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.
The more than weeklong search in Boone for missing Appalachian State University student Anna Smith of High Point ended in a dreadful, feared fashion Saturday.
City leaders are considering a major capital project in conjunction with a revitalization proposal for the High Point Neal F. Austin Public Library.
The show must go on.
That’s the mantra of City Council members following Wednesday’s surprise resignation of then-Mayor Bernita Sims.
A new 9/11 memorial was dedicated Thursday morning at the Carolina Field of Honor, and a survivor from High Point helped with the ceremony.
Significant budget cuts and schools’ growing needs prompted education advocates to launch a grassroots effort Thursday to encourage voters in November to support a quarter-cent tax increase. The quarter-cent increase would generate an estimated $14 million for public education in Guilford County.
Two robbery suspects are in custody after leading police on a chase with speeds reaching 140 mph.
John Terry will experience emotions and memories Thursday that will linger with him as long as he lives.
The High Point Fire Department captain is tied by his avocation to one of the most sobering losses on Sept. 11, 2001, during one of the darkest days for the nation.
Terry Atkinson has become committed to a monthly ritual on Wednesday mornings that helps children in the community who wonder where they might get their next hearty meal.
“Maybe the most important role you will have on this earth is to be a role model for your children,” Pastor Robert Steele told a group of men who gathered at a church Wednesday to walk their children to school.
High Point Mayor Bernita Sims resigned Wednesday, shortly before she pleaded guilty to a felony worthless check charge.
Thomasville police have arrested a third suspect in connection with the robbery of a sweepstakes business in July.
High Point University athletics director Dan Hauser declared Tuesday “a day of transformation” for the school’s sports programs.
Hundreds of bright colored T-shirts dotted the Oak Hollow Mall parking lot Tuesday evening. Every color, each standing out beneath the deep-gray sky, represented more than 40 companies and 10 organizations. The United Way of Greater High Point’s 2014 CANpaign gained more than the enthusiasm volunteers hoped for as UWGHP officially kicked off this year’s community fundraising drive.
City police officers came to T. Wingate Andrews High School Tuesday afternoon after a lunchtime altercation between two male students.