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Sorrow so deep that it can be seen but not said. “Strong men grasped each other’s hand, none able to express their sympathy to the bereft except by look.” A tide of sorrow swept over the … more
After hearing what is apparently taking place, we have to ask why we even need 170 members in the General Assembly. We could save millions of dollars, free up lots of office space and greatly … more
It is infuriating to write what feels like the same piece. Multiple times, in way too rapid succession. But here we go again…a shooting, a white male perpetrator, a rejection and … more
Every Memorial Day, we remember those who died during active military service. But the day gives us a special opportunity to serve those who serve us. According to the Department of Veterans … more
COLEMAN FAMILY The following records indicate that the Coleman family anciently settled in our area had come from Nansemond County, Virginia. On Dec. 15, 1739, William Coleman, son of Robert … more
For centuries, scholars have marched in robes and hats of one kind or another to symbolize academic achievement. Sources indicate that as early as the 12th century, ceremonies have been held to … more
By now you should have seen it: “Avengers: Infinity War,” the 19th Marvel movie in half as many years and the culmination of all those years of storytelling — at least from a certain … more
A week from now, our younger daughter is going to graduate high school. There’s a lot of this going on these days. It’s that time of year. My Facebook feed is filled with examples of … more
RALEIGH — North Carolina continues to be a popular destination for people across the country — and around the world — who are looking for a great place to live, work, invest, rear families and … more
In 2014, more than two years before he became secretary of defense, U.S. Marine Corps Gen. James Mattis addressed an audience of war veterans for the Iraq and Afghanistan conflicts. Mattis told the … more
I recently overheard my friend, the proud parent of a newborn child, talking excitedly about his new son, as well he should. He said casually, but jokingly, “I guess I’ll have to start saving … more
Election Day is nearly six months away, and conventional wisdom decrees that Democrats will surf a blue wave and seize the House of Representatives. But I’m not so sure. On paper, there are … more
The more the American prom changes, the more it stays the same. The modern prom, reports Slate, “may be traced to the Ivy League and the annual tradition of a ‘presentation week,’ during … more
RALEIGH — Last week’s massive teacher march and rally was the best example of democracy in action that the state legislature has seen in years. I’d been skeptical that the turnout would meet … more
Years ago, a propaganda film entitled “Reefer Madness” depicted first-time cannabis smokers turning into instant maniacs, hallucinating, killing and raping after just a couple of puffs. It has … more
In several states, teachers are protesting for higher salaries and more support for education, and those protests have come to North Carolina. At the same time, medical costs are an issue everywhere … more
Since the “Russiagate” probe began, President Donald Trump and his supporters have used lots of bandwidth raging against what they refer to as the “Deep State.” Does the Deep State exist? … more
RALEIGH — For years, Democrats have consoled themselves after losing elections in North Carolina or elsewhere by insisting that demographic trends were still moving inexorably in their direction … more
Former state Senate leader Marc Basnight’s restaurant near Manteo evokes two of my favorite things: politics and people coming together for good food. Working on a follow-up to my book, “North … more
North Carolina ranks 44th in the nation in access to health care. When you consider we have great access in some parts of the state — those close to metropolitan areas and teaching hospitals in … more
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