Cold case: What happened to Raleigh’s bust of Abe Lincoln?
For about 130 years, a bust of Abraham Lincoln that was given to the African-American residents of Raleigh in 1865 was a fixture in St. Paul A.M.E. Church downtown. Two decades ago, it disappeared.
Two Canton women accused of trying to kill elderly woman with drug overdose
CANTON: Two Stark County women are accused of trying to murder an elderly woman through a drug overdose.
How an Orange County NFL player’s heart saved Angels Hall of Famer Rod Carew’s life
Former Stanford tight end Konrad Reuland died of a brain aneurysm, and his organs saved the life baseball’s seven-time batting champ
Wisconsin mill that exploded had been reprimanded on safety
MADISON (AP) -- A Wisconsin corn mill that exploded late Wednesday night was reprimanded by federal safety inspectors six years ago for not taking precautions against dust explosions, which are a major hazard in handling grain, records show.The blast at th
How is Coach K's health?
Duke basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski has some fun when News & Observer photojournalist Chuck Liddy asks him about his health.
Helfand on The Next Stage
Design Observer's Jessica Helfand reflects on piloting The Next Stage at Continuum in Boston.
Washington may reach 15,000 H-2A workers this year
OLYMPIA — Farms and orchards will bring as many as 15,000 H-2A-visa foreign farmworkers to Washington this year, the head of the WAFLA farm labor association predicts.Of that, WAFLA expects to bring in about 12,000, and the remainder will come through other agencies, WAFLA director Dan F
Thank You Note Etiquette: How to be Wonderfully Gracious on Paper
My, what lovely loot. Now that the wrapping paper has been cleared, it’s time to thank everyone who wrote your name on a gift tag. Here are our etiquette tips on how to craft the perfect Thank You …
How to avoid mislabeling of packaged foods
How to avoid mislabeling of packaged foods By Gary Kestenbaum in Food Safety on May 01, 2017 Ensure that you have the proper process and personnel in place to prevent a mislabeling crisis Food packaging safety expert Gary Kestenbaum offers advice on identification process objectives, defects, review and suggestions for process improvement related to product labeling and identification failures for food products. Is your company aware and prepared Misidentification, a critical process category in the food information supply chain, represents a huge, ongoing, unnecessary and eminently correctable calamity in the food industry. Misidentification includes defect types such as mislabeling, erroneous or missing copy, intermingling of materials, graphic design/printing errors, program entry errors and related defects. Allowing…
Swezey's Way-Ahead 2018 Rankings
(Inside Lacrosse Photo: Dave Anderson) Christian Swezey has led the charge on the Way-Ahead Rankings, publishing for IL for nearly a