As many as 600 indoor cyclists are expected to participate in this weekend’s Spin 4 Life, an annual fundraiser benefiting children and families battling cancer.
Sophie Layne Bryant lived only 18 days, but 10 years after her premature death, the Archdale infant continues to have an impact on her community.
Did you know that in the early 1940s, prior to the creation of NASCAR, High Point was home to one of the finest racetracks in the country?
Launching a new fundraiser can always be risky, but “Dancing With the High Point Stars” — now in its fourth year — has evolved into an event that has organizers, well, dancing for joy.
Ever since Ken Craven decided to spend his retirement years operating a vineyard, there have been plenty of days he wondered whether he’d made the right decision.
Feb. 1 was not one of those days.
Women need to be aware of the symptoms for cardiovascular disease.
Just because High Point has produced a two-time Olympic speedskater doesn’t necessarily mean we’re experts when it comes to understanding the sport.
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.