Recent Articles
  • Inspired Living: Newborns in Need

    Volunteers in the Piedmont Triad are making sure new mothers and babies aren’t going without the bare necessities Newborns in Need is always looking for volunteers — especially those who knit, sew, or crochet. For more information on the program, visit:

  • Inspired Living: Mary’s House

    Drugs can lead to many other problems in life, but one program in the Piedmont Triad is helping women who struggle with substance abuse to get the help they need.

  • Inspired Living: UNCG Goes Green

    Sierra Magazine recently ranked UNC-Greensboro among the country’s most environmentally-friendly schools. It was 51st in the nation on the magazine’s coolest schools list. Other Triad schools that made the survey include Elon University at 57th and High Point University at 100th.

  • Inspired Living: Surprises of Motherhood

    Some things you expect to change when becoming a parent, but others are not so predictable. A mother in Clemmons shares what no one ever told her in this edition of Inspired Living. Miranda has a book-signing from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday at Chelsee’s Coffee Shop in Winston-Salem.

  • Inspired Living: Homecoming Queen

    Abbey Martin, a senior at Western Alamance High School that was born with <runtime:topic id=”HEBEC000028″>Down Syndrome</runtime:topic>, was crowned homecoming queen earlier this month during the school’s 50th homecoming game. Abbey has undergone several surgeries in her lifetime. However, that didn’t stop her peers at Western Alamance from giving her the honored title of Homecoming Queen. Abbey is friends with a lot of the senior class, including several football players. “We’re a family here at Western Alamance and we care about […]

  • Inspired Living: Pink Heals

    It’s a firefighter’s job to save lives, but not just from burning buildings. This edition of Inspired Living features some local firefighters who have a very visible way of helping cancer patients. For more information, visit

  • Inspired Living: Ava’s Elephants

    After Ashley Honeycutt’s child underwent a complex surgery for a skull condition, she started Ava’s Elephants to give other kids and their parents hope. The elephants have been sent as far away as California in the states, as well as England. They can be purchased at Meg’s Gifts in High Point, and she has a Facebook page where you can get more information.

  • Inspired Living: Team in Training

    One Piedmont running group is not only supporting one another — they are also supporting leukemia and lymphoma patients.

  • Inspired Living: 83-year-old Worker

    The average person changes jobs between 10 to 15 times in their lifetime, but one local man has been working at the same place since he was hired when Harry Truman was president.

  • Inspired Living: Etiquette for Children

    Good manners can make the right impression, and it’s never too late — or too early — to learn, as seen in this edition of Inspired Living with FOX8’s Julie Luck.

  • Inspired Living: Firefighter’s Fight

    It was one Wilkes County man’s lifelong dream, but failing health wouldn’t allow him to be a firefighter any longer. However, Kenny Miller now hopes to return to doing what he loves most after undergoing a life-saving surgery procedure. His fight is the latest ‘Inspired Living.’ Expensive medical bills have put Miller in deep debt. A benefit with bluegrass and country music will be held for him at 2 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 7, at the Record Park in north Wilkesboro.

  • Inspired Living: Horsepower

    All little girls seem to want is a horse for their birthdays. While that may be just a dream for a lot of kids, the reality is that horses can provide gifts of their own. How the lives of thousands of children and adults have improved with the help of horses in Guilford County is the latest Inspired Living.