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A look at some of our state's unique history.
Several people are inspiring others with their own stories of overcoming adversity.
A look at several programs bolstering economic development in our state.
Visit several farms embracing & promoting NC's agricultural heritage.
A look at several unique businesses across our state.
From athletes, to scientists, to a special getaway, we're visiting some unique neighbors.
From traditional crafts to lifestyles how our diverse heritage is preserved in NC.
The No Hand King, a Grammy winner, a commencement speaker, & an entertainer inspire us all
Photographer Bruce Roberts captures iconic images showcasing NC & US history.
Civil Rights protests inspired a NC judge to develop the Community Service Works Program.
Fort San Juan, near Morganton, was built in 1567 as part of a Spanish Army mission.
Ken Humphries uses traditional techniques to make beautiful hand-carved duck decoys.
Shrimpburgers have been a favorite treat of coastal visitors for decades.
Carteret County’s annual Wild Caught Festival serves ONLY fresh, locally caught seafood.
Citizens Police Academy offers day-in-the-life experiences with law enforcement officers.
Davy Arch works to promote & preserve the history & heritage of the Cherokee.
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