Seventy years can steal a lot from a person, but for Jesse and Grace Ward, what it took away in memory, it gave back in love.
When Donna Lawrence adopted a pitbull mix puppy that had been beaten, burned and left for dead in 2009, she had no idea that a few years later, she would be standing on a national stage with the same dog by her side.
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.
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.
The High Point Christian Academy volleyball team decided to look to the community for a service project this year. When they discovered a 14-year-old girl with leukemia, they decided to help.
Greensboro Opera will right an oversight with its upcoming opera gala, featuring Thomasville native — and Metropolitan Opera star — Victoria Livengood.
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.
High Point resident Don Raker has one of the largest cap gun collections in the country.
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.