Mary Dillner grew up 5 miles from High Point and remembers bringing horses to town with her father to be shod at the blacksmith’s shop. While they would wait, Dillner remembers visiting the Tising Store.
A close-knit, growing congregation
Inside a small house at the corner of then-U.S. 50 and Clark Avenue in Jefferson City, a new Catholic parish celebrated its first Mass the last Sunday in July 1913.
The historic High Point central business block consists of four adjacent primary buildings and three detached privies behind them, which were listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2004.
With a foot in each culture, Rihab Sawah is uniquely equipped to share her Syrian culture with Americans.
'A place of repose'
Charlie and Claudia Goodin love the water. It’s where they met.
The band has more members, the music is harder and the school building is much larger than Clarksburg School, where Willow Hutton attended middle school.
The Finke Theater today hosts local musicians and performers, as well as out-of-town professionals, just as it was designed to do in 1885.
Ears perked high, Silver Fox kept her dark eyes fixed on the strangers entering the field where she was guarding her flock of mother sheep and their lambs.
Many of the properties involved in the city’s programs supported by the federal Community Development Block Grant are 50 years old or older. That qualifies the potential project to be reviewed by the city’s Historic Preservation Commission.
Elks offer new event as something for parents, kids
While Sawyer Burgess, 9, was having trouble getting his first worm on his hook, 11-year-olds Emma Loesch and Shelby Mell were deciding if they liked the fishing spot near the lily pads Saturday morning at Binder Lake.