Art teachers in Guilford County will get the opportunity to show off their best work.
The High Point Museum will honor one of the city’s favorite daughters — U.S. Olympic speedskater Heather Richardson — with a special exhibit this month.
A couple of lung cancer survivors have created a new support group for people impacted by the deadly disease.
The Billy Graham Library in Charlotte is an extension of the famed North Carolina evangelist's ministry.
Internationally renowned surgeon, philanthropist and author Dr. Ben Carson will speak to nearly 1,500 high-school students during a visit to High Point in May.
A Randleman teenager who was severely injured in a four-wheeler accident nearly four years ago will get the track chair he needs for greater independence, thanks to the generosity of his community.
The contrasts in Jeanine Owen’s art are so elementary: Black vs. white. Light vs. dark. Steel vs. paper.
The results, however, are anything but elementary.
There’s a new vision — and new hope — for a local historical landmark that has stood empty for years.
The Randleman community is hoping to rally around the family of an injured teen and help him purchase a track chair for greater independence outdoors.
Hospice of the Piedmont will honor the memory of patients who died during 2013 at its 23rd Annual Service of Remembrance at 3 p.m. Sunday.
About two dozen women last week attended Hayworth Cancer Center's "Pink Tea Party" to celebrate one year of breast cancer survivorship.
The N.C. Highway Historical Marker Program may be jokingly referred to as “History on a stick,” but with more than 1,500 historical markers dotting North Carolina roadways in all 100 counties, Hill oversees a seriously important program.
A performance this weekend showcasing three singer/songwriters, including Rounder Records recording artist Donna Hughes, will benefit a local nonprofit dedicated to helping young musicians.
After a four-year absence, Harmony House — a Family Service of the Piedmont program that was previously discontinued because of a lack of funding — has returned.
The High Point CROP Hunger Walk held this past fall got a boost from an unexpected locale — Guantanamo Bay, Cuba — courtesy of a local man who led a walk of his own at the U.S. naval base there.