The new education coordinator for Theatre Art Galleries brings a strong sense of purpose — and a strong sense of repurposing — to the job.
A 97-year-old Jamestown man has won a national award for his volunteer work at a school for special-needs children.
The framed quilt adorns a wall in a nondescript corner of the Millis Athletic and Convocation Center at High Point University.
The High Point Historical Society will host its eighth annual Evaluation Extravaganza: Tra$h or Trea$ure? on Saturday, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., at the High Point Museum.
A phenomenon called chemo brain will be the focus of a program aimed at cancer survivors Monday evening.
Heidi Majors could scarcely contain her excitement about the YWCA of High Point’s newly refurbished swimming pool Monday morning.
The Design Network, a broadband television network created by Furnitureland South executives Jason and Jeff Harris, has garnered more than a million page views and approximately 10,000 subscribers since its launch in April 2013.
As a result, the network now has its own channel on Time Warner Cable, channel 69 in the Piedmont.
The proprietors behind a relatively new furniture manufacturer in Archdale march to the beat of their own drums.
Actress Jenn Lyon, a former High Pointer — and a preacher's daughter — may not be holy, but she's wholly committed to her steadily rising acting career.
Acacia Woodley may have been born without complete arms, but there’s nothing wrong with her heart.
An exhibit opening in Greensboro this week will feature the personal hat collection of beloved children's author Dr. Seuss.
After more than half a century, College Village Barber Shop will close for good next week.
A workshop being offered by Hospice of the Piedmont this week will explore the topic of bereavement and the healing power of music.
An upcoming fundraiser for the North Carolina Shakespeare Festival will feature a stylish afternoon tea following a musical program of fashions and memories of the idyllic 1950s.
Pulitzer Prize-winning author Geraldine Brooks will be in High Point this week to speak to the High Point Literary League and then sign copies of her books.
Medina Lewis was homeless, jobless and bordering on hopeless until she received a helping hand from Open Door Ministries. Now she's doing something to give back to the ministry.