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They come in all sizes. You can dip them in powdered sugar and either white or dark chocolate. You can put them in a cake. You can eat them with ice cream. Or you can eat them … more
Admiration is the only way to describe the way I feel about good food and those shouldering the responsibility of putting it on the table. In earlier times, I am confident I could have stood my … more
RALEIGH — The latest federal job report is out — and it shows North Carolina’s employment recovery stalling out a bit during the first quarter of 2021. That may not be evident at … more
Many take great enjoyment in growing tomatoes in their home garden. There is something special about growing tomato plants and reaping the benefits of eating a fresh, home-grown tomato. … more
April is gardening month so enjoy the spring weather with these gardening tips: more
In late March, as the soil warms up, it can be common to see small bees flying around just above the ground and small mounds of soil they have created in the lawn. These bees are called ground … more
With a few spring-like days recently, many of us will soon have spring fever and want to start working on our gardens and landscapes. One common question that comes to our office is, “Can I … more
RALEIGH — If you think the cost of living is too low, I bear good tidings. The Biden administration and its allies in Congress, regulatory agencies, and state governments across the country are … more
RALEIGH — Among the many reasons the political discourse in Washington has gotten so toxic, and at the same time so unproductive, is that the legislative branch of our federal government has … more
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