A year after most official celebrations were cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic, cities and towns across North Carolina are preparing for fireworks shows, parades and community celebrations for this year’s Independence Day weekend. Here are a few cities with over-the-top celebrations on and just before July 4.
The tradition of decking the halls at The Biltmore House began in 1895 when George Vanderbilt invited friends and family to his home on Christmas Eve. Today the festivities begin in November with what has […]
Warsaw, N.C. has been called the crossroads of Eastern North Carolina and on June 24, 2016 the North Carolina General Assembly named their Veterans Day Parade the official parade for the state.Among the reasons for […]
RALEIGH – President Donald Trump will make stops in consecutive days in North Carolina before the Nov. 3 election, visiting Hickory on Sunday, Nov. 1 and Fayetteville on Monday, Nov. 2 in a makeup of […]