Somewhere between the “thank goodness it’s Friday” crowd and those who will cower at every movement tomorrow are the rest of us. Our best advice: Go with the TGIF crowd.
For our dollar, which we still believe is best in our hand and not that of the government, the term is just fine for surveys but doesn’t really offer the definition to which we would ascribe.
In remembering Nelson Mandela’s life, full of accomplishment as it may be, two junctures would serve us well going forward. In each, we are reminded to never give up our cause or our dreams.
Henderson’s Christmas parade last Sunday was a treat for some, perplexing to others, and fortunate not to have injury.
There was no question about Franklin-Vance-Warren Opportunity’s place in the community. They’re a partner by any definition.
In the varied moments of time, when decisions have to be made, we react with our best judgments and hopefully always with the best of intentions.
Students in North Carolina got some needed help on Tuesday from three judges at the state Court of Appeals.
The latest honors are for the word of the year, as given respectfully by Oxford University Press and Merriam-Webster.
Gov. Pat McCrory and his administration have been presented an opportunity in public trust. Instead, they’ve sought the cloak of darkness.