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Past articles by Pat:

Name of planned housing development in High Point draws protest

HIGH POINT — For the Rev. Angela Roberson, Daniel Brooks is more than a historical figure relegated to textbooks. → Read More

On budget and on schedule, renovated High Point City Lake prepares for May debut

Officials say the $23.1 million construction is progressing well despite supply-chain delays in obtaining materials. → Read More

High Point crews will start collecting trash earlier as city struggles with staffing shortage

The move is the latest adjustment the city has made to relieve overextended sanitation crews. → Read More

High Point council to pay $2M more to extend Samet Drive as part of shopping center project across from Palladium

The High Point City Council voted unanimously to raise the amount of the city's contribution from $2.5 million to $4.5 million to construct the half-mile extension of Samet Drive between → Read More

New owners of High Point dairy plant say it's here to stay

The High Point plant currently employs 85 people. → Read More

Retail center proposed on Wendover, across from Palladium shopping center

Bunker Land Group of Charlotte has applied to rezone 26 acres at West Wendover Avenue and Penny Road, across from the Palladium shopping center, for a proposed 160,000-square-foot commercial development → Read More

High Point's new commission on reparations is opposed — by the NAACP

The local branch of the group said City Council opted to "continue a legacy of indifference" by not using the word "reparations" as part of the commission's name. → Read More

More housing coming to Skeet Club Road in High Point

The two projects were shepherded through the city's approval process by Triad developer LeoTerra Development. → Read More

Thefts driving crime 'hot spots,' High Point Police Chief Travis Stroud says

Police Chief Travis Stroud outlines the areas of High Point with the highest number of calls for service. → Read More

High Point to reopen city meetings to in-person attendance

The City Council on Monday unanimously approved returning to in-person attendance for all elected and appointed representatives and staff. The change means the public will be able to attend as → Read More

High Point Market attendance rebounds strongly, officials say

The twice annual market, which ended its spring show on Wednesday, saw about 80% attendance compared to pre-pandemic events. That's a sharp increase from the October 2020 Market, which was → Read More

Carolina Cookie Co. moves to High Point

Carolina Cookie Co. in March relocated from Greensboro to a new headquarters and production facility at 819 Baker Road. Its parent company, Pittsburgh-based Byrnes & Kiefer Co., bought the 19,700-square-foot → Read More

Portion of East Hartley Drive in High Point to be renamed North University Parkway

Only eight parcels involving five property owners have addresses on East Hartley Drive. → Read More

NAACP seeks 'reparations commission' in High Point

The council voted 9-0 to send the request for a commission to the Prosperity and Livability Commission for further study. → Read More

Paddled South Brewing in High Point sets opening date

Paddled South Brewing has announced it will open May 27 at 602 N. Main St. → Read More

Dunbeck named High Point's economic development director

HIGH POINT — Sandy Dunbeck, who has served as interim economic development director since Jan. 1, has been named to the full-time post. → Read More

HPU requests street name change

The University Parkway corridor runs from South Main Street to Eastchester Drive, where it becomes East Hartley Drive to North Main Street. HPU is requesting that this segment north of → Read More

Coffee company moving to High Point

HIGH POINT — A California-based coffee company is moving its headquarters to the city in an expansion that's expected to create 44 jobs over the next two years and more → Read More