The proposed Montlieu Gateway is not just any transportation project. It has the blessing of some of the state’s top power players.
The High Point Police Department is investigating a residential break-in and gunfire exchange that occurred Sunday morning.
In 1924, about $850 was collected for the first Christmas Cheer toy giveaway.
A man was shot and killed during an apparent robbery Friday night, according to High Point police.
A High Point woman pays tribute to her two brothers, who were killed in World War II, with a letter that was 70 years in the making.
High Point Regional and a patient who alleged he was sexually assaulted by a male nursing assistant there in 2009 are expected to finalize the details of a lawsuit settlement next week.
If the High Point City Council’s new committee structure is any indication, revitalization initiatives may be getting more face time.
Jo Williams didn’t capture the High Point City Council seat she sought this fall, but she considers herself a winner because of what happened during the campaign.
A detective credited with making key arrests of violent offenders and an animal control officer who goes beyond the call of duty were honored by the Thomasville Police Department recently.
A crowd of about 100 people gathered Thursday night to hear details about the proposed widening of portions of Montlieu Avenue and Greensboro Road through the Five Points area of east High Point.
With three fresh members and a new chairman, the Guilford County Board of Commissioners appears to be wasting no time wading into the potentially thorny issue of economic incentives.
At first nothing happened when 24-year-old Victor Sinclair turned the key at Vann York Toyota Thursday night.
A jury found Weldon Teasley not guilty Thursday of murder in the 2012 shooting death of his girlfriend’s son. Following Teasley’s acquittal on a first-degree murder charge, a judge ordered that the man — who has spent the last two years and nine months jailed — be freed.
Crews responded to a fire at a High Point nursing home Thursday afternoon in the Forsyth County part of the city.
Communities across the High Point area and North Carolina are among the hardest hit by job losses linked to China during a 12-year period, according to a report released this afternoon.