HIGH POINT — A recent study by medical researchers offers a look at what may become the sobering consequences of doing away with mask requirements, social distancing mandates and other COVID-19 emergency orders.
EDITOR’S NOTE: Starting this week, The High Point Enterprise will scale back its publication of this column, which started at the outset of the coronavirus pandemic in March 2020 when case numbers and deaths were rising rapidly. As vaccinations have spread, case numbers and particularly deat…
GUILFORD COUNTY — Despite Gov. Roy Cooper’s relaxation of some COVID-19 restrictions, Guilford County officials warn that residents should not get too close or comfortable.
Crews began demolition of the former Roy B. Culler Jr. Senior Center this week. The city sold the property to the neighboring Nido & Mariana Qubein Children’s Museum, which plans to use the lot as part of its campus. The city plans to use space in the High Point Community Center at Oak H…
HIGH POINT — As a critical care physician, Dr. Ashish Khanna understands that patients sometimes die, despite his best efforts to save them. It comes with the territory.
GUILFORD COUNTY — Guilford County officials are trying to reassure Department of Social Services employees worried about their own health after the death of a coworker who tested positive for COVID-19.
The more highly contagious variant of COVID-19 that originated in the United Kingdom has been found in a patient in Guilford County, local health officials said Thursday.
RANDOLPH COUNTY — Even as numbers stabilize in many parts of the area, two more people died over the weekend from COVID-19 in Randolph County, according to health officials.
RANDOLPH COUNTY — Another death determined to have been from COVID-19 was reported Monday in Randolph County, bringing its total to 49 after a week in which the county lost three of its residents.
HIGH POINT — High Point University has reported its first three cases of COVID-19 virus infections for the new semester that started with in-person classroom instruction on Tuesday.
HIGH POINT — Home furnishings manufacturers have a long history of stepping up in times of national crisis, but documentation of those efforts has been minimal.
RANDOLPH COUNTY — Three Randolph County nursing homes and the county’s detention center have reported active cases of COVID-19 at their facilities within the last month, according to a document produced last week by a state agency.
THOMASVILLE — Almost two weeks after the family of a Thomasville High School graduate who attended virtual graduation reported the student had tested positive for COVID-19, Thomasville City Schools has had to reevaluate procedures.
The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (NCDHHS) reported the state’s highest one-day number of laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 cases with 1,107 cases reported on Saturday.
HIGH POINT — A High Point University Poll focused on the coronavirus pandemic isn’t surprising but still sobering: North Carolinians have profound and pervasive concerns about the impact of the crisis on the economy.
HIGH POINT — A century from now, how will High Pointers look back on the coronavirus pandemic of 2020? What will history tell them about how the city responded to the crisis? How did we cope? How did we help one another? How did life change?
HIGH POINT — The city appears to have suffered eight COVID-19 deaths and nearly 140 cases, according to figures released for the first time by the state’s main public health agency.
RANDOLPH COUNTY — In an effort to streamline inquiries regarding how local government and business leaders can respond to demands of a global epidemic, one Randolph County government official was identified as the head of the spear.
HIGH POINT — State numbers show a disproportionate number of COVID-19 cases among black North Carolinians, amplified by existing health risks and health care disparities, health officials say.
RANDOLPH COUNTY — Two residents from Davidson and Randolph counties have died from COVID-19, the first virus-related deaths in each county, according to local health departments.
HIGH POINT — Furniture market organizers worry that the quickly spreading coronavirus centered in the key home furnishings nation of China could spiral into a crisis potentially impacting attendance and business activity at the city and state’s largest-single economic event.