Trick or Treat time is right around the corner or depending on when you read this story it may have already passed. There are a few things you need for a successful Halloween such as a costume, good PREMIUM candy and time to watch your favorite horror film.
It’s October and we all know it’s the month of spooky things, candy and our favorite horror movies. One thing for certain, North Carolina has a long history of spooky places along with weird occurrences that till this day can’t be explained. One of those unexplained events happened this month in the town of Hillsborough, which is about 40 minutes northwest of Raleigh.
Well it’s October and fall is here so you know what time it is. Yep, it’s time for confusing North Carolina weather where you wake up at 7 am and it’s 40 degrees out so you dress accordingly. When you make your return back outside around 3pm and it’s freaking 80 degrees out. Make sure you take care of your wardrobe and mental and physical health during the season change.
A few weeks ago we brought you the story of a cat custody battle between two owners in Kansas and North Carolina. When we left you we just knew this cat fight had been resolved. But there has been an added twist to the cross-state battle for our adventurous furry little friend. Bob was a stray cat found in Kansas by a family ten years ago. The family took him to the local vet in Kansas and no microchip was discovered so they decided to keep him.
It is time to have a serious conversation about barbecue!
Republican U.S. Rep. Chuck Edwards is threatening to “defund” the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians for their vote to legalize adult-use cannabis on their tribal lands, The News & Observer reported.
If you find yourself in downtown Raleigh between the General Assembly and the Governor’s Mansion, you may see there’s been a new addition to the area. Freedom Park is officially open to the public in downtown Raleigh. The park which sits on an acre of land is the first park in North Carolina dedicated to the African American struggle.
While powerful state Republicans may be pushing hard to legalize casino resorts in North Carolina, a recent poll shows the overwhelming majority of residents want a say in the decision, according to a report from Casino.org.