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Wednesday, July 17, 2024

Trailblazers 2023: The sixth annual roster of under-40 N.C. leaders making dynamic local impacts

By Kevin Ellis and Audrey Knaack North Carolina’s population has trended urban for decades, but the state’s rural history is important to its culture. About...

How nice guy Bob Timberlake became a global phenomenon

A May 1965 article in Life magazine about famed artist Andrew Wyeth turned Bob Timberlake from the manager of his family’s gas business and...

Chapel Hill leaders jockey to make Franklin Street a dynamic space

Franklin Street, Chapel Hill: A famous avenue where students and residents meet, greet and rush after winning national championships. Some believe it should remain...

Pillars of NC: Dr. Bill Milner devotes his life to providing travel dental care

A Texan-born dentist devotes his life to providing traveling dental care in central North Carolina. Dr. Bill Milner knew as a teenager volunteering at a Fort...

Power list interview: Tom Pashley, president of Pinehurst Resort, talks with Nido Qubein

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  Pinehurst Resort President Tom Pashley joined High Point University President Nido Qubein in the...

Upfront: Spiritual split

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Methodism is as much a part of North Carolina as barbecue, Bojangles' and Cheerwine,...

NC trend: Durham startup promotes sustainability with toy deliveries.

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Traditional toy retailers depend on October to December as their make-or-break holiday selling season....

NC trend: Rod Brind’Amour has led a resurgent hockey powerhouse

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After winning the Stanley Cup in 2006, the Carolina Hurricanes made the playoffs twice...

NC trend: Canton looks for a new role after the shuttering of its landmark...

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The silence is back, this time for good. A few years ago, on a...

NC trend: A Cary company’s tasty kombucha isn’t an oxymoron

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After a decade in the fragmented but fast-growing kombucha market, Cary-based Tribucha believes it...

Green shoots: Appalachian State University expands to Hickory

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Remove Hickory from North Carolina’s largest metropolitan areas without a four-year public university. Hundreds of students...

Investing in the Future of Affordable Housing in N.C.

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••• SPONSORED SECTION ••• This is the twenty-eighth in a series of informative monthly articles...

Whose Business is it Anyway?

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••• SPONSORED SECTION ••• A CASE STUDY IN DIVORCE AND THE FAMILY BUSINESS By Paige Inman,...

Round Table: Diversity

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••• SPONSORED SECTION ••• A wide range of employees with different backgrounds and experiences, lead...

Economic development: Training N.C.

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••• SPONSORED SECTION ••• Businesses expanding in North Carolina are creating thousands of jobs. Colleges...

Community close up: Eastern N.C.

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••• SPONSORED SECTION ••• GOING COASTAL Expanded marketing benefits New Hanover. New Hanover is the second smallest...