Longtime Guilford County Board of Education member Carlvena Foster of High Point will seek a seat on the Board of Commissioners, and she’s receiving an endorsement from outgoing, veteran commissioner Bruce Davis.
A three-year-old child was killed Monday night at the family home in High Point by their family pet dog.
When city employees dine out at upscale restaurants on the taxpayer’s dime, is there a legitimate business purpose? Why have some meal charges racked up by city employees been budgeted as office supplies?
Akir Saeed Khan is a trailblazer in his own right. Now add that he recently made The Business Journal’s 2014 40 Leaders Under 40 list and he’s a force to be reckoned with.
Heather Richardson's parents have wonderful memories of the 2014 Winter Olympics, even though they didn't get to see their speedskating daughter win a medal.
Several streets along Willard Dairy Road in north High Point were blocked to traffic this afternoon while emergency crews and workers with Piedmont Natural Gas responded to a gas line rupture.
The number of North Carolinians who disapprove of the performance of Republican Gov. Pat McCrory increased in the latest High Point University Poll that surveyed state residents in the wake of the Dan River coal ash spill.
Chip maker RF Micro Devices Inc. and TriQuint Semiconductor Inc. are combining in an all-stock deal valued at about $1.56 billion.
The two High Point candidates for the 6th Congressional District — Republican Don Webb and Democrat Bruce Davis — have a ways to go to catch up with their counterparts in fundraising with less than three months until the party primaries.
Federal funding for food stamps throughout the state and Guilford County appears to be safe for now.
Farrell Hinkle, of Welcome, designed the original No. 3 that Dale Earnhardt made famous.
New High Point Parks and Recreation Director Lee Tillery is still learning the job, but he spent the past year getting a head start.
Politicians and others may talk about how the economy is improving, but what do the numbers say?
The spill of coal ash at the first of this month from a closed Duke Energy Corp. facility has sullied dozens of miles of the Dan River — the question now becomes how will the fallout stream into this year’s political season.
Businesses in some parts of High Point now have another marketing tool at their disposal, thanks to a recent zoning change adopted by the City Council.