For area food pantries, supply continues to dwindle as demand increases leaving more families with little food.
Gasoline prices this week that already were on par with last year’s Thanksgiving holiday could drop further in the near future because of the surprise deal this past weekend to curb Iran’s drive toward developing a nuclear weapon.
The day they buried President John F. Kennedy, a young High Point man stood maybe a couple hundred feet away, a silent, somber witness to one of the darkest days in this nation’s history.
Superintendent Mo Green continues to plow forward with Guilford County Schools’ one-to-one personalized learning initiative.
The Thanksgiving week storm system that first brought freezing rain to the High Point area early Tuesday morning, then heavy precipitation through last night, may end this morning or early this afternoon as snow flurries.
A long-awaited master plan by architectural firm Duany Plater-Zyberk of Miami is now in the hands of High Point officials.
Residents have a new way to apply for pistol permits.
The Guilford County Sheriff’s Office will offer an online pistol permit service.
Last week’s indictment of High Point Mayor Bernita Sims brought an end to one chapter in a long-running saga, but much of the story remains to be told.
The Rev. Raymond A. Petrea has become the new minister at St. Michael’s Lutheran Church.
With winter weather here and the holidays upon us, many residents are lighting fires for warmth or have the stove on for holiday meals.
The historic vote in the U.S. Senate to short-circuit the use of the filibuster by Republicans against President Barack Obama’s nominees should have a major, direct effect on voters in High Point and across the Piedmont.
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