On this, Family Literacy Day, we’re sorry to share the sad news about our national abilities compared to the rest of the globe. We’re below average when it comes to literacy.
While we may not have the authority, we’re OK if police or sheriff’s deputies make an arrest for anyone caught twerking tonight.
After a dozen years of impact with rips into so many facets of our lives, could unity we thought we had in the immediate aftermath of 9/11 finally have come back around? We can only hope.
The punch line is if we can’t get into healthcare.gov, how can anyone else? But we should worry.
When The Dispatch learned of a recent training session for the staff of emergency operations, we knew a good story was awaiting our readers.
The government shutdown and the sluggish economy are overwhelming citizens in Vance County. And the John William Pope Foundation heard the plea.
North Carolina is first in flight; always have been, always will be.
The hope and goal is that awareness of domestic violence will last 24/7/365.
We already knew Barbara Howe of Oxford wouldn’t be running for governor of North Carolina in 2016. Now James Protzman, the councilman from Chapel Hill, has said he’s done with it as well.