An afternoon house fire has left fire marshals looking for clues in the backyard of a charred house on Johnson Street.
High Point Police have wrapped up an investigation by shutting down an auto theft ring that is believed to have stolen at least $1 million in property across four states.
Some measure of financial justice finally may be about to arrive for victims of the mammoth Zeek Rewards pyramid scheme.
Here’s your chance
Two county agencies that serve the needy could lose staff and support for their community partners if commissioners follow a list of possible cuts.
When the warm and rainy days arrive in the spring, mosquitoes aren’t far behind.
he Memorial Day celebration in Thomasville has lost some attractions but hasn’t lost any of the heart.
Dinner, laundry and soccer practice after a full day of work.
Angela Richardson, mother of two and a full-time physical therapist at Novant Health Thomasville Medical Center, said there are simply not enough hours in the day for this working mom.
The view from Alan Ferguson’s 50-acre property in northeast Randolph County takes in Appaloosas and llamas roaming lush green fields.
Linda Leonard’s family has owned 111 acres inside the proposed Greensboro-Liberty Megasite footprint in northeast Randolph County since 1836.
Street clock gets new home
Andres Duany doesn’t plan to fix High Point’s problems in one fell swoop.
He’s proposing small-but-unconvential steps, like creating structures using overseas shipping containers.
City utility customers likely will face rate hikes later this year.
After 75 years of ministry in High Point, Brentwood Baptist Church will give birth to a new name — and a new future — during its Sunday morning worship service.
Caleb Littleton and Jacob Matthews gobble and gulp down apples and milk, sweating after a half-hour run Thursday in neighborhoods around their elementary school.