If you or your loved ones have concerns about memory loss, Nov. 19 is a date you’ll want to remember.
This week marks the deadline for ordering holiday poinsettias from the Junior League of High Point, as orders must be placed by Wednesday.
New Heart Baptist Church this weekend will host “Jacob’s Journey,” a benefit spaghetti supper for teenage church member Jacob Coker.
A new permanent exhibit opening next week will honor High Point’s black men and women who have served in the military.
A Triad nonprofit, Capturing Hopes Photography, provides professional portraits for families with babies in the NICU.
A young woman from High Point who helped President Obama get to the White House now has blazed her own path there.
A brief, award-winning movie will give Thomasville some national exposure next summer, courtesy of a filmmaking crew with strong ties to the city.
A Winston-Salem man is recovering from a massive stroke, thanks in part to Botox injections.
A local program needs volunteer drivers to transport cancer patients to and from their medical appointments.
Amanda Dill’s employer has long been involved with the annual High Point March for Babies, but now it’s personal for the young Trinity woman.
The hardscape for the new Pat Plaxico Gardens is nearly complete at the Bernice Bienenstock Furniture Library in downtown High Point.
Emmet Root, who has been attending the High Point Market for more than half a century, now brings his son and grandson with him to the market.
For nearly a decade now, people have been using Facebook to look for long-lost friends, old classmates and even former flames. Brad and Love Hulin are using Facebook to look for a baby.
If the thought of bats makes you a little, um, batty, the North Carolina Zoological Park may have just the program for you.
Pets of all kinds will be in the spotlight Sunday when Northwood Animal Hospital hosts its inaugural Spooktacular, a fundraiser benefiting two local charitable causes.