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June 14, 2018

LOS ANGELES — Summer is always full of action and superhero pics, but this year a once dormant yet utterly adored genre is coming back in a big way: the romantic comedy.

After a 2017 without any from a major studio, this summer is proving to be a re-birth for this lost Hollywood staple with…

Film Summer of Rom-Coms

June 14, 2018

Heather Kretzer, a health consultant for the Florida Department of Health in Panama City, lives near the water. But the most recent call for an evacuation in her area was not because of a hurricane but because of an active shooter.

The incident, which did not result in any bystanders being injured…

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June 13, 2018

I don’t remember when I had radishes with unsalted butter and coarse salt for the first time, but I know that it was in France.

And it was the oblong red-to-fushia, white-tipped French breakfast radish that I fell in love with. This often photographed radish is what I think of when I think of…

Food Column Relish the Radish Season

June 12, 2018

Ready for a quick history lesson?

About 1,952 years ago, Rome sacked Jerusalem. Its soldiers carried off the treasures of the temple and thousands of Jews. The money and slave labor were then used to build a gigantic amphitheater you hve probably heard of. It is called the Colosseum.

So there is no…


June 11, 2018

Nash UNC Health Care hosted its third annual, full-day conference for pediatric health care professionals on May 30.

Nurses from local pediatric practices, nursing students, EMS personnel, school nurses, as well as pediatric nurses from Nash attended.

Presenters included pediatricians from UNC and…

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June 10, 2018

SALISBURY — Phillip MacNutt can’t seem to get away from hot air balloons.

“I’ve tried to quit a couple of times, and I always come back,” MacNutt said.

MacNutt, who moved to Salisbury about three years ago for an engineering job at Integro Technologies, is one of only…


June 09, 2018

When the school year officially ends, some students will dart out the door to celebrate the start of summer while others will turn their tassels and look towards the next step in life.

A small handful, though, will board planes and head back to their home countries having completed a year of…


June 08, 2018

The Maria V. Howard Arts Center has a sweet summer planned with ice cream sundaes, cupcakes and more.

A sweet treat theme will include photo-realism paintings of desserts of all kinds and delicious looking metal sculptures of cupcakes and ice cream cones. The exhibits, both opening today are…

June 08, 2018

When Mitch Butts saw “Purlie” on Broadway years ago, he walked out of the theater with his jaw dropped open.

That’s likely because it’s one of those shows he described as “a wonderful comedy, but inspirational that it will send chills down your spine.…


June 07, 2018

CHICAGO — Most women with the most common form of early-stage breast cancer can safely skip chemotherapy without hurting their chances of beating the disease, doctors are reporting from a landmark study that used genetic testing to gauge each patient’s risk.

The study is the largest…

Breast Cancer
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