At Camp Davis in Onslow County, members of the Women Airforce Service Pilots played an integral role during World War II, and proved that women belong in the cockpit.
Sherefé — named after the Turkish word for “cheers” — serves up flavors of the Mediterranean alongside heaping helpings of warmth and hospitality.
Anglers on the long-running fishing show Carolina Outdoor Journal know all the secrets to a banner day on the river. Unfortunately, so do the fish.
For the Hoggard brothers of Bertie County, the holidays come with hard work, a lot of lights, and an outpouring of love.
During World War II, a military base in Jacksonville served as the training camp for the first African-American Marines since the American Revolution.
A riverkeeper tends the waterway — and its creatures and canals — that he’s known since birth.
North Carolina-based Coast Guardsmen rescue boaters, protect our ports, and know what’s biting.
Without getting winded, seasoned auctioneer Chuck Jordan can sell 300,000 pounds of the golden leaf in 38 minutes flat.
“Battles” waged in backyard theaters of war across central North Carolina help prepare U.S. Army Special Forces students for dangerous missions, but they couldn’t do it without residents filling the roles of guerrilla fighters.