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.
U.S. Secretary of Transportation Anthony Foxx returned to his home state to visit Oak Hill Elementary School on Friday to show some love for school buses and local bus drivers.
City officials say they’re keeping close watch to make sure that state lawmakers don’t take away a key revenue source for High Point’s largest economic engine.
Local motorists riding along highways or streets are having to avoid — or are striking — one unwelcome result of the recent snowstorm that blanketed the area.
A 78-year-old woman from Thomasville died this morning when she lost control of her car while traveling on Holly Grove Road east of Lexington.
Heather Richardson’s quest for an Olympic medal in 2014 has officially ended.
High Point Fire Department crews battled a blaze early this morning at a business in south High Point.
The up-and-down weather extremes of this winter will turn back toward the brisk next week. The big unknown is whether that means another round of wintry precipitation.
A building in east High Point containing a business was heavily damaged by fire Wednesday night.
Two people have been arrested in connection with a stabbing in southeast High Point Wednesday afternoon.
Guilford County Schools has come to a tentative agreement to continue working with Amplify to provide new tablets for the PACE program to restart next school year.
More than 100 tons of cut granite from a Mount Airy can make quite a statement.
In this case, the statement honors men and women who have served and defended the country through service in the military.
How did the blueprint that is guiding High Point’s revitalization efforts come into being and what purpose has it served?
A Belgian furniture company will establish its North American manufacturing headquarters in south High Point, Gov. Pat McCrory announced Wednesday.
Some food-service workers at High Point Regional Health will soon have a new employer.
The 75 hourly employees who now work at the hospital for outside vendor Aramark Healthcare Support Services, LLC will be employed by the hospital as of Sunday, according to Becky Alley, manager of public relations and marketing for High Point Regional Health System.