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The following is the next installment in a series of columns written by Annette Dammer from recordings of stories told to her by her grandmother, Delitha Godwin, a native of Sampson County, born in … more
This year’s 301 Endless Yard Sale is June 14-15. Founded in Selma and now hosted by a variety of towns located along U.S. 301 in the counties of Johnston, Halifax, Wilson, Nash and Harnett, the … more
(MS) — An idyllic country with extensive mountain ranges and miles of coastal beaches, Mexico also is home to beloved cuisine. Men and women who want to create a taste of Mexico in their own … more
RALEIGH — Dan Gerlach has been named interim chancellor of East Carolina University. Gerlach was chosen by Interim UNC System President Dr. Bill Roper. On May 6, Gerlach will replace ECU … more
FAYETTEVILLE — Cape Fear Valley Health has lifted its visitor policy restricting children younger than age 12 from visiting its hospitals effective immediately. The policy was implemented in early … more
DEAR RUSTY: We are a little confused about husband and wife Social Security benefits. I am 63 years old (born 1955) and still employed full time. My wife turns 60 this month. She is retired military … more
A popular way to celebrate special occasions is to invite family and friends to a buffet dinner. However, this type of service where foods are left out for long periods of time, need to be handled … more
(MS) — Hispanic Heritage Month is a celebration of the people who trace their origins to South America, Central America, Mexico, Spain, and certain areas of the Caribbean. Each Hispanic country has … more
RALEIGH — Now that spring is underway and the weather is warmer, wild animals are becoming more active, people are spending more time outside, and interactions between the two typically lead to an … more
Greensboro College student Hannah Leigh Clayton has received a scholarship for 2019-2020 from the national cross-disciplinary honor society Alpha Chi. Clayton is a senior athletic training major … more
(MS) — Much like St. Patrick’s Day is celebrated by people with no trace of Irish heritage, Cinco de Mayo has become a day of celebration for people who do not trace their ancestry to Mexico. In … more
“Now ‘tis the spring, and weeds are shallow-rooted; Suffer them now, and they’ll o’ergrow the garden And choke the herbs for want of husbandry.” [Shakespeare, Henry VI (part … more
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