Greensboro Opera will right an oversight with its upcoming opera gala, featuring Thomasville native — and Metropolitan Opera star — Victoria Livengood.
High Point resident Don Raker has one of the largest cap gun collections in the country.
The Greensboro Western Memorabilia and Toy Gun Show, featuring dozens of dealer tables full of cap guns and other western-themed toys, will take place Saturday in Greensboro.
The sky was cloudy and there was a strong breeze, but Thomas R. Cochran Jr. wasn’t nervous to fly in the restored WWII B-17. As a WWII veteran, he had seen much worse.
A respiratory virus that has sent hundreds of children to the hospital in the Midwest — and prompted nine other states, including North Carolina, to contact the CDC — doesn’t appear to be an issue in Guilford County.
A summer program at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center gives Native American high-school students a hands-on look at the medical profession.
For years, friends have seen what a loving and giving couple Roger and Lisa Carmichael are. Now, when it’s the Carmichaels who need a helping hand, their community is rallying to be there for them.
In her former life as a costume designer for professional theater companies, Laura Simcox specialized in dressing characters. In her current life as a romance novelist, she specializes in, um, undressing characters.
The desire of two local doctors to educate women in the community about their childbirth options has given birth to a new program, the Triad Prenatal Summit.
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.
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.
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.