Three additional suspects in the Boston Marathon bombing have been taken into custody, Boston police said Wednesday.
Heather Hughey, Locust ABC general manager, shows off a luau-themed display. One of the things done to make the store more attractive is putting together displays like this in the store.
From struggle to success
The Locust ABC store opened in 2008 in the midst of the stock market crash and, even in its second year, found itself at a negative 6.56 percent profit.
- Storm causes loss power, spree of alarms
- SBI probes lawyer for suspected drug buys; no charges filed
- From struggle to success
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Stanly All-Star 15 year-olds lose in championship finals
The Stanly County 15 year-old All-Stars Babe Ruth Baseball team battled its way through the losers’ bracket after suffering a 10-9 loss to the Union County Americans to reach the championship finals.
Stanly rallied to force a deciding third game but Union County prevailed to earn a trip to the regionals in Varina, Virginia.
- Stanly All-Stars reach state championship round
- Stanly All-Star 15 year-olds lose in championship finals
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Sideshows involving Rice and Dungy stain NFL's image
Pro football training camps should be all about, well, football. But the talk around the NFL is about Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice's two-game suspension, Tony Dungy's indelicate remarks about Michael Sam and Jim Irsay's largesse. What kind of league is Roger Goodell running?
- Grandstands feel a little empty at NASCAR races
- Sideshows involving Rice and Dungy stain NFL's image
- Opinion & Letters to the Editor
Wrangling over pay for teachers
RALEIGH – When the N.C. General Assembly reconvened in mid-May, there was talk of a short, efficient session.
- Medical marijuana opponents' most powerful argument is at odds with a mountain of research
- Wrangling over pay for teachers
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Aiken campaigns in Asheboro
Clay Aiken slipped into an Asheboro restaurant virtually unnoticed while campaigning in the city last Thursday.
- World traveler chooses Asheboro to pursue fine arts
- Aiken campaigns in Asheboro
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This Facebook post from the Lockport (N.Y.) Police Department, which has since been removed, asks about the offensiveness of the word "negro."
Police department turns to Facebook for guidance on use of 'negro'
LOCKPORT, N.Y. - What seems to be a data entry mistake by a small town police department in western New York has turned into a social media firestorm centered around the word "negro" and whether it's acceptable to use in modern society.
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- Police department turns to Facebook for guidance on use of 'negro'