Tip for COVID-19. Please remember to wash your hands often, do not touch your face, social distance and when in public wear a face covering. Stay safe and be well. A spokesperson from the Clorox company said their wipes can be used to disinfect non-porous plastic packaging. Do not allow the …
As we stay home during the pandemic I’ve realized I need people. I need hugs. I crave conversation. I need to meet up with friends over a glass of wine at a packed bar. I need to sit at a crowded restaurant with friends breaking bread together. I need to be social. And you may be realizing, …
Restrictions on public gatherings to help prevent the spread of coronavirus have canceled Memorial Day celebrations across the country, but in Pitt County at least one holiday tradition has not been forgotten during the pandemic.
Two Pitt County seniors have been selected for the 25th class of Park Scholars at North Carolina State University.
The coronavirus pandemic has taught me a lot of lessons — from being more diligent about washing my hands to putting a little distance between myself and other people when I’m out in the world.
“And he can take a punch.”
The Daily Reflector
I grew up in a family of cookers and bakers and was taught at an early age how to cook and bake items such as cakes and cookies, how to braise meats, cook pasta, casseroles and how to create easy sauces and dressings. I was taught that if you added a little bit of this with a sprinkle of tha…
As if flats and sharps weren’t treble enough, Raychl Smith has been making music during mayhem. She has had the singular pleasure of teaching future music teachers against a cacophony of social distancing and physical isolation.
I was starved for live worship!
The coronavirus pandemic has set off a global gardening boom.
When we look back at the unfortunate word choices associated with this pandemic, “nonessential” might rank among the cruelest. If the bills paid by the business are yours, there is no “non.”
While fighting the coronavirus, medical professionals have offered a strategy now seen everywhere in America, Europe and other developed areas.
Now that it has warmed up a bit, I have been thinking of doing some more aquatic botany. A kayak or canoe is good for studying plants growing in lakes and creeks, but sometimes you just cannot beat putting on some old tennis shoes and wading into an oozy-bottomed pond, the water maybe way up…
In the spring, Chapel Hill blooms. Flowers by the old well, trees on the quad, new friendships. Campus swells with hopeful young people learning about the school, waiting for their shot to apply. Students start to hear back from summer internships, and full time jobs. March always brings bas…
As the meat supply chain falters, perhaps new items, such as locust barbecue, will spring up on summer grills. A recipe on the UN Food and Agriculture Organization website calls for skewering locusts like chunks of chicken and grilling until golden brown. The UN has taken an interest in eati…
Note: This is the latest in a series of conversations with local musicians.
During my morning commute on Wednesday — the first since we started phasing in the college reopening — my little pickup was pulling to the left. I thought it might be low tire pressure from sitting in the garage for so long.
When the COVID-19 pandemic started, hospitals in North Carolina postponed many procedures to create capacity for a potential surge in patients. This was in line with decisions made by the state and helped systems like Vidant Health adequately prepare for the pandemic and implement safety mea…
Dear Readers. My longtime colleague Alice Henneman from Nebraska has a blog for these COVID-19 times. It has lots of great basic foods, food safety information and affordable recipes at htps://bit.ly/BasicKitchenFoods. Please wash your hands often, wear a face covering in public, social dist…
Each year the month of May is recognized as Mental Health Awareness Month. During the next four weeks, Pitt Partners for Health will provide information that will help Pitt County citizens better understand mental wellness and illness.
GRIFTON — Helping the needy has become increasingly important — and increasingly challenging — since the onset of COVID-19, according to two area nonprofits.
The Piano Man meets Warren Zevon. Not the Zevon that gets fans howling at N.C. State games with the song that was so frequently requested that Zevon got sick of it, “Werewolves of London.”
Are you tired of hearing about Chapel Hill? Have you heard enough to last a lifetime? Has the multipart ESPN series about Michael Jordan, “The Last Dance,” been the last straw?
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