The YMCA of High Point has started a $4 million series of facilities upgrades at its three city locations and at Camp Cheerio in the North Carolina mountains.
High Point’s efforts to collect a decade-old debt from City Councilman Foster Douglas would be for naught if a bankruptcy judge rules in his favor.
City police arrested a rape suspect who was considered armed and dangerous.
Public money and future direction are among the issues in a growing rift between the City Council and the nonprofit it funds that is charged with revitalizing inner-city High Point.
Amelia Penland Fuller was making a pot of coffee in her kitchen about 10 a.m. Friday when she heard a disturbing, odd sound outside her home on Hillcrest Drive.
First she heard a wicked, loud crack, like the amplified sound of a wooden board breaking in two. Then she heard a tremendous boom as a three-inch thick tree limb propelled through the roof of her home, through the ceiling and into her kitchen.
The YMCA of High Point received a big check, literally and figuratively, from one of its closest partners.
United Way of Greater High Point has set another record as it strives to continue its service to the city and surrounding areas.
A High Point thoroughfare could be renamed for Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. under a proposal put forth by the City Council Monday.
The cause of a mobile home fire early Tuesday morning that took the lives of a mother and her two young children will be listed as undetermined, and the Wallburg fire chief said the investigation is considered closed.
Some parents of current and future High Point Central students are strongly backing the plan to move The Academy at Central to the former Immaculate Heart of Mary school building.
Republican congressional candidate Don Webb of High Point is touting an endorsement from the most famous family in NASCAR.
A mother and her two children were killed early this morning in a fire at a mobile home in Wallburg in northern Davidson County.
High Point Police Officer Chris O’Toole was on his way to his department when a call about a fight came across the radio.
For Rodney and Lavinia Hensley, necessity was the mother of invention.
Attorneys from a Raleigh law firm will take over the investigation into a grievance against City Manager Strib Boynton that was brought by a member of the city’s executive team.