The Underground Beer Company, located in about 400 square feet of space off The Sly Fox restaurant in Southern Pines, sells about 1,000 craft beers from around the world, glassware, T-shirts and home-brewing kits.
The Moore County Chamber of Commerce is bringing back many different types of beers for its annual Festival of Beers this Saturday.
Sometimes technology news moves so fast that a once-a-week column simply cannot cover it all. So this week, I've put together a compendium of some of the high-tech news for you.
A few years ago Microsoft questioned people about what they thought was needed in their Office applications.
The unemployment rate in Moore County dropped in March for the second straight month, falling from 9.5 percent in February to 8.7 percent.
The quality and diversity of the culinary scene in Moore County is well-known to locals. Now, thanks in part to the new book "Best Chefs America," the word is spreading nationally.
In an effort to serve the growing number of individual investors who are looking for someone to understand their financial needs and goals, Edward Jones is looking to hire more financial advisers in Moore County.
Once the Red Door Cafe closed earlier this year, it didn’t take Robert and Lena Yarter long to add ice cream to their offerings at Kraz Elegant Cakes in downtown Pinehurst. “What goes better with cake than ice cream?” Lena said last week.
Defense contractors in Moore County have secured almost $100 million in prime contracts from the Department of Defense in the past two federal fiscal years, but financial uncertainty that has blanketed federal spending has left them hanging as a new fiscal year looms.
If you live in the Sandhills, you have recently asked a very common -question, "When is this aggravating -yellow pollen going to end?" This -question led me to the Internet, where I found out more about tree pollen than I ever wanted to know. I now know that, thankfully, it will end soon, but I also found an interesting way to keep abreast of the pollen situation.