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More Than 277,000 Books Collected For "Give Five - Read Five " Campaign
Elementary students across North Carolina have plenty of new books to read this summer as a result of the successful second annual "Give Five - Read Five" campaign.
Jarrett to hold papier-mache class
The Randolph Arts Guild (R.A.G.) offers a small-scale sculpture class with Greensboro-based artist, Michelle Jarrett.
- More Than 277,000 Books Collected For "Give Five - Read Five " Campaign
- Business News
National Curb Appeal Month: Tips to Upgrade Your Home’s Exterior
(StatePoint) Curb appeal is important in setting a welcoming tone. And if your home is for sale, an attractive exterior becomes crucial.
- Facebook tests button to let people shop from its website
- National Curb Appeal Month: Tips to Upgrade Your Home’s Exterior
- Deaths & Funerals
Summer Concert Series featuring Hip Pocket on July 20
The Summer Concert Series features Hip Pocket at Bicentennial Park on Sunday, June 15, at 7 p.m.
- YMCA Happy Hour Workout on July 25
- Summer Concert Series featuring Hip Pocket on July 20
- Community and Features
August is ‘Kids Eat Right’ Month: Nutrition Tips for Families
(StatePoint) With childhood obesity on the rise, making sure kids eat right and get plenty of exercise is vital.
Is Your Diet Making You Sick?
(StatePoint) Feeling under the weather? Many common ailments, as well as serious life-threatening conditions, are caused by what you are and aren’t putting into your body, say experts.
- August is ‘Kids Eat Right’ Month: Nutrition Tips for Families
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How spy agencies keep their 'toys' from law enforcement
A little over a decade ago, federal prosecutors used keystroke logging software to steal the encryption password of an alleged New Jersey mobster, Nicodemo Scarfo Jr., so they could get evidence from his computer to be used at his trial.
Russia's war on McDonald's takes aim at the Filet-o-Fish
Russia said earlier this week that it had no intention of answering Western sanctions by making it harder for Western companies to conduct business in Russia.
But all bets are off, apparently, when you threaten the Russian waistline.
- How spy agencies keep their 'toys' from law enforcement