Zane Smith wins back-to-back Truck Series races at Circuit of The Americas
(Family Features) Getting health care for yourself or a loved one is a big responsibility, especially if you are starting with Medicare, need services like nursing home care, have to find a new doctor or get home health care.
(Family Features) Travel for pure enjoyment is on the rise, so this may be your year to plan the ultimate dream vacation.
(Family Features) There’s more to maintaining a healthy heart than just eating right and exercising regularly. While these practices play an important role in both cardiovascular and overall health and well-being, getting a good night’s sleep is also key.
(Family Features) Your nose is essential for conditioning the air you breathe and serves as the first line of defense against dust, pollution, bacteria, viruses and more. The presence of these substances in your nasal passages can trigger infections, disease and illness.
(Family Features) For many women, life is busy and moves at such a fast pace, it might seem to pass them by. Amid the hustle and bustle, it can be easy to forget to slow down to show encouragement and love toward influential women in your life, such as a daughter, neighbor or friend.
(Family Features) Easter signals springtime and provides an opportunity to gather with loved ones to celebrate. However, hosting the get-together – whether brunch, lunch or dinner – requires planning and preparation to ensure the event is enjoyable.
4 creative alternatives to decorating eggs this Easter
(Family Features) Most parents would agree the quality of their children’s education plays a key role in their overall development. While parents are optimistic about the future of education, they also recognize children have educational needs beyond what is considered the standard.
Caswell County Clerk of Superior Court John Satterfield has appointed Ethel Brown Gwynn of Pelham to fill the unexpired term of the recently deceased Nathaniel Hall, chairman of the board of commissioners, in Caswell County.
(BPT) - The Social Security Administration implemented their highest cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) in four decades earlier this year. This annual COLA is based on increases in the Consumer Price Index as reported by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. This means former workers receiving …
(BPT) - Pale skin, shakiness and sweating are just a few symptoms you might associate with hypoglycemia, which is known to be common in people with type 1 diabetes. But type doesn’t matter: People with type 2 diabetes that use insulin or sulfonylureas are at just as much risk.
(Family Features) A staple of warm weekend days, brunch combines the best flavors of the first two meals of the day. Every great brunch spread complements its savory items with something sweet, something refreshing and a signature beverage, and there’s one ingredient that can help cover all …
(Family Features) With many people focused on achieving a cleaner and healthier lifestyle, taking actionable steps such as recycling, using less hot water and eating nutritious foods can help lower your carbon footprint. Another step for a clean lifestyle: cooking with an environmentally fri…
(Family Features) Deviled eggs, also known as stuffed eggs, first appeared in American cookbooks in the mid-19th century, but the origin can be traced back to ancient Rome where eggs were boiled and seasoned with spicy sauces, according to the History Channel. Today, deviled eggs are a stapl…
(Culinary.net) When celebrating with family, there is nearly nothing better than passing a light and sweet dessert around the table. These Simple Macaroons are crisp, dipped in decadent chocolate and a completely scrumptious option for celebrating Passover.
(Family Features) Bright, beautiful spring days often call for fresh, delicious meals that give you energy to enjoy the great outdoors. Whether you’re hitting the pavement for a run, powering up for an afternoon at the office or picnicking with loved ones, nutrition and flavor can go hand in…
(Family Features) It’s hard to top a brunch feast spent snacking on sweet treats in the sunshine with loved ones. At the center of your celebration can be a springtime tradition with nearly endless possibilities: eggs.
(Family Features) Birthdays, holidays or just casual Saturdays are all perfect excuses to enjoy brunch with your favorite people. Bringing everyone together with quiches, pastries, appetizers, desserts and more offers an easy way to kick back and relax on a warm weekend morning.
Caswell County woman charged with insurance fraud
(NewsUSA) - Fifty thousand people in the U.S. have had their skin cancer cured without going to hospitals or undergoing traditional Mohs surgery, avoiding that treatment’s pain, bleeding, surgical scarring and, often, need for follow-up reconstructive surgery.
(BPT) - We often talk about breast cancer as if it is one disease. “Yeah, she had breast cancer,” or “she had a lump removed.” Even, “she has breast cancer. She’s going through chemo.”
