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The Vollis Simpson Whirligig Park got another financial boost Thursday during a dedication ceremony for six new whirligigs. Jim Goodmon, president and CEO of Capitol Broadcasting Company/ WRAL-TV, presented a check for $100,000 to sponsor the giant whirligig named Time Machine. The whirligig, whi ...
FREE Roten-Poythress
Courteney Carole Poythress and Justin Timothy Roten, both of Wilmington, we ...

FREE Kennedy-Sessoms
Hallie Moore Sessoms and Ralph Griffin Kennedy, both of Raleigh, were unite ...

FREE Bryant-Duke
Mr. and Mrs. Tyler N. Duke of Summerfield announce the engagement of their ...

FREE Mr. and Mrs. Rountree celebrate 60th anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Rountree celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary Aug. ...

FREE Mr. , Mrs. Bissette celebrate 40th wedding anniversary
John and Debbie Bissette celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary with a p ...

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Writer, musician Gardner speaks at Barton Nov. 10
Fiction writer Phillip J. Gardner is guest speaker for the Nov. 10 Victor R ...

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We eat sweet potatoes at my house all year long, but there’s somethin ...

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