Motorists traveling through part of Trinity will need to take a detour through the middle of this month.
High Point lost a revenue source and one of its legislative priorities went nowhere during the recently adjourned N.C. General Assembly session.
The threat of a downpour didn’t keep visitors from dropping by the Theatre Art Galleries and the High Point Theatre on Friday night to view professional bicycle-themed art.
Although High Point has a reputation as a heroin hub, less than half of the people who overdosed in the city this year had High Point addresses, said High Point police Chief Marty Sumner. The rest, about 60 percent, were from other cities, including Lexington, Thomasville, Oxford and Wilmington.
Numbers released Thursday show Guilford County Schools’ graduation rate, a new high of 88.5 percent, tops that of the state and its five largest districts.
Police are looking for a suspect who robbed a local pharmacy of prescription pain pills at gunpoint on Wednesday night.
The annual High Point Cycling Classic will gear up Friday with a different approach to the beauty of bicycling.
Anna Smith, 18, told her parents that someone assaulted her the week before Labor Day, according to Appalachian State University. Now the N.C. State Bureau of Investigation considers Smith a “missing and endangered person.”
Mattie Clyburn Rice made her mark when she set out to get recognition for her slave father who fought in the Civil War. And she made sure of it before she died at the age of 91.
A year ago, Mollie Brewer watched the High Point Cycling Classic from the sidelines, close enough to feel the breeze every time a pack of racers rushed by her. This year, she won't just be watching the pack — she’ll be in the pack.
One man is in the hospital with serious injuries following a two-car wreck on E. Fairfield Road Wednesday afternoon. Another driver suffered minor injuries.
The recent lack of rainfall barely has made a dent in one key resource for High Pointers — their water supply.
A High Point teen faces felony charges related to the theft of more than $100,000 worth of copper from a school’s air conditioning unit over the summer, authorities said Wednesday.
Garden and plant specialist Ralph Soviero said the leaves you see drifting off trees reflect one visible outcome from the absence of rainfall recently.
Some City Council members are trying to put the brakes on plans to spend millions of dollars on what has been a money-losing operation.