When a lawn-challenged man gets a chainsaw to channel his inner manhood, be afraid ... be very afraid.
The Lone Ranger may be riding again, but 2013’s version of the masked lawman could never have the giddy-up of the original Lone Ranger from the 1930s and ’40s.
Just ask Les Flippo.
A popular Thomasville restaurant – and the city itself – will be featured on a nationally televised program that filmed at the restaurant Monday.
I’ve never been a big fan of roller coasters.
A local chapter of the national Rolling Thunder organization wants to ensure that America’s POWs and MIAs — and one POW, in particular — are not forgotten.
An upcoming fundraiser for the North Carolina Shakespeare Festival will feature a formal afternoon tea and a show of fashions from humanity’s earliest times.
How do you get rid of ants? You've just gotta know what to feed 'em.
Wallburg native Scott DeRue has been climbing mountains for several years, but Mount Everest would be his greatest challenge yet.
Hospice of the Piedmont has received its license to operate and admit patients to the 4,600-square-foot expansion of its Hospice Home at High Point inpatient facility.
A High Point man's survival story proves that while it may be difficult to treat liver cancer, it's not impossible.
Here's to the graduating Class of 2013 - the training wheels are off now, baby!
A High Point man's photography will be featured in a new exhibit at Wake Forest University.
For High Point brothers Zach and Marcus Cox, the best part of waking up may be a new Folgers commercial in their cup.
The specter of human trafficking haunted Lindsay Larison until she had to do something about it.
Noah Johnson’s perspective on the sacrifice symbolized in Memorial Day comes not from combat, but from witnessing first-hand why the loss of so many Americans during World War II meant so much to humanity.