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.
A local church is sponsoring a silent auction this month to help send a dozen of its youth to a national conference next summer.
City leaders hope the ghosts of a slain police officer and a murdered cafe owner will help draw a crowd to downtown Thomasville this weekend.
Halloween fun may take on events ranging from “Nightmare on Main Street” to “Pumpkin Palooza.” Here’s a look a Halloween fun in the area...
A Haitian High Point man bought an orphanage in Haiti and found himself taking care of its 17 children. He has big plans for them.
A High Point University professor kept High Knob Recreation Area, a campground in Virginia, open for an extra three weeks by living on the property.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.