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.
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.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas in the Chair City.
A High Point man has written and published a book about the history of the High Point Market.
Recently, I left an interview with a few typical necessities — scribbled pages of notes comparable to a third-grader’s handwriting, an audio recording and some photos. But I drove back to The High Point Enterprise with an additional item — a long-lost journal.
Only the best music students from the United States were invited to Costa Rica for the Centro Cultural Costarricense Norteamericano’s Promising Artists of the 21st Century program. HPU was one of them.
One of the most influential men in High Point history, the late Capus Waynick, will be recognized with a N.C. Highway Historical Marker this week.
Olivia Kate Manning and her mother regularly watch TLC’s “Something Borrowed, Something New,” a show about choosing the right wedding dress. Little did she know she would be on it.
David Lang lives in a world of limitations — but not when he's playing with the Miracle League of High Point.
Major-leaguer Wil Myers will host a Wiffle Ball tournament to raise money for the Miracle League of High Point.
The fall High Point Market came in with a bang of new styles, familiar textures with a twist and some oddities that the public can look for in stores within the next few months.
Officials of the High Point Historical Society are hoping to scare up some monies with an evening of family-friendly ghost stories this week.
For the uninitiated, here’s a ballet production you should be able to, um, sink your teeth into.
For Ben Devoid, running 26.2 miles is a tough endeavor, but it pales in comparison to the efforts his daughter wrestles every day.
A year and half ago, the High Point Community Theatre (HPCT) decided to take a step outside their comfort zones and bring a humorous monster onstage at the end of this month.