In 1970, hippies took over Love Valley for a rock ’n‘ roll weekend.
It was root, root, root for whichever team could end the stalemate at this record-breaking game.
In July 1933, just months after the Tarboro pool opened, the town council hired an industrial refrigeration company to design and install a cooling unit for their new pool.
North Carolina remembers its most fearsome pirate — and one who tried his best, bless his heart.
At a rural crossroads in Halifax County, black farmers chart a new destiny for their families through the Tillery resettlement program.
What began as a would-be surfer’s dream more than a century ago has become a reality for wave riders up and down the North Carolina coast. It’s a history written on the water by generations of surfers with a shared passion.
More than a century ago, Wrightsville Beach became the first successful community to bring surfing, a popular West Coast sport, to the East Coast.
Nicknamed Saluda’s “information central,” Thompson’s Store was the place to go to be in the know.
With the creation of the Qualla Boundary comes conflict — between two men determined to lead the Eastern band of Cherokee and within the tribe itself.