The High Point Area Arts Council’s annual Expo Vino, a tasting event with silent and live auctions, will be held Nov. 8, from 7 to 10 p.m., at the High Point Country Club at Emerywood, 800 Country Club Drive.
It began with a simple vision, but half a century later, Wesley Memorial School has evolved into an educational institution for many High Point families.
A local ministry is preparing for winter by collecting blankets, sleeping bags and winter clothing for the homeless.
Randolph Community College’s Photographic Technology department is hosting an exhibition of photographs by RCC alumnus Michael Traister.
A High Point woman says the tick that bit her nearly 25 years ago is still sucking the life out of her, because it gave her Lyme disease.
While Johnny Evans is best-known in High Point for his football story, it’s his faith story that brings him back to his hometown this weekend.
The Triad Trackers, a local wheelchair basketball team, will take on the varsity boys' team at Wesleyan Christian Academy in an exhibition game this weekend.
You’ve probably never heard of qigong, but practitioners of the ancient Chinese practice say everybody can benefit from it.
An exhibit on display this week in High Point highlights an aspect of the cancer journey that is often overlooked — hope.
An upcoming fundraiser will benefit a Thomasville family whose newborn son underwent open-heart surgery.
Faith Baptist Church will come to the aid of one of its own this weekend.
History Rocks!, an annual fundraiser at the High Point Museum, takes on new meaning this year with the addition of the event’s inaugural rock-a-thon.
Disabled individuals will take center stage this week — literally — but the emphasis will be on ability rather than disability.
Dan Addington was a tireless advocate for those who needed a helping hand.
It's been 25 years since Sarah Fulcher ran a lap around the country, but her record-breaking feat is no less amazing.