped was struck by a car at the intersection of Westchester Drive and Lexington Avenue late Tuesday afternoon.
The debate about what level of dress code to set for students in the Guilford County Schools came up again at the Board of Education meeting Tuesday night.
More than 700 sixth graders in Guilford County face school suspension unless they bring proof of immunization for the school year.
City Councilman Jim Davis will serve as High Point mayor for the balance of the current term in office following action by his colleagues Monday.
The Boone police chief said Monday afternoon that the death of Anna Smith isn’t likely a homicide.
Former senator James Broyhill will speak about the history and significance of the U.S. Capitol during a free address at 7 p.m. Wednesday at High Point University.
Two polls released Monday show that Democratic Sen. Kay Hagan leads Republican challenger Thom Tillis, with High Point University’s first poll on the race set to be released early next week.
City officials have a general timeframe in mind for several core city projects in the works.
A city-commissioned study of the controversial street diet proposal may not be finished until 2015.
For Tom Van Dessel, opening a furniture plant in south High Point is about much more than a business venture.
It was supposed to be an evening to hope that Anna Smith would turn up alive and safe; it turned into a night to hope that her family and friends can cope with the grief.
Some legal observers reacted with surprise to the sentence imposed on former Mayor Bernita Sims, who pleaded guilty to a felony worthless check charge last week.
“It was a small college back then. We had a house mother who would stand at the door with a ruler.”
From paying tuition with hogs to a $200 million buget, HPU has come a long way
A proposal to link six public parks and open areas with a greenway could be a key to beautifying and bringing life to one of the city’s old, and largely abandoned, industrial areas.