A big business deal went down this past week that could have a profound impact on the proper functioning of democracy and an informed public.
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It’s just under a month to go before I pack the van and drive Loreleigh off to college at the University of North Carolina Greensboro.
I’ve thought this past week of what I could say about my friend Bruce Cunningham that others hadn’t already, and the task was quite daunting.
In less than a month we celebrate the 50th anniversary of one of the great achievements of humankind: the landing of astronauts on the moon.
When I began this Mother’s Day column last Monday, I did not know then that this would be the first Mother’s Day for mom in which the one who …
I won’t swear to it, but I think I now know why T.S. Eliot wrote what he did in the opening lines to his epic poem “The Waste Land.”
We’re only in the fourth month of the year, but so far local news seems to be “trending,” as the digitally savvy say.
Of all the times I’ve done school drop-off over the years, the hardest was Monday, Dec. 17, 2012.
Much to their consternation, Pinehurst village officials are looking at substantially higher costs for solid waste disposal this year and next.