Alice Stallcup spent 18 years working for the Cincinnati Police Department, the first six as a patrol officer, the last 12 as a forensic video analyst for the homicide division.
Chocolate drizzled over scrumptious cake made with fresh local strawberries, and banana pudding full of wafers and sliced bananas are just a sampling some of Wanda Midgette Beasley’s delicious desserts.
Much like seeds growing in the greenhouse at Perquimans County Middle School, Kelly Russell thinks of her students as continually growing and excelling, both in her classes and through their involvement in Future Farmers of America.
For the past three years, Russell has taught biotechnology and…
Wearing an apron bearing the words “Art Diva,” Tracy Whichard watches as children in her art class paint unicorns and dragons in colorful, bright hues.
Marianne Smith Vargas hopes plenty of area residents decide to Dine Out to Help Out on Tuesday.
With their creative colors and designs, Jenny Selph’s jewelry reflects both her artistry and feel for the latest trends.
Whether it’s technology-led nature walks or sessions on the science of sailing, Duffy Danish is hoping the summer camp activities for children she’s planning at Port Discover next month will be both fun and engaging.
As the children’s specialist at Camden County Library, Rachel Bryant is helping kids discover a love for reading.
For much of his youth, Mark Arnold used to travel the country competing in BMX racing events.
As the new agricultural agent for N.C. Cooperative Extension in Currituck County, Adam Formella strives to help people find answers to questions on a range of agricultural topics.