We visit Littleton, North Carolina to search for a hard-to-find creature, and find out what it really means to believe.
In 1965, North Carolina Gov. Luther H. Hodges showed off locally-made products in an unusual way.
In 1789, when the newly formed federal government was trying to pass the Bill of Rights, it created 14 copies. One would remain with the federal government, and the rest were sent to the original 13 states. North Carolina’s copy went to the State Capitol, and for 75 years, it stayed there without much fanfare. And then, the trouble began.
Our writer returns to the scene of his youthful side job: guiding rafts filled with neophytes through the man-made currents of the U.S. National Whitewater Center near Charlotte. But this unique center has evolved over the past decade — and so has our writer.
One of Wake Forest’s most successful football coaches is remembered for winning — and for his colorful personality.
Crystal Lake opened in 1925 and was a welcome reprieve from the summer heat — and only slightly dangerous.
In 1899, Erasmus Midgett saved 10 people from a shipwreck off the North Carolina coast — and started a family tradition.