That’s how Jim Flynt, 61, felt as he stood outside the Guilford County Register of Deeds office with his partner, 76-year-old Jerome Livengood, holding his arm.
For the sixth consecutive year, Guilford Technical Community College has been named a top military friendly school.
The former chairman of the Guilford County Republican Party says he filed a complaint Thursday with the State Board of Elections, alleging Guilford County Schools has been electioneering for a quarter-cent sales tax hike.
A technological upgrade aimed at addressing one of the main complaints against the city is about 50 percent complete.
A federal judge in North Carolina has struck down the state's gay marriage ban as unconstitutional, opening the way for the first same-sex weddings in the state to begin immediately.
When the Guilford County Cooperative Extension started in 1914, its main goal was to improve farmers’ quality of life.
Couples continued to wait Thursday for an expected ruling that officially will allow same-sex marriages in North Carolina.
With up to 80,000 people descending on High Point from all over the world next week, is there concern that the Ebola epidemic in West Africa could pose a threat here?
A 20-year-old Reidsville man charged in the February hit-and-run death of a High Point firefighter pleaded guilty in court on Thursday.
A registered sex offender is in jail after a school resource officer saw him loitering outside Penn-Griffin Middle School on Wednesday, police said.
If you aren’t already registered to vote, you have until the end of the day Friday if you want to cast a ballot on Election Day Nov. 4 or during the early voting period.
The local YWCA is joining a national effort to encourage communities to take action against violence.
The U.S. Supreme Court has blocked a federal appeals court ruling from taking effect that would have restored same-day registration and out-of-precinct voting in North Carolina for this fall's election.
Pastors Brandon Ware and Ann Marie Alderman each run local churches, but their perspectives on whether to hold gay wedding ceremonies at their sanctuaries stand in stark contrast.
The average combined SAT score of 1435 for Guilford County Schools’ class of 2014 ticked up two points from last year.