Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for The State Vol. 58 Issue 11, April 1991
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One of the best collections of home-grown herbs is in northeastern Cumberland County, at Rasland Farm. The farm was established in 1981 and has been serving herbalists and plant enthusiasts from across North America ever since.
Tryon has hosted the Block House Steeplechase since 1946 and hosts many events, including parades, hat contests, and multiple horse races. Tryon’s equestrian history goes back to the 1920s, with fox hunting and carriage driving
Newport in Carteret County is known for its friendliness, community pride, and barbecue. This article discusses the history of the Newport Pig Cooking Contest and how it has transformed and helped the town over the years.
Many North Carolinians are finding that the market is perfect for buying second homes and property in the state. This article discusses how developers and real estate businesses are using this to their advantage.
North Carolina’s first woman lawyer, Tabitha Ann Holton (1854-1886) , struggled to be admitted to the state bar exams. This article recounts her life and perseverance in becoming a lawyer.