One thing’s for sure, market visitors won’t be going hungry.
Cities and towns across the Piedmont will get an annual injection of money for roads — this time totalling $19.5 million — as their piece of the state’s Powell Bill funding.
Davidson County officials have moved a step closer towards developing a large, multi-tenant industrial park off of Interstate 85.
Looking for that one-of-a-kind gift?
Memorial United Methodist Church in Thomasville may have just what you need.
Tom Shepherd sat at a picnic table behind Piedmont Environmental Center with three bowls in front of him. He reached for the bowl that held a branch with inedible-looking purple berries, picked a handful and tossed them into his mouth.
Republican congressional candidate Mark Walker is celebrating a strong fundraising quarter in which he finally surpassed his opponent, but Democrat Laura Fjeld says Walker made gains because he went back on a pledge not to take political action committee money.
Guilford County officials continue to seek a way to improve the working conditions at the deteriorating Department of Social Services building in downtown High Point.
Up until a few weeks ago, the fall High Point Market appeared poised to open in a generally positive atmosphere.
The Guilford County Board of Commissioners on Thursday night approved economic incentives for an expansion by Thomas Built Buses that could lead to 236 new jobs in High Point.
A pink pumpkin?
No, you’re not seeing things. Pumpkins are going pink this Halloween season for breast cancer awareness.
Autumn is clearly on its way as the air grows colder, the sky darkens by 7 p.m. and the ground becomes littered with crunchy leaves. People all over the United States are starting to look for the seasonal orange fruit to decorate their front steps.
The High Point City Council this morning unanimously approved economic incentives for Thomas Built Buses to expand its West Fairfield Road operation.
Some of the best and brightest in the business world offered their insights Wednesday to an audience at High Point University.
Ward 3 City Councilwoman Judy Mendenhall faces a challenge from Alyce Hill in the Nov. 4 election.
Voters here and across the state may be in the waning days of deciding whom they’ll support at the polls this fall, but a survey through High Point University already is looking ahead to the next presidential election in two years.