As a former college basketball coach, Bill Leatherman knows a thing or two about assists. And now, thanks to his kindness, so do his neighbors.
It’s spring break. You’ve already taken your kids to the movies, played outside until the sun went down and tried your best to keep them off the game systems and computer for hours. Now what?
High Point native Chuck Hayworth touts the benefits of eating locally grown foods on his cooking program, "Thankfully Local with Chef Chuck."
Welcome to Guilford County, home of the world's sexiest city ... and the world's least sexy city.
The Make-A-Wish Foundation recently made a snowy dream come true for a 4-year-old High Point girl.
After 36 years of volunteering for Mobile Meals for the Elderly, 86-year-old Vivian Ruden has stepped down.
Zondre'e Terry hopes a new support group for people with autoimmune diseases will benefit others.
When a High Point couple's son was stillborn, a compassionate organization called Heartstrings was there to help with the healing.
Symbolically speaking, a battlefield may not be the best place to begin a marriage, but this couple doesn’t seem to mind.
Two local photographers have honored U.S. veterans by donating some of their favorite military-themed images to the Freedom Museum in Manassas, Va.
Two weeks ago, Gabby Arthurs won a pageant unlike any other.
Rock 92's Deidre James grew up in a low-income area of High Point, but the Boys & Girls Club she joined helped shape her life for the better.
Di’Ann Smith considers herself more than a mere lung cancer survivor — she’s a lung cancer thriver.
George Taylor doesn’t mind if you call him a Disney nerd. He wears the title proudly.
The High Point Historical Society's annual "Leap Into History" fundraiser will celebrate the 1970s and '80s.