Reporter Jon Rowe’s eyewitness account of tornado: A little too close for comfort

On Friday evening, as I was heading home to Blounts Creek, I stopped at Hess in Chocowinity to put oil in my truck and rent ... Read more

Pamlico’s Past: The Burning of Washington

One hundred and fifty years ago, at around 10 o’clock on the morning of April 30, 1864, one of the most devastating events in the ... Read more

Health Beat: The good, the bad, and the ugly

You might think that April’s observation of Child Abuse Prevention Month doesn’t apply to you, but it’s a good time to examine discipline in all ... Read more

We Represent You!

We Represent You!

  The National Association of Realtors started over 100 years ago. The mission is to make sure all Americans have an opportunity at the American ... Read more

Write Again … This thing about “real men”

Now, about today’s column. It is being written well before today, if that makes sense. You see, I usually have a number of these little ... Read more