Eastern-style or Lexington-style barbecue? You know what you like, but do you know how they both came to be?
When the German submarine U-352 was sunk during World War II, no one knew if its remains would ever be seen again. Today, divers visit the sub on almost daily excursions. But you don’t have to venture out to sea to get a glimpse of our state’s maritime history.
In 1910, Mary and James were the top names for girls and boys. What about now?
Watch Lowland Hum perform “Odell” and “Rolling and Rolling” off of their new, self-titled album.
At an immersion program in western North Carolina, the endangered Cherokee language finds new life among young speakers.
Ready your lawn and garden now for a summer of fun with these five tips.
Charged with rescues on North Carolina’s unruliest waters, an Outer Banks Ocean Rescue guard is a singular sort of lifesaver.
Four generations of Allen Burrus’s family have run the grocery that sits at the heart of Hatteras Island. Burrus hopes he’s not the last.
On chicken pox and Peter Pan, regrets and reciprocity.