Medina Lewis was homeless, jobless and bordering on hopeless until she received a helping hand from Open Door Ministries. Now she's doing something to give back to the ministry.
He may only be 6 years old, but Archdale’s Duncan Sykes made a big impression on folks in Washington, D.C., earlier this month.
A North Carolina collector of handheld church fans will showcase his amazing collection during a lunch-and-learn program Thursday at Theatre Art Galleries in High Point.
The financial future of American Legion Post 206 looked doubtful, until the members came up with a novel, thrifty idea.
A thrift shop.
A children’s program taking place this weekend will help youngsters learn the benefits of healthy eating and exercise.
Forty years ago this month — long before High Point University began branding itself as the home of “an extraordinary education” — students spent about a week distinguishing themselves by streaking, or running around campus, ahem, extraordinarily naked.
Since 2007, Guilford County children have experienced improvement in key health indicators, including insurance coverage, dental care, teen pregnancy, child deaths and even high-school graduation rates, according to recent statistics.
Furniture, home accessories and jewelry are among the plethora of items being auctioned next week during the 2014 Red Kettle Luncheon.
If you’ve been wanting to preserve your personal story for future generations, here’s a free workshop just for you.
The Bradfords are at it again.
The Jamestown family — Ben, Jenny and their four children — which starred in a national advertising campaign last year for Rack Room Shoes, is being featured again this year, after being chosen through the footwear retailer’s Models Wanted contest.
After nearly 70 years, the Autographed Ball Co. in High Point will close by the end of the month.
Fantasia Barrino, the young High Point woman who won season three of “American Idol,” will be inducted into the North Carolina Music Hall of Fame this fall.
A political collectibles show will be held Saturday in Greensboro.
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.