Author: Natalie Wilson

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Every day, thousands of animals are at risk of being euthanized because shelters don't have enough room to keep them. Locally, The Humane Society of... [Read More]
Farmers are a part of a tight-knit community, so when Ryan Clark, Robert Knight, and Wesley Bowen heard about the tremendous losses farmers in the... [Read More]
As a figure of speech, you could say teachers have a lot of experience at "putting out fires." However, some are doing that literally. [Read More]
Beginning October 15, the Burlington Police Department is taking a more aggressive approach to stop illegal activity at sweepstakes and fish game locations in the... [Read More]
The City of Greensboro's Gillespie Golf Course reopened Wednesday after the course was closed because of flooding from Florence. Buffalo Creek runs through part of... [Read More]
Katrina Faircloth knows there's no place like home, but she's thankful for a pretty good substitute. She is receiving quality care at a medial shelter... [Read More]
People in a High Point neighborhood were awakened by a frantic sound - police and firefighters banging on their doors to protect them from floodwaters.... [Read More]
The Piedmont received several inches of rain from Tropical Depression Florence and the steady rainfall over the weekend made it difficult for some trees to... [Read More]
The NFL season kicks off this week, and one Panthers fan couldn't be happier. When she's not at Bank of America Stadium, Karen Hunter's "Panthers... [Read More]
Plant propagation is an easy way to fill your home or garden with color by taking one plant and dividing it into new plants. Hanna... [Read More]
We've had several hot and humid days this summer and the heat can put a strain on certain types of lawns. If your yard needs... [Read More]
There's the saying, "When life gives you lemons, make lemonade," but when one woman gets metal, she makes masterpieces. Christina Norris gives recycled material a... [Read More]
Sarah Nielsen spent a large part of this year training to climb Mount Kilimanjaro. The High Point University professor is a survivor of cervical cancer... [Read More]
When you're an artist, you never know when that spark will hit you. For students who live in the University of North Carolina at Greensboro's... [Read More]
For the last four to five years, Bobbie Frazier and Kay Fetner have been using their hands to get people to open their mouths and... [Read More]
I've always had Ehlers–Danlos Syndrome, a rare inherited condition that affects connective tissue. But at 19 a blockage in the back of my brain meant my... [Read More]
If you've looked at the trees in your yard lately, you may have noticed webs hanging in the branches. For some insects, they're pockets of... [Read More]
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Zoe Thomas has spent much of her summer going to the pool and swimming with her brother and sister. "I like to do all sorts... [Read More]
At one time, it stood out like a sore thumb. People in Asheboro knew it as the old Days Inn building, but it was a... [Read More]
Administrators with Guilford County Schools haven't been pleased with what they've been seeing on school buses with seat belts - most students aren't wearing them.... [Read More]
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