Want a ring? A watch? A necklace? The Schiffman brothers will sell them to you. Want a chuckle? Try listening to the stories from a fourth-generation jewelry store that’s still doing some serious business.
This impressive list includes dozens of families, and their service shops, stores, factories, and farms that’ve made it to the third generation — and beyond.
Furniture-making is still a family tradition — and big business — throughout the state.
On centuries-old North Carolina farms, family history is as fertile as the soil.
When family ties are tested by military service, the Blue Star Mothers of North Carolina boost spirits and offer support to those overseas and close to home.
In the darkness of Linville Caverns, surrounded by stalactites, stalagmites, and stories of the past, you might just discover a newfound courage.
For 43 years, Nags Head Hammocks has been handcrafting the perfect spot to take in a view, even if it’s your own backyard — or the backs of your eyelids.
She worked at Atlantic Beach Seafood. His family owned the place. Now, Kamile and Chandler Willis are running the Carteret County institution where the shrimp is hand-packed, the oysters lead to stories, and one spouse (gasp!) doesn’t like seafood.
Letting go isn’t easy, but sometimes you have to allow the ones you love to chase a little freedom.