Careless actions endanger the lives of children, especially when a big yellow school bus is stopped, has stop equipment deployed, and drivers disobey the law.
For as long as children have been around, two things have changed little. They will and do pick on one another. And they are also resilient.
Three entities doing good service in the Tri-County area deserve praise.
When the NFL in 2009 embraced pink in October to raise eyebrows for Breast Cancer Awareness Month, it scored big for the cause. But there’s more to the story.
Negative campaigning is centuries old, and this year will assure a November winner is a sure loser in the public eye.
Disney, big cities, beaches and mountains are nice. But for those rooted where our state’s goodness has grown, exhibits and competitions at the state fairgrounds strike a chord of our memory to a different time and place, if only for a few moments.
We see another unfortunate detriment from free-flowing borders, harm that could potentially have been avoided.
Vance County’s commission should immediately withdraw its personnel file-related request of a company whose arrival it once hailed.