Cheetos. Colored pencils. Board games. Wireless ear buds. Crossword puzzles. McDonald’s gift cards.
The shiny white buses that roll through Franklin may look a little different in 2019.
North Carolina residents heading to the polls in 2019 and beyond will need to make sure to bring a photo identification with them.
Mental health among Macon County’s youngest residents is on the minds of local leaders at both the school board and the board of health.
The meeting room at the Robert C. Carpenter Community Building served as a platform for leaders from multiple layers of government on Tuesday. North Carolina Rep.