We can’t help but feel proud knowing that these sturdy school buses were dreamed up and built right down the road.
Earl Kirkland shares stories of the Great Flood of 1940 with visitors of the Swain County Heritage Museum.
Learn how Wadesboro native Hugh Hammond Bennett became North Carolina’s “Father of Soil Conservation.”
Mountain communities bear the brunt of the decade’s most deadly Atlantic storm — forever changing our western landscape.
After nearly 40 years of marriage, Mr. and Mrs. Wuf can teach us a thing or two about wedded bliss.
After the Great War, the army planned to mothball a sandhills airfield. But when the United States is pulled into another conflict, the base is reborn with a new purpose and a new name: Fort Bragg.
In the 1940s, traditional mountain music gives rise to bluegrass, jazz spreads nationwide, and three North Carolina natives make their mark on American music.
Charles Quarles has been collecting Piedmont Airlines memorabilia since he was a child and is always on the lookout for a rare find.
Seventy years ago, a fledging airline made its maiden flight, soaring out of Wilmington on a trajectory that would shape the future of aviation across the state.