The Doll & Miniature Museum of High Point may be gone, but four of its more popular exhibits can still be seen about half an hour south of High Point.
Susie, a dog that once was beaten, burned and abandoned to die, is one step closer to winning the 2014 American Humane Association Hero Dog Award.
With all that’s been written about Woodrow Wilson — and, as you can imagine, there’s plenty — Wilson biographer Scott Berg says his research turned up a picture of the 28th president he’d never seen in previous biographies.
Just a guess, but you’ve probably never experienced live violin music at a convenience store — unless, of course, you’ve been to Smitty’s 1 Stop.
Sue Kanoy may have dragged her feet entering the hiking world, but now you’d have a hard time dragging her feet off the trails.
What a difference a year has made in the life of 1-year-old Blake Shore.
They may not be all that fashionable the rest of the year, but yellow bandanas will be all the rage this weekend, when Mental Health Associates of the Triad hosts its annual Yellow Bandana Evening.
The Salvation Army Women's Auxiliary will hold its annual fundraising furniture sale this weekend.
Hannah Midgett has her backpack, her tent and her sleeping bag ready to go, but the most important thing she takes with her for The World Race will be her faith.
A local quartet of men in their 70s and 80s brings joy to the retirement communities where the group performs.
High Point Ballet officials have announced auditions for the troupe’s new Jewels competition teams, which will debut during the upcoming 2014-15 competition season.
If the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater High Point ever needs any ambassadors, the organization need look no farther than the Gomez family.
A local salon has joined a national network of salons providing free services to women and children undergoing chemotherapy.
Greenhill and the U.S. Figure Skating Championships are looking for an original artwork for the official poster of the 2015 U.S. Figure Skating Championships taking place in January.
A city bus driver calls Julius Tate — the High Point man who saved her from an unruly passenger who assaulted her — her guardian angel.
At His Laboring Few Ministries, the ministry had been laboring, because the dollars had been few — but a new partnership with The Shepherd's Inn should help turn things around.