High Point Regional Health System is celebrating the 25th year of its LoveLine program, which provides emergency funds for local cancer patients with dire financial needs.
High Point Ballet’s annual Christmas gift to the Triad, “The Nutcracker,” returns this weekend with three performances, as well as two additional shows tailored specifically for children.
You might say Lt. Al Ferguson wrote the book on North Carolina law enforcement patches. Literally.
Where most people see a block of ice, Alan Romano sees what the block of ice can become — say, for example, a snowman, a grand piano or the Easter Bunny.
This year’s Puttin’ on the Grits fundraiser will celebrate two High Point institutions — the Community Clinic of High Point, which benefits from the annual event, and longtime community leader Richard Wood, one of the clinic’s most valuable supporters.
A new exhibit at the High Point Museum takes an inside look at the local furniture industry through the eyes — and camera lenses — of nine college students.
A High Point man claims to have facilitated a meeting between Billy Graham and Muhammad Ali — and he's not the only High Point Enterprise reader who had a close encounter with the famed evangelist.
The High Point Museum will usher in the holiday season this weekend with its 30th annual Holiday Open House.
More than 400 vendors will participate in the 40th annual Craftsmen's Christmas Classic taking place this weekend in Greensboro.
Lexus may be the sponsor of a new commercial airing on television these days, but the luxury automobile is definitely not the commercial’s star.
A new book by local author Alice Sink provides local, quirky trivia for every day of the year.
Family and friends of Steve and Amy Lax are planning a benefit for the Archdale couple, to help with Steve's medical expenses related to an impending stem cell transplant.
A dozen High Point churches have collaborated on a ministry titled “Christmas for the City,” a unique performance arts program to be held Dec. 12-14 at First Wesleyan Church/Providence Place.
Building a truck from scratch was no big deal to Wayne Anderson, but this project wasn't about him - it was about the young men he was helping.
This month's meeting of the High Point Museum Guild will be about North Carolina's official state dog, the Plott hound.