A young woman from High Point will test her knowledge of the Bible on "The American Bible Challenge" this week.
A biography by a former High Pointer tells of the sacrifice made by World War II bomber pilot Victor Idol Jr., who died during the war.
The play’s the thing in Thomasville, which was just named a 2014 Playful City USA.
Acne just won't go away, but treatment for the common skin condition has gotten better — and consistency is the key.
The history of the 38th Evacuation Army Hospital — and a High Point native’s instrumental role in the World War II-era hospital — will be the focus of a presentation this week at the High Point Museum.
Hayat Alkadir, a Ledford Middle School eighth-grader, is following her sister Nejat’s footsteps to the National Spelling Bee, which she'll compete in later this month.
Healing Seekers, a High Point nonprofit, has signed a contract to make its videos available to Discovery Education, the leading provider of digital content for K-12 classrooms.
A colorful mural has given new life to an old High Point building and could become a focal point for the community.
Guide Posts of Strength, a local cancer advocacy group, next week will host the second program in its survivorship series focusing on the physical side effects of cancer.
Nine-year-old Zoey Craven is in the rainbow business — making them, and sharing them.
A new documentary focusing on a possible cause of autism features the faces — and stories — of a number of autistic children from the Triad.
A unique poetry program at High Point University allows students to connect with senior citizens.
Students in the life skills classes at Johnson Street Global Studies will participate in the popular GO FAR race Saturday morning.
After serving more than five years in prison for a crime he didn't commit, Brian Banks has a new life after being exonerated.
The founders of a Ukrainian ministry who are visiting High Point will discuss the current crisis taking place in their country during a public presentation Monday evening.