(NewsUSA) - The financial services industry is changing and diversifying, and this includes women becoming financial advisors at a rate higher than ever before.
Bartlett Yancey baseball, coming off three straight losses, got down to business last week, cruising to shutout wins against Bethany and Graham in a doubleheader.
In it’s first conference game of the season, Bartlett Yancey softball blew a five run lead at home against North Moore’s Mustangs last Friday and needed a bit of extra inning magic from Alannah Kelly to avoid blowing the game.
Wild turkey hunting season opens in North Carolina on April 1. The youth season is April 1 – 7, and the statewide season is April 8 – May 6. Hunters are limited to two turkeys for the season, only one of which may be taken during the youth season.
Milton Renaissance Foundation will host a dedication of the former Christ Church to its new purpose Saturday, March 25, at 10:30 a.m. Having served as home to Milton Woman’s Club since the 1970s, the Carpenter Gothic-style church will now serve the mission of Milton Renaissance Foundation, w…
Have you ever wanted to pick up an instrument? Learning the strings can be a real challenge, especially for beginners. Maybe you’ve even tried in the past, but just couldn’t get the hang of it. Regardless of your background in music, Kyle Foster is here for you. With experience working with …
Caswell County Schools Third and Fourth graders get excited as March approaches. At each elementary school you can find them practicing multiplication fact fluency. One third grade class winner and a fourth grade class winner at each school, competes at the district level in the system wide …
Fourth in a series on the ARTS initiative project underway in Caswell County Schools
Yanceyville resident Matthew Hoagland is on a mission to reach as many of his neighbors as possible. In response to the recent Christmas Eve water system outage, he’s been going door to door to sign residents up for the county’s Code Red emergency alert system.
Determined to create community connection: PCC leader shares success of BLAST! at regional conference
Resilience is the theme of the ongoing story that is Piedmont Community College’s (PCC)afterschool program BLAST!, Breakthrough Learning in Agriculture Science and Technology. This story was recently shared during North Carolina Campus Engagement’s annual Pathways to Achieving Civic Engageme…
By Hosanna Pennell, Caswell County Year of the Trail Coordinator/ Manager, Piedmont Triad Visitor Center
A special ceremony to “Honor All Vietnam Veterans,” the Veterans that made it home, and especially the ones that gave their all, will be held Wednesday, March 29, 6 p.m., at the Yanceyville Pavillon next to town square. Everyone is invited to attend and give your thanks and have a prayer for…
Martin Calvin Cox, Jr., 43, was recently convicted for a double homicide in Rockingham County. He pled guilty in Rockingham County Superior Court to two counts of First-Degree Murder and one count of Attempted First-Degree Murder for the deaths of Haneefa Fitzgerald and Kwandre Casey.
(StatePoint) Buying a home can be intimidating, whether this is your first time or you’ve been around the real estate block before. The good news? You don’t have to go it alone. If you’re looking for a trusted partner throughout the process, working with a housing counselor can help prepare …
(Culinary.net) You can almost feel spring in the air, and with the warmer weather comes delicious, delectable foods. From casseroles to fresh fruits and wholesome vegetables, a change of season offers something to look forward to for nearly every foodie.
(Family Features) Between the welcome warmth of the sun’s rays and a nearly universal desire to get outdoors, springtime is a beloved season for enjoying an al fresco meal. Add in fresh produce to heighten the flavors of family favorites and the table is set for a delicious picnic.
(Family Features) From picnics and family reunions to al fresco meals on the patio, flavor and freshness can make springtime dishes truly mouthwatering. As you plan your spring menu for time with loved ones, think outside the box with recipes that can feed a crowd.
(Family Features) One essential step in planning a home renovation is choosing the right materials. Natural and textured walls continue to be trendy choices, and many building pros and homeowners are gravitating toward stone siding to add comfort, character and beauty.
(Family Features) After a long winter cooped up indoors, spring is the perfect time to start re-imagining your home and making upgrades that create a fresh, welcoming vibe. These project ideas – some big, some small – can help breathe new life into your home so you’re ready to enjoy your fav…