Will Exports Save NC’s Tobacco Farms? In his greenhouse just off Clapp Farms Road , Andy Clapp pulls a batch of tobacco seedlings from their watery bed.
Asheville Residents Opposed to Amendment One March Evoking the peaceful, faith-based marches of the 1960s during the struggle for civil rights for African-Americans, people of all ages and spiritual stripes gathered in prayer Saturday at a downtown church. They then walked a short block to an early-voting site to cast their ballots against Amendment One.
End the Silence that Enables Sexual Violence There have been several disturbing stories in the local news of late regarding child sexual abuse — a couple of schoolteachers, one male and one female, who both videoed children’s genitals and shared those images with others for years.
Candidates for 10th US Congressional District in the May 8th Primary The biographies and statements for these 10th District US Congressional candidates were submitted by them and provided by the NC Center for Voter Education.
More than a Third of Firms use Social Media to Research Job Applicants With the pervasive, worldwide adoption of social media, job seekers know that the all-important first impression is potentially made well before the first interview.