The Guilford County Board of Education voted unanimously Tuesday night to name the gymnasium at T. Wingate Andrews High School in honor of a legendary coach who launched the basketball program there.
A program that has helped women and their small children for 40 years will embrace 21st century technology starting next week.
North High Point call center APAC Customer Services is continuing its rapid pace of hiring, with plans to add 200 jobs through the end of October.
Two men suspected of a string of north High Point break-ins are behind bars.
Emergency crews and workers for the N.C. Department of Transportation were working Tuesday morning to open the southbound exit ramp of Interstate 85 at Finch Farm Road in Trinity following a wreck between and tractor-trailer and a pickup.
For City Project leaders, it ain’t over ‘til it’s over.
One-hundred-foot poles installed along North High Point roads are a reflection of High Point’s growing infrastructure, High Point City officials said.
Some voting rights advocates worry that the timing of a federal judge’s ruling on legal challenges to state voting changes might confuse people about photo IDs, which still won’t be needed for the fall general election.
A Raleigh woman died in a car crash on Interstate 85 Sunday evening in High Point.
Move over, flights delays and baggage claim hassles — the up-and-coming controversy at airports involves ground transportation.
On lookers stared with wrinkled faces and cell phones up as a car withered in flames on Parris Avenue about 2:40 p.m. Sunday.
The number of motorists and passengers across North Carolina clicking their seat belts has reached a record high, though a series of wrecks in the area continue to show the mortal danger of not buckling up.
A local church needs help salvaging two dozen pieces of its history.
The former First Baptist Church on Washington Street faces the possible loss of 24 stained glass windows in its 107-year-old sanctuary.