Latest High Point Enterprise Stories
By David Nivens, High Point Enterprise, N.C. Aug. 4--HIGH POINT -- Many Triad officials are watching Winston-Salem closely to see if they will have to restrict water use to deal with the drought.
By Travis Talent, High Point Enterprise, N.C. Aug. 3--GUILFORD COUNTY -- Parents with children enrolled in at least four High Point schools will have the option of sending them to another school when the new year begins in a few short weeks.
By Nick G. Maheras, High Point Enterprise, N.C. Aug. 2--HIGH POINT -- If a massive tornado hits Guilford County, a flood of injured victims likely will inundate area hospitals.
By Nick G. Maheras, High Point Enterprise, N.C. Jul. 31--HIGH POINT -- The area around High Point Regional Hospital may look like a disaster zone Friday. Relax. It's not real.
By Emma Burgin Kunza, High Point Enterprise, N.C. Jul. 28--HIGH POINT -- High Point University will ask for more than 31 acres to be rezoned fore use as additional parking for a $32 million residential complex scheduled to open Aug. 15. The site is situated along both sides of N.
By Travis Talent, High Point Enterprise, N.C. Jul. 26--GUILFORD COUNTY -- Students in Guilford County Schools will return to the classroom this fall with not only a new superintendent, but their very own e-mail address as well.
By Travis Talent, High Point Enterprise, N.C. Jul. 25--GREENSBORO -- After a four -- month search to fill the vacancy, Maurice "Mo" Green has been named as the new superintendent of Guilford County Schools.
By Jimmy Tomlin, High Point Enterprise, N.C. Jul. 25--HIGH POINT -- Music and goodwill will fill the air this weekend at a downtown festival being held to raise money for Midwest flooding victims.
By Travis Talent, High Point Enterprise, N.C. Jul. 24--DAVIDSON COUNTY -- Preliminary figures released this week from Davidson County Schools indicate 45.2 percent of schools in that system made Adequate Yearly Progress.
By Paul B. Johnson, High Point Enterprise, N.C. Jul. 23--GREENSBORO -- What not long ago was, "Thanks, Skybus!" is now -- with sarcasm -- "Thanks a lot, Skybus." The impact of the financial implosion this spring of Skybus Airlines Inc.
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