We remember who came before us and what they did and where they lived. We respect our past, and we preserve it. We recognize those who spend their time restoring our heritage. In Old Salem, archaeologists bring respect to 131 lost graves.
Perplexed by the useless mound of red clay piled in his backyard, a writer calls in a soil scientist and uncovers the truth about the complex layers lying beneath our feet.
We remember who came before us and what they did and where they lived. We respect our past, and we preserve it. In Corolla, a woman gives the town its own schoolhouse again.
A black man in New Bern doesn’t want to be gifted the rights of freedom after the war. He wants to fight for them and win them. (Volume 2, Part 10)
E.B. Harris knows one man doesn’t determine value. But with his farm in Warren County, statewide auction business, and connection to markets worldwide — agriculture in North Carolina wouldn’t be worth as much without him.
When a farmer takes a seat on a tractor, he makes a connection. It’s a strong bond that he will one day pass down.
Pirate Nation preps for battle at Cubbie’s.
A little doughnut in the little town of Aberdeen makes big community connections.
Remembering a fixture of Raleigh’s Capitol Square.