There’s something to be said for the whistling sound as a train rounds the bend, the blur of greenery passing by the windows and the rattle and vibration as the enormous machine moves along the rails.
The City Council on Monday will consider hiring a consultant to begin the process of selecting a city manager.
Books that were going to be thrown out from an area middle school library got a second chance this week.
They were cut, glued, ripped and folded into book sculptures.
A project aimed at improving pedestrian safety in one area of east High Point is nearing completion.
It was her goal from the beginning. The moment she decided to embark on a journey through law enforcement, she set her sights on making her way up to assistant chief.
What’s the hurry all of a sudden?
That’s the question lingering over City Council’s possible hiring of a search firm to identify candidates for High Point’s next city manager.
The final curtain has fallen on the North Carolina Shakespeare Festival.
On the summer night Ellen Gerber and Pearl Berlin committed to spending their lives together, the No. 1 song was "When A Man Loves A Woman."
Imagine if talking, standing in a warm area or moving your body could charge a cell phone.
The Guilford County Sheriff’s Department is seeking the public’s help in locating a man who has been missing since Wednesday morning.
After months of indecision, some High Point City Council members now say they want to hire a new city manager before their terms end in December.
A handful of people stepped up to the podium Tuesday night at Guilford County Schools administrative office, their collective voice loud and urgent: stop SMOD.
A serial killer whose victims included a young High Point woman will be the subject of a documentary airing Thursday night on the Investigation Discovery cable channel.
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