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RALEIGH — On July 4, anyone in North Carolina, regardless of age, can enjoy one of the state’s best outdoor activities for free. Free Fishing Day, which runs from midnight until 11:59 p.m., … more
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eldridge Farthing of Benson announced the births of their son, Justin Gregory, on Jan 11 at Betsy Johnson Memorial Hospital in Dunn. However, a different emotion was being … more
The year 2020 is one few people will soon forget. Life changed dramatically and perhaps forever in 2020, when the outbreak of the novel coronavirus COVID-19 forced billions of people across the globe … more
She could walk anywhere she chose even though her legs weren’t as good as they once were. She could see well enough to drive to visit in the neighborhood. She did her own housework, cooking and … more
“Bad Boys for Life” reunites Will Smith and Martin Lawrence as Mike Lowrey and Marcus Burnett as best friends and Miami police detectives in a satisfying action adventure. The film opens with … more
RALEIGH — Are you planning to attend the North Carolina Museum of History’s 19th annual African American Cultural Celebration this Saturday? To help you decide, read on for just five “can’t … more
‘Shrek’ coming to Cape Fear stage Cape Fear Regional Theatre opened its production of “Shrek the Musical” on Thursday, Jan. 23. Performances will be at 7:30 p.m. Jan. 24-25, Jan. 29-31, … more
RALEIGH — For teachers, students, families — everyone! Experience the North Carolina Museum of History digitally on the History at Home page. Explore the exhibits, search the collections, … more
Mark Wahlberg takes on the iconic character Spenser, in “Spenser Confidential,” an action-packed film with a great cast. Spenser, the Boston private detective with no first name was the … more
The year was 1983. News reported that 33% of the babies born in New York City were born out of wedlock. Jockey Angel Cordera became the first jockey to earn $10 million a year. William de Kooning’s … more
Jimmy Capps, a Benson native who went on to entertain countless music fans with his skillful fingers on guitars, has died. The Grand Ole Opry confirmed his death on Tuesday. Capps was 81. He is … more
RALEIGH — Beach music is the defining sound of the Carolinas. Propelled by African American rhythm and blues, boundary-crossing teens in the late 1950s and early 1960s created a culture with … more
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