Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for We the People of North Carolina Vol. 43 Issue 8, Aug 1985
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This article describes the Governors Inn, which is the only Four-Diamond, Four-Star property located in the Research Triangle Park. The inn opened in 1972, and general manager Karl H. Lack, a native of Germany, has been the driving force behind its popularity and success.
Felton J. Capel is president and chairman of his business, Century Associates of North Carolina. Century is a distributor of well-known stainless steel waterless cookware and other house wares, with a sales territory stretching from Atlanta to Washington, D.C. We the People of North Carolina magazine features Capel in their Businessman in the News section.
Begun in 1935, the Blue Ridge Parkway is within a day's drive of eight states and the District of Columbia. In 1984 alone, over 19 million people traveled the roadway. This article presents some of the history of the first fifty years.
A luxurious new hotel now graces Winston-Salem's downtown area. Located next to the Benton Convention Center, the seventeen story Winston Plaza, a $27 million, 318-room Stouffer hotel, forms the cornerstone of the city's downtown revitalization plan.