Editor in Chief Elizabeth Hudson inherited her dad’s sweet tooth, so candies and cookies were as ingrained in her childhood as Polaroid cameras and vinyl LPs.
North Carolina’s so full of great opportunities that there oughta be a law about setting goals in your new year.
By the early 20th century, the “Big Three” industries that dominated North Carolina were textile, furniture, and tobacco. Within a few decades, North Carolina earned its place as the center of textile manufacturing in the country. As businesses expanded to match the growing demand, an abundance of labor and use of quality fabrics led the path to capital success.
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How many suits does one spry old elf need? Just ask Eva Rae Swing Clark, the custom tailor for High Point’s high-profile Santa.
Nature outshines even the brightest newfangled Christmas decorations. From garlands to kissing balls, homegrown, family-owned garden centers stock the holly (and the jolly) of the season.
A sprig might get you kissed, but watch out: There’s more to this plucky plant than meets the eye.
December’s night sky puts on a show, whether you can identify what you’re seeing — or just like the pretty lights.
The last train left the station in 1986, but this former Confederate headquarters was the first stop in Burgaw’s revitalization.