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.
A local high-school student’s senior project will not only help her graduate, but may even help save her father’s life or someone else’s life.
Researchers at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center in Winston-Salem are continuing to target kidney disease among African-Americans.
A Davidson County woman now owns the world record for her 73-year career as a church pianist/organist at the same church.
The new education coordinator for Theatre Art Galleries brings a strong sense of purpose — and a strong sense of repurposing — to the job.
A 97-year-old Jamestown man has won a national award for his volunteer work at a school for special-needs children.
The framed quilt adorns a wall in a nondescript corner of the Millis Athletic and Convocation Center at High Point University.
The High Point Historical Society will host its eighth annual Evaluation Extravaganza: Tra$h or Trea$ure? on Saturday, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., at the High Point Museum.
A phenomenon called chemo brain will be the focus of a program aimed at cancer survivors Monday evening.