School systems in Western North Carolina and across the state are keeping close tabs on House Bill 13.
The Village Green should stay green
Visit your old neighborhood and you might find most things look the same.
Pro-life or pro-birth?
When hundreds of thousands of people participated in the Women’s March on Washington and in similar demonstrations across the country on Jan.
Whether the frame of reference is North Carolina or the nation as a whole, no one can dispute the fact that there is a partisan divide -- and that it has been growing.
A letter to my sweetheart, from your loving wife
President Trump has certainly hit the ground running.
One of the best gifts I received this Christmas was a history book entitled “The Country Church in North Carolina.” (Yes, I’m just that nerdy.)
The separation of powers principle shouldn’t be so vexing to state leaders.
Politicians need to follow ethical guidelines
The new president’s pledge to “drain the swamp” of corruption in Washington must be news to our Sen. Richard Burr.
In the ongoing annual debate about the efficiency of the influenza vaccine against various strains of the disease, one thing holds true: it’s still our best shot at preventing the flu.