“That first park was legit!” proclaims Lowery Cruthers (Jake Johnson), a staffer at the new Jurassic World amusement park. “It didn’t need genetic hybrids, it was real.”
There is no shortage of heartwarming stories in our community about how individuals and organizations are helping neighbors escape poverty.
Four-hour hikes over nine different Fridays, covering almost 100 miles on foot. That’s what Bill Causey and Tim Keim, of Chatham County, spent their winter doing as they traversed the rough and undeveloped banks of the Rocky River.
North Carolina’s teen pregnancy rate has declined by 53 percent in the last 20 years (Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention Campaign of North Carolina).
It’s time for you to start gathering your supplies and making preparations for the canning season.
Boomer, senior, family caregiver and veteran events for June 10-16:
Q: In the late-’50s, my parents had some old 45s that included a song about a robin. Here’s what I remember of the lyrics: “Poor little robin, walkin’, walkin’, walkin’ to Missouri. (S)he can’t afford to fly.”
Heaven is living in a small town at harvest time. I don’t even have to venture into the produce section of the grocery store these days.
Anything could become a tall tale at Grandpa’s country store in Buckhorn community where local yokels
Did you know nearly 16 million children face hunger in the United States?
“Jacob said to his father, ‘I am Esau, your firstborn; I have done as you told me.’” Genesis 27:19a
More weddings are scheduled during the month of June than in any other month.
“Spy” isn’t just the latest spy movie spoof. On a more subversive level, it supersedes both the casting stereotypes
Brian Buchanan is afraid of heights. And yet he’s an artist who works for one of the biggest mural companies in the country, painting huge pieces on the sides of tall buildings.
As the weather warms up, butterflies, hummingbirds, and bees are seen busily working in our gardens. These pollinators are extremely important for the future of many plants, as well as our own livelihood.
With summer “officially” right around the corner, what is one thing that children love to do to beat the heat?
The Enrichment Center serves as a focal point in the community where older adults meet to participate in activities and enhance their involvement in the community.
Once upon a time, I was able to take the trip of a lifetime.