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High Point University women's lacrosse team is making sure children in
the Triad have another reason to smile this holiday season through the
Stuff A Stocking program.
The Guilford County Sheriff's Office will hold their annual tree lighting ceremony Thursday afternoon to honor people who died on county roadways.
More than 100 Greensboro families will receive gifts and holiday meals through the police department's "Operation Yuletide."
Stars from Disney On Ice Presents Let's Celebrate hosted a colossal party at WFMY News 2 Winterfest Wednesday.
Tuesday, fraternities, sororities and other campus officials continued it's tradition of lining the campus with luminaries.
The United Way of Greater High Point issued a giving challenge on #GivingTuesday.
Employees from Honda Aircraft are sending 500 care packages to North Carolina-based Marines serving in Afghanistan.
The undefeated Greensboro Ravens are heading to the 2013 Pop Warner Super Bowl in Florida.
More than a 100 students from Peck Elementary in Guilford County got hands on lessons with UNCG musicians.
The Holiday Greenery Festival is on Thursday, Dec. 5, 2013 from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the Greensboro Farmers Curb Market.
For a second year, the Youth and Volunteer Services Division of Parks & Rec. in Greensboro is hosting Santa's Mailbox Project.
The One Stop Job Start event is scheduled for Tuesday, December 3 from 1 pm - 8 pm in Asheboro.
Motorcycle riders from around the Triad felt the wind Sunday for the 27th annual Toy Run in Asheboro.
People in Jamestown started off the holidays with their annual Holiday Parade Sunday afternoon.
Shoppers in the Triad were out and about Saturday supporting local mom-and-pop stores as part of Small Business Saturday.
The Sportsmen for Christ at Glenola Baptist Church are hosting more than a dozen hunters this weekend who have disabilities, terminal illnesses, or who were injured in the line of duty.
The season of giving is already getting into full swing this year with the help of one local girl's picture.
The Northmont Estates' annual Thanksgiving Day parade was today in Asheboro.
The five easy tips that will make your
Thanksgiving kitchen safer are clean, separate, cook, chill, and be
careful with the stuffing according to the FDA.
Greensboro Police say they are investigating a homicide after a dispute at a home Monday night.
Fire ants look like ordinary ants, but they bite and inject venom.
The family of a 16-year-old girl who died during Christmas break two years ago is suing Remington Arms Company, LLC for $150 million.
A historically black college in Greensboro is closing one of its five dorms to save money.
The High Point City Councilman who owed more than $30,000 to the city he runs could lose his house to settle that old debt.
Texas A&M students build 21-foot high gingerbread house, setting a world record.
A viewer says he found a dollar on a store shelf. He thinks it could be a holiday wish come true.
WFMY News 2's Morgan Hightower interviewed Angelou on Monday at her home in Winston-Salem.
CBS "Sunday Morning" looks at the rumors,
fears and conspiracy theories sparked by the Freemasons' fraternal order, its secrets and rituals.
Forbes has released another list, this time of who they believe this year's most overpaid actors.
People all over the globe took time to sign books of condolence for the former South African President Nelson Mandela, who died on December 5th.
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