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39937
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Local music stores like Boulevard Records are meeting market demand for vinyl records and reflecting a national trend. It’s a boom greatly fueled by Millennials discovering 1960s and 1970s chart toppers and Baby Boomers who’ve been longtime fans of bands like Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, and Jimi Hendrix.
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39942
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Contemporary medical challenges directly impacting the community, health professionals in facilities such as Pitt County’s health department and Vidant Medical Center are optimistic about overcoming. Reason for optimism is reflected in a timeline, containing highlights such as the eradication of diseases such as smallpox, and in the observations of Dr. Earl Trevathan, whose career left him witness and contributor to sixty years of medical advancements.
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39938
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An interest in restoring Washington’s historic district and helping military vets recovering from war related trauma yielded Pamlico Rose Institute for Sustainable Communities. The yield of Roberts’ interest is represented in two projects: Historical Enclaves, which helps disabled veterans; Rose Haven, which helps female vets recovering from substance abuse, stemmed from sexual assault suffered during their service.
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39939
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Renovations to buildings in North Wilkesboro and Greenville uncovered murals bearing the brands of soft drinks, the latter still serving as a backdrop for nearby diners. They’re also a reflection of the long time importance of this industry in the region and families who helped to put Coke and Pepsi on the national map.
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