Kim Wade recently released "Doing Business," a documentary celebrating the legacy of West Southern Pines. Listen to her discuss the project.
Austin Cameron loves showing the Santa Gertrudis cows that he raises with his family at their farm, Tri-C Farm, in Carthage.
As we celebrate the unofficial end of summer this Labor Day weekend, we also should take the time to consider how much the concept of "labor" has changed for the American workforce.
Moore County native Greg Ritter has led a storied life with many trials.
Attorney Bruce Cunningham says his mother, Marjorie Cunningham, has left a lasting impression on him because of her vigor for life, curiosity, optimism and tolerance.
Longtime Pilot reporter Florence Gilkeson is retiring after over 30 years of covering news in Moore County.
Doris Dunn lives to help others. In her spare time, she runs a community coalition in the house where her grandmother, Cora Lee Person, raised her in Eagle Springs.
Pinecrest High School senior Nick Reed hopes to find more local WWII veterans to interview as the community celebrates Veterans Day.
As we pause to remember what happened 10 years ago on Sept. 11, it's easy to forget that most of Moore County's younger residents were too young to understand the horrific events that forever changed the United States.
Taylortown resident Alice Thompson has many fond memories of attending school and teaching at Academy Heights. As the year-round elementary school closed at the end of the 2010-2011 year, Thompson recalls the work she put into keeping the school open many years ago and its lasting legacy in the community.
Gail George, owner of GWG Wig Boutique in downtown Southern Pines, is a true businesswoman.
Moore County native Shorty Brown finds satisfaction living the simple life of a tractor mechanic and a farmer. Brown lives and works on the land he was raised on between Carthage and Robbins.
Edward Burr is a caddy at Pinehurst Resort, and he's seena lot of different people play the courses over the years. After years at the golf course, he says he has some pretty interesting stories from the job.
Lindsay Lovin works at the Pine Crest Inn as a bartender. And in the last eight years she's been working there, she says she's seen some pretty famous faces.
Sam Jordan and Fred Renner exchange excited smiles when they look at the GED in the office of Jordan’s auto body shop. It’s new, acquired in May, when Jordan was 45 years old, and he says he shows it off to everyone who comes in.