There’s one holiday tradition in Belhaven, NC that you definitely don’t want to miss.Read more
The Blind Center in Washington, NC is the only center of its kind in Eastern North Carolina. One of the great things about the center is the fact that items that are created end up in a gift shoppe. All the proceeds go right back to helping the center.Read more
Eastern North Carolina is known for having great seafood. But there’s one place in Washington, NC that truly offers anything your seafood loving heart desires.Read more
It’s another busy morning along John Small Ave. in Washington, NC. It’s even busier inside Mom’s Grill, and there’s one woman at the center of all the hustle and bustle.Read more
Arguably the best part of the Aurora Fossil Museum in Aurora, NC is the fossil pile, where you can dig in the dirt and get the chance to take home your own fossil.Read more
River cruises aren’t uncommon in Washington, NC, but during the month of December, they go out on a special mission: hunting mistletoe.Read more
North Carolina’s first incorporated town and first port is full of stories to tell.
Legend has it that Blackbeard made his home in Bath, NC for a time.Read more
Goose Creek State Park sits quietly along the Pamlico River just a few miles east of Washington, NC.
But this now serene landscape has an interesting past.Read more
Ask around and many will tell you the one place you need to stop when you’re in Washington, NC is Bill’s Hot Dogs.
Bill Jackson started the humble hot dog shop back in 1928. It’s been at its current spot on Gladden Street since 1935.Read more