Once Mason Kepley learned how to sew, she wanted to come up with a crafty way to put her new skill to good use. As a result, nearly a hundred dresses were sent to a needy area of Kenya earlier this month.
Jack Martin hopes High Point’s homeless community will have an encounter with hope this weekend.
Max Meeks, the man behind the mic, pays tribute to his late wife, Nancy — the woman behind the man.
After being displaced for five years, High Point Ballet’s special “Land of the Sweets” presentation of “The Nutcracker” has returned to the city where it was created.
Brown Loflin saw this train a-comin’ in his dreams several years ago, and the Country Christmas Train has been, well, right on track ever since.
The Junior League of High Point this week donated cakes and cookbooks to the city’s 14 firehouses, in appreciation for all the firefighters do for the community.
The three wise men brought gifts of gold, frankincense and myrrh. High Point Community Theatre will be bringing gifts of comedy gold, nonsense and mirth.
The ninth annual Puttin’ on the Grits, a fundraiser for the Community Clinic of High Point, will be held Saturday, from 8 to 11 a.m., at the Family Life Center of St. Mary’s Episcopal Church.
The annual Good Friends of High Point luncheon, scheduled for Dec. 10, helps those in need in the community.
For about the first 25 years of his daughter Sarah’s life, Paul Austin saw her only as a child with Down syndrome. Now, the High Point native has written a book about how his view of his daughter has changed.
A blind horse from Tennessee has found a new home at a horse rescue in High Point.
The housing market may still be struggling these days, but during the next month, there will be one sort of housing boom — in the gingerbread house market.
Medical science has known the importance of one's blood pressure for a long time, but there continue to be new developments in the research and treatment of the disease.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas in the Chair City.
At age 90, Army Air Corps veteran Lewis Thompson realized he was running out of opportunities to visit the National World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C.
A High Point man has written and published a book about the history of the High Point Market.