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THUMBS UP to the Southside Neighborhood Association and several local nonprofits who are putting on the second annual Southside Neighborhood Reunion and Unity Festival this... [Read More]
Four young girls at the Boys & Girls Club of Greater High Point's Southside Recreation Center location became the first to try new technology, donated... [Read More]
It's enough of a challenge for small business entrepreneurs to turn a profit and make a go of it in a competitive business market -... [Read More]
When 9-year-old Savannah McDowell received her white lab coat Monday at High Point University's STEM Camp, she knew exactly what to write on it: Professor... [Read More]
A $5 million pledge from the High Point Convention & Visitors Bureau for the city's downtown stadium has become mired in controversy. [Read More]
They are the children that could shift the prism through which people see the politics of the immigration debate. [Read More]
Fences, by design, normally provide separation, but organizers are hoping a new picket fence will help bring people together. [Read More]
As the first day of summer arrives this week, the city has more than sunshine to brighten the faces of its residents. [Read More]
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Gregory Adams, Sr., Dorothy Bell, Vernon Biles, Randall Coleman, Lisa Comer, Dale Horey, Cleveland Johnson, Sadie Walker, Timmy Shives. [Read More]
The district that was the heart of High Point's black community during the era of segregation will have its history spotlighted in a new way. [Read More]
Post 87 could not get the bats going and was shut out 6-0 by Randolph County Post 45 on Tuesday at Finch Field. [Read More]
Tuesday's regional roundup: Michael Jordan hired proven general manager Mitch Kupchak this offseason to help turn around a franchise mired in mediocrity since he became... [Read More]
I thought that conservative Republicans were against communism. President Trump has recently returned from meeting his dear friend the dictator Kim Jong Un. [Read More]
The Statue of Liberty's inscription begins: "Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free." Instead, the Trump administration's new "zero-tolerance"... [Read More]
The authors of a new book about Lydia, Jamestown's infamous vanishing hitchhiker, will sign copies at a book-release party this weekend. [Read More]
It's been a tough couple of weeks for Democrats. The government reported food stamp usage at a 10-year low and folks on unemployment benefits at... [Read More]