For more than half a century, a photographer from Lexington documented the lives of local people, collecting ordinary moments to create an extraordinary legacy.
North Carolina suffragettes went head to head with a state legislature that opposed the 19th Amendment. In the end, the suffragettes’ fight helped ensure a victory for women.
In 1969, something strange happened in Halifax County: Millions of birds darkened the skies over Scotland Neck, descended on the town — and stayed.
Just 13 years old, a blues prodigy from Liberty continues a long-standing musical tradition.
Patriotic hopefuls audition to be one of the lucky few to sing the national anthem at a Durham Bulls game.
At Chetola Resort, a place of refuge in North Carolina’s ancient mountains, a couple contemplates their long relationship, and the finite moments that remain.
Transforming restaurant leftovers into garden gold.
As the first city in the country — and perhaps the world — to operate a municipal milk plant, Tarboro set an international example for public health in the early 20th century.