Wednesday Apr 16
Oregon Inlet shoaling problem deepens
The imminent start of the charter fishing season finds boat owners and local officials literally hoping for a change in the wind to open the sand-clogged Oregon Inlet anytime soon.
The Daily Advance
Ready, Aim, Click: Photo Club celebrates 10 years, holds annual competition
Arts of the Albemarle Photo Club is celebrating its 10th anniversary and it's also time for shooters to begin preparing submissions for the annual Photography Competition.
Jamestown park makes 'Great Places' short list
Wrenn Miller Park in Jamestown is among a short list of destinations across the state which you can vote for to receive the "People's Choice" in for the N.C. Great Places category.
The Daily Times
A draMAStic debut
Mary Stiegelbauer and her draMAStic dance works professionals have come home in every sense of the word.
Rhodhiss: We're not broke
Contrary to rumors, the Town of Rhodhiss is not going bankrupt and the town board of commissioners is not considering disbanding the town, the town manager said at the board's monthly meeting Tuesday.
Mt. Airy News
Cycle NC announces Mount Airy as overnight stop
Mount Airy is officially an overnight stop on the 2014 Cycle North Carolina "Mountains to Coast" route through the state.
UNC-Chapel Hill to dedicate massive new Marsico Hall research building Thursday
Jim Platania, Will Carmon, and Ron Templeton work on the eighth floor, which is the mechanical floor, of the new Marsico Hall on the UNC-Chapel Hill campus on Wednesday.