Free Screening of Alzheimer’s Film Scheduled

May 19, 2016

Screening of Alive Inside Scheduled for Fayetteville NC Released by Pat Wright and Jan Johnson, MoonShadow Film Society announced today that there will be a free screening of the multi award-winning film, Alive Inside, on June 7, […]

Fayetteville Venues Announced for Film Festival

May 18, 2016

Four Venues Planned for the Inaugural Indigo Moon Film Festival Released by Pat Wright and Jan Johnson, Ground Swell Pictures The Indigo Moon Film Festival (IMFF) announced today that four venues in Historic downtown Fayetteville NC will show […]

Charlotte-based Company Holding Renovation Contest

May 17, 2016

National Gypsum’s PURPLE-TO-PERFECT Contest Offers Homeowners Chance To Win Media Room, Bathroom or Garage Renovation by TV Host and Designer Anitra Mecadon Released by Stephen Hass, Highly charismatic TV personality and award-winning interior designer Anitra […]

Free Aetna Dental Card for NC Residents

May 17, 2016

North Carolina Drug Card to Offer Dental Plan to State Residents to Promote Rx Awareness Week Released by Michael Walker, Regional Manager, North Carolina Drug Card All North Carolinians will have the opportunity to download […]

NC Hurricane Preparedness Week is May 15–21

May 15, 2016

Preparation Tips a Good Idea for All NC Residents, Regardless of Location Released by Tameka Kenan-Norman, City of Rocky Mount NC Emergency Management officials from Rocky Mount urge residents to plan now for hurricane season by […]

301 Endless Yard Sale Scheduled for June 17-18

May 14, 2016

Sale Lengthens Again for Its Fourth Year By Kay Whatley, Editor The Fourth Annual “301 Endless Yard Sale” will take place June 17-18, 2016. Johnston County, site of the first US 301 Endless Yard Sale has invited its neighbors along US 301 from […]

Industrial Hemp Funding Goal Reached in NC

May 13, 2016

Initial Commission Funding Complete! On to the Next Step Toward Growing in North Carolina. Released by the North Carolina Industrial Hemp Association The NCIHA saw the next step to hemp production in NC sprout Wednesday when […]

Piedmont Company Sources NC-made Products

May 13, 2016

Experience a Carolina Summer with Carolina Monthly’s Seasonal Box — “Buy Local” For the past year, Carolina Monthly has been shipping monthly boxes of goods exclusively made in North Carolina to subscribers across the United […]

Older Americans Month 2016

May 4, 2016

“Blaze a Trail: The Story this Flower Tells…” Released by Kendra Dixon, Older adults are a growing and vital part of our country. Their contributions to our communities are varied, deeply rooted, and include influential […]

Wounded Veterans Raise the Roof

May 2, 2016

Wounded Warrior Project Joins Habitat for Humanity to Build A New Home for an Orange County, North Carolina Family Released by Rob Louis, via URNewswire John Heywood did not create the phrase “many hands make light work,” […]

Alligator Advice from NC Wildlife

April 27, 2016

Wildlife Commission Provides Alligator Tips and Regulations Released by Jodie B. Owen, As the weather warms and alligator sightings become more numerous, the NC Wildlife Resources Commission reminds the public that feeding, harassing or killing […]

NC Restaurant Named A Top Farm-to-Table Spot

April 26, 2016

Highland Avenue Named One of the Fifty-One Best Farm-To-Table Restaurant in America by MSN Released by Meg Jenkins Locke and Natalie Stachon, Highland Avenue Restaurant is immensely proud to have been named as one […]

Class Action Filed Against Saber Healthcare

April 26, 2016

Alleges Understaffed Alzheimer’s Care Units in North Carolina Released by Matthew E. Lee, A class action lawsuit was filed April 25, 2016, on behalf of hundreds of North Carolina residents of Alzheimer’s and dementia care units owned and […]

Dachau Concentration Camp Papers Acquired by NC

April 19, 2016

Released by Matthew Peek, The liberation of the World War II German concentration camp of Dachau, April 29-30, 1945, is being commemorated by the State Archives of North Carolina with the announcement of the recent […]

NC Industrial Hemp Assoc. Gathering Support

April 14, 2016

Industrial Hemp Farming Still Grounded in NC By Kay Whatley The North Carolina Industrial Hemp Association (NCIHA) has been gathering funds to start the state’s new Industrial Hemp Commission. As soon as the association raises $200,000, the […]

NC Industrial Hemp Information Session April 19th

April 14, 2016

Released by Jeffrey M. Cartonia and Warren Williams (NCIHA) The North Carolina Industrial Hemp Association (NCIHA) is holding a “Hemp Informational Session” on April 19, 2016, starting at 7pm. The session should last about two hours. The event is hosted […]

Hickory NC Chefs Selected by James Beard Foundation

April 13, 2016

A Distinguished Honor for Hickory NC Restaurant Chefs to Be Selected for New York ‘Small Towns, Big Flavors’ Released by Natalie Stachon, Carolina Moon Hospitality Highland Avenue is thrilled to participate in the upcoming ‘Small Towns, Big Flavors’ […]

NC Highway Litter Sweeps April 16-30

April 13, 2016

Adopt-A-Highway Volunteers and NCDOT Promote Litter Sweep Released by NC Dept. of Transportation Hundreds of volunteers from across North Carolina are gearing up for some spring cleaning – outdoors. The NC Department of Transportation (NC DOT) […]

Hickory NC Sisters on the Big Screen

April 8, 2016

Lauren and Brooke DeLeary of LoveCollide are featured in God’s Not Dead 2 Film  Released by Carrie DeLeary, ABS Entertainment, LLC Sisters Lauren and Brooke DeLeary of the Christian Pop/Rock Duo LoveCollide, are featured in the move […]

Peppers Recall Spurs Ukrop’s Product Recall

April 8, 2016

Ukrop’s Homestyle Foods Recalls Ready-To-Eat Turkey, Pork, And Beef Products Due To Possible Foreign Matter Contamination Released by Brittany C. Woodland, Ukrop’s Homestyle Foods, a Richmond, Va. establishment, is recalling approximately 2,881 pounds of turkey, pork, […]

Carolina FiberFest: A Ten Year Love Affair

March 22, 2016

Contributed by Carolyn Beasley Ten years ago a group of fiber lovers dreamed of a fiber event in Eastern North Carolina. With much work Carolina FiberFest was born. Carolina FiberFest’s mission is to: educate the […]

Knightdale Named Most Affordable Community in NC

March 17, 2016

Low Taxes, Low Insurance Costs, and High Income were Factors; Designation is Second for Town Contributed by Brian Bowman, Knightdale has been named the most affordable community in North Carolina for the second year in a […]

Shipwreck Discovered off North Carolina Coast

March 7, 2016

Significant Civil War-Era Shipwreck Discovered  Released by NC Dept. of Natural and Cultural Resources Another pearl in the form of a large iron-hulled Civil War era steamer has been discovered in the Atlantic Ocean off […]

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