Hillsborough collector Joe Crews sought to preserve a Union soldier’s identity. In the process, he discovered his own.
A writer revisits the personal challenges, successes, and doubts in discovering and documenting North Carolina’s role in the Civil War.
After four years and thousands of lives lost, the war ends. (Volume 5, Part Four)
Ten years after North Carolina’s alcohol by volume limit on beer was raised, “Pop the Cap” organizer Sean Lilly Wilson reflects on the state’s growing beer economy.
Many North Carolina towns have formed lasting partnerships with cities across the globe, proving it’s the mutual mission of diplomacy — not the miles separating us — that matters.
A new study uses obituaries to find out what makes the loyal followers of college sports.
A father and his two young sons explore the sights, sounds, and sometimes tastes of North Carolina.
Gone are the days of perfectly manicured lawns as many homeowners choose to create unadulterated natural landscapes. Use these simple tips to create a beautiful outdoor space of your own.
Hidden for decades behind a wall in the mayor’s office, the discovery of the town’s oldest barbecue pits is jogging a city’s collective memory.