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The Asheville Citizen-Times
Legacy of Love
Western North Carolina was a very different place in 1941. The entire country was still feeling the effects of the Great Depression and Jim Crow laws in the south made it extraordinarily tough for black citizens to realize the American dream.
The Gaston Gazette
COLUMN: Bill Williams: Remembering, reflecting on old friends
I have been in the newspaper business for 63 years, but there was a run of news a short while ago that left me hunting for the proper words.
Funeral arrangements set for Martin Nesbitt
The funeral for state Sen. Martin Nesbitt is scheduled for Tuesday in the Asheville area he represented for more than three decades.
North Carolina UFO 'size of storage shed' moves toward ground
The North Carolina witness was driving along this stretch of Montford Cove Road north of Union Mills when an object the 'size of a large storage shed' moved toward ground level.
Eastern Wake News
Zebulon bidding for statewide glory
The town of Zebulon is in a popularity contest of sorts. The North Carolina League of Municipalities – sort of like a trade association for towns – has concocted its own tournament between 32 towns and cities across the state.