RALEIGH — A 35-foot North Carolina Fraser fir tree arrived at Biltmore this week as staff finished decorating America’s largest home for Christmas. The tree came from Andrews Nursery in Avery County and is decorated with 500 ornaments and wrapped packages tucked into its branches. It serves as the seasonal centerpiece in the home’s Banquet Hall. Christmas at Biltmore runs through Jan. 7, 2018.
In 2004, during the height of the recession, Asheville’s livestock market closed forcing producers small and large to make the drive to Tennessee or South Carolina to take their cattle to market. A drive to […]
The State Farmers Market in Raleigh hosts celebratory days throughout the year to celebrate North Carolina’s various vegetables and fruits. On Thursday, October 6 the pumpkin took center stage as competitors vied for prizes in […]
LOS ANGELES — Walt Disney Co. is developing a “Star Wars” standalone movie based on the beloved character of Obi-Wan Kenobi, the wise and noble Jedi master, The Hollywood Reporter and Variety reported on Thursday. […]