Missing teen found.
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The city’s hospital has voluntarily dropped its Level 3 trauma center designation, though High Point Regional officials emphasize the move won’t affect patient care.
West End Ministries Executive Director Chris Gillespie will succeed former District 1 board of education member Carlvena Foster.
Nine people charged in a Wilson Place riot that escalated from a High Point Central High School lunchroom brawl were arraigned Monday in district court, where a judge reduced their bonds. Police served warrants Monday with additional charges in the Central incident.
High Point’s new crop of leaders took their seats on the dais Monday.
A Superior Court judge said he expects jury selection to conclude Tuesday in the trial of a man accused of shooting his girlfriend’s son in 2012.
Nido Qubein is the 12th-best compensated college president in the nation, according to the Chronicle of Higher Education’s list.
A High Point woman faces felony neglect charges after authorities found an elderly woman left in her care with an injury and living in filth, according to police.
Going into last month’s local election, voters faced a contrast in candidates holding views about the revitalization of city’s core.
In the end, High Pointers chose advocates on both sides of the divide for a City Council that begins a new phase Monday with the addition of a new mayor and four fresh councilmembers.
To this day, no one knows for sure where John Lee Blair was when the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor.
The fabric show for the home furnishings industry marked a milestone when its latest rendition kicked off Sunday in the furniture market district downtown.
A convicted felon accused of shooting a man in the head Saturday remains at large, police said Sunday.
Lying on their bellies, chins resting in their hands, about a dozen children were mesmerized by “The Polar Express,” playing Saturday on a TV at the Allen Jay Recreation Center.
Police arrested nine people, including three teens, in connection with a Thursday street melee that escalated from a High Point Central High School lunchroom fight.