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A tour of the Chatham County 911 First Responder Memorial.
Researchers are finding new use for coal ash - as a building material.
A profile of some unique Alleghany County potters.
Charlotte's Moore Place is providing apartments for the homeless.
A look at several small businesses in our state.
The newly-restored Roanoke River Lighthouse prepares to reopen.
Researchers work with nature's "super fruit" - the blueberry.
Researchers are working to reduce deadly diseases with GMO mosquitoes.
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A special summer camp at the NC Zoo teachers campers how to be wildlife biologists.
A conversation with UNC Board of Governors Chairman John Fennebresque.
The ECU Summer Guitar Festival brings classical guitarists from across the US.
A Hillsborough, NC artist re-creates paintings as quilts for the visual impaired to enjoy
An Orange County program works to provide bees to area farmers.
Grocers on Wheels delivers healthy foods to areas in desperate need.
A North Carolina music legend participates in a special musical program for kids.
Education exhibits by the NC Arboretum showcase our state's native plants.
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