The receiver overseeing restitution to former affiliates of the global Zeek Rewards pyramid scheme has updated the status of payments while providing a new way for victims to keep up with their claim.
The band room at T. Wingate Andrews High School — paint chipping off lockers and quotes hand-painted on the walls — might appear rundown to some, but, to the band director and its members, it’s the house of champions.
Greg Demko will be entering uncharted waters in more ways than one come January.
Keana Jarrell didn’t want to spend her Thanksgiving sitting around the table eating turkey.
As he was campaigning for his Ward 5 City Council seat this fall, interim Mayor Jim Davis was surprised by what some voters told him as they went to cast a ballot.
Looking for the best deal? You might want to skip the turkey and shop Thursday.
New U.S. Rep. Alma Adams, D-12th, didn’t wait long after taking office to reflect the phrase constituent service.
On Wednesday, she was helping some of those most in need in her congressional district that stretches from parts of High Point through the central Piedmont to Charlotte.
It’s easy enough to do during the excitement of holiday shopping.
You leave your purchases in plain view in the back seat of your car while taking a break for lunch. Or you see the perfect gift online and neglect to check to make sure the website is secure before ordering.
The High Point Enterprise will sell Thursday's paper, packed with more than 30 sales inserts, tonight at 11. p.m.
The only hotel on the grounds of Piedmont Triad International Airport will undergo a major upgrade as part of a switch to a new operator.
The safest but most treacherous-looking rapids are running right past the front door of the new High Point Regional Visitors Center and Bureau. It’s not real, but it sure looks like it.
The City Council on Tuesday selected an official from a municipality in another part of the state to serve as the next leader of High Point’s government.
T.W. Andrews and Ragsdale were among seven Guilford County football programs penalized for violations reported to the N.C. High School Athletic Association on Monday, Guilford County Schools announced Tuesday.
Don Durham grasped two lengths of dark brown flooring strips and a handful of old square cut nails Monday, mementos from some of the happiest times in his life.
Going to grandmother’s house — or any other Thanksgiving holiday destination — will be a much less expensive drive this week.
Bundled up to brace for the cold and sitting under a huge umbrella, Sylvia Morrison wasn’t going to let the foul weather Sunday ruin her Christmas spirit or her enjoyment of the High Point Holiday Festival Parade.