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According to Charter press releases and notices mailed to customers, the move is considered to be a service enhancement. But not everyone is happy with the upgrade.
Ever since she got married two years ago, my best friend Karen never has time for me. Her husband, Robert, resents any time she spends with me (or any of her other friends for that matter).
The new location, known as Darrell’s 2, will seat 60, and the new owner hopes its location next to the new Fresh Market will drive more foot traffic.
Even in the midst of relocation due to last month’s fire at the Chesley Mall shopping center, Always Stylin’ is in every way your small town neighborhood barber shop/hair salon.
Sentara formally took over operation of the hospital in Elizabeth City on Saturday under terms of a 30-year agreement that includes renewal options for the Norfolk-based company to run Albemarle Hospital for the century.
The adjacent restaurant will be renovated and open in May, according to the new owners, while the overall 5 acres will be incorporated into the Beach Klub next door and the rest of the Koru campus.
Insurance premiums need to be adjusted to actual risk. And the onus is on the federal government to reform not just the NFIP, but disaster relief in general, and not just on the coast.
Savor the sizzling sounds of the John Brown Trio, friends for nearly 20 years, as they provide an evening of jazz in the fifth performance of the 31st Outer Banks Forum for the Lively Arts Series, Sat., Feb. 22 at 7:30 p.m.
Between 80 and 90 jobs are expected to be filled by the time the specialty grocery chain Fresh Market opens its new store at the north end of the Outer Banks Mall this spring.
Lately we've been hearing that Southerners don't know how to drive in the snow. Southerners, we're told, panic at the slightest dustings,
Photographer Ben Gallop recently headed down to Hatteras Island to check out the surfing action. He took these photos in Buxton, where some of the winter's best surf was breaking.
The massive granite stones – weighing at least 3,000 pounds – were part of the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse foundation that were cut away during the historic move of the lighthouse in 1999.