The Perseid meteor shower peaked Wednesday night and early Thursday morning.
H.S. Greene is capitalizing on the recent increased popularity of beekeeping by using his custom millwork and cabinet building skills in a different way.
Presley Barker of Traphill won first place last month in both the youth and adult guitar categories at the Alleghany County Fiddlers Convention in Sparta and the Ashe County Bluegrass and Old Time Fiddler’s Convention in Jefferson.
A bumper crop of peaches is being harvested on the Brushy Mountains of Wilkes and Alexander counties.
Several improvements at W. Kerr Scott Reservoir and the volunteers who helped make them possible were recognized Thursday.
Richard Eddy Watson, who regularly performed with his grandfather, the late Doc Watson, at the festival at Wilkes Community College named for his father, the late Merle Watson, died Monday at age 49.
A groundbreaking ceremony for a new facility for the Pleasant Hill Daycare in the Pleasant Hill community of eastern Wilkes County was held Sunday.
The Wilkes County Health Department and partner agencies will sponsor a smoking cessation event at the Wilkesboro Open Air Market from 4-6:30 p.m. Friday.
Late September and early October is normally one of the driest times of the year in Wilkes County, but normal doesn’t seem to mean much these days when it comes to weather.
Problems related to people drinking beer while floating down the Dan River in Stokes County have gotten so bad that officials there have proposed a ban on alcohol consumption on any river in the county.
About 40 out of 52 weekends a year, you’ll find Donnie DePasquale of Denver (in Lincoln County) at a festival as far away as Ohio and Florida but mostly in North Carolina or an adjoining state.
RALEIGH – The General Assembly decided to hold both the presidential primary and the traditional statewide primary elections on March 15, 2016.
Yes, we have a state budget and a $445 million budget surplus continues to be lauded as evidence by our politicians that “reforming the tax code and increasing competitiveness are strengthening North Carolina’s economy and putting more money into the budget of working families.”
When we started to plan the Carolina in the Fall Music and Food Festival nearly eight months ago, we had no idea what all that entailed.