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Paul Dickson, in his book “From Elvis to E-Mail,” shared on Aug. 2, 1985, that the bankrupt Manville Corporation offered $2.5 billion to settle some 16,500 lawsuits seeking compensation for … more
Join educators and scientists from the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences, along with several special guests, to celebrate the 26th annual Reptile and Amphibian Days. more
Angier singer/songwriter Paige King Johnson has decided it’s time to bring a live event to the Angier area — with safety measures in place. On Aug. 29, Johnson and a few of her fellow … more
The KidCentral ministry of Central Baptist Church will host a snow-covered family-friendly, fun-filled event to celebrate Easter on Saturday, April 3. At Central Baptist Church, snow isn’t … more
Central Baptist Church will present “Jesus: Earth to Heaven,” an original Easter drama on Saturday and Sunday, April 3 and 4. All seating for this presentation is free. According to a … more
Several events are set for the week ahead, including a Halloween Bingo, a virtual ghost walk and a Halloween Drive-Boo. Here's when those events will happen... more
Chris Rock leads a great cast in season four of FX’s “Fargo,” a terrific and beautifully written drama. “America loves a crime story because America is a crime … more
Bob Odenkirk shines in “Nobody,” a gritty action adventure. He plays Hutch Mansell, a mild mannered husband and father who is the victim of a home invasion. He does not resist at all. … more
The North Carolina Museum of History in Raleigh announced a new photography exhibit, “Are We There Yet? North Carolina’s Variety Vacationland, 1930s–1970s,” opening to the public with special hours and protocols Friday, April 30. more
The date printed on The Daily Record was Aug. 16, 1985, and shared that Thomas Laughton Williford Jr. took the oath of office as the new Coats Police chief. more
Join the Coats Senior Citizens Travelers as they tour Cape Cod and Martha’s Vineyard in Massachusetts. The trip will be for seven days and six nights, Sept. 12-18. The cost for double … more
While the weather might be cooler, the North Carolina Museum of History continues to offer online programs this winter season, and they are perfect for everyone in the family. more
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