Northwood Elementary’s Communities In Schools presented 16 students with special awards for exhibiting positive traits and characteristics at the school.
The Guilford County Board of Commissioners voted unanimously to phase in a ban on the unattended tethering, or chaining, of dogs on private property.
Proponents of High Point’s many revitalization initiatives tonight will begin what they hope will become a new downtown tradition
Owners of the former Kilby Hotel on Washington Street are continuing to work with historic preservationists to explore ways to save the 103-year-old building.
Fifty years ago, the assassination of President John F. Kennedy forever changed the way that Americans perceive and grieve during a national tragedy.
A High Point firefighter is hanging up his boots after 30 years of fighting fires and keeping residents safe.
Supporters of a new arts center in High Point were dealt a setback when officials rejected a proposal that would have provided up to $200,000 in city funding for the project.
Plans to expand High Point University’s campus have cleared the city’s review process.
Council members also pressed HPU representatives to explain their “signature fence” that surrounds the campus and whether it’s intended to keep the public out.
Guilford County Sheriff BJ Barnes is seeking more than $150,000 to update and upgrade the aging — but still functional — locks at the county jail in High Point.
Guilford County Sheriff BJ Barnes will seek another four-year term next year, he told The High Point Enterprise Wednesday.
Authorities won’t decide until after the holidays whether a 14-year-old girl charged with stabbing her brother to death will be tried as an adult.
Piedmont Triad International Airport officials hope that their passengers won’t lose flights or service because of the merger between American Airlines and US Airways, which is one of the airport’s main carriers.
High Point Mayor Bernita Sims turned herself in to authorities Tuesday, one day after she was indicted by a grand jury for allegedly writing a worthless $7,000 check to a family member as part of an estate settlement.
Phil Berger Jr., the district attorney for Rockingham County and son of N.C. Senate President Pro Tem Phil Berger Sr., R-Rockingham, will announce his plans to run for the 6th Congressional District tomorrow morning.
Trinity Councilwoman Debbie Frazier has been assigned a Jan. 8 court date on charges alleging she stole another council member’s political sign.