If Dr. Virgil Willard didn’t already understand the impact of the annual medical mission trip he’s a part of, he does now.
After a freak accident two months ago, the Bocholis family is ready to reopen its popular Golden B Restaurant in High Point.
The 37th Annual Western Film Fair, a tribute to old westerns and classic TV, begins this week in Winston-Salem.
Rachel Hardy has deep roots in High Point and Trinity, where she grew up, but she left her heart in the small Indian village of Kuilapalayam, where her lifelong passion for people intersected with a group of children she misses greatly.
A North Carolina man's custom-designed tractor honors the memory of North Carolina's more than 10,500 war casualties since World War I.
The Southeast Old Threshers’ Reunion, featuring row upon row of antique farm equipment, will return to Denton FarmPark this week, with daily events taking place Tuesday through Saturday.
Susie, a dog that once was beaten, burned and abandoned to die, is in the top 24 remaining contenders for the 2014 American Humane Association Hero Dog Award.
Monsters invaded Centennial Station Thursday morning, and the result was a howling good time for the dozens of youngsters who encountered the creepy critters.
Taylor Lavender, a rising senior at High Point University, recently led a dozen volunteers on a trip to Nicaragua to provide free clinical care and distribute hundreds of hand-decorated shoes to children in need.
The annual Cancer Survivor Day will be held Saturday afternoon in High Point.
HPU President Nido Qubein reflects on his friendship of nearly three decades with Casey Kasem, who died Sunday.
Forty years ago, High Point native Susan Griffin Fisher became the first — and only — Miss High Point to be crowned Miss North Carolina.
Ten years before Miss High Point won the Miss North Carolina Pageant, Miss Thomasville did the same thing.
Guide Posts of Strength, a local cancer advocacy group, next week will host the third program in its survivorship series focusing on nutrition for cancer patients.
If the World Cup seems a little too global for you, a new exhibit at the High Point Museum might be more your, um, cup of tea.