Smack You in the Heart Kind of Love by Mary Wroblewski
Of the many birthdays our family celebrates in the very short month of February, I would like to highlight one milestone birthday. Our precious baby girl, Wendy Catherine will be fifty! Wherever did the time go? It seems like only a blink when she was pushing her six-pound nine-ounce self into this world and changed our lives forever. We thought we knew love before she was born; love for our parents, siblings, grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins, friends, our love for each
Our Habitat: By Mathew Whittle
Picture caption: Tom Saunders and fiancé Caroline Reid hold his new keys after he closed on his home in November. At his home dedication, one thing that Tom said stood out to him about his new home was how much he loved his floors. Here we are, about to start a new year, and I bet you can’t guess what I want to talk about. That’s right, thankfulness! Call this a Thanksgiving throwback column, but there’s something that’s been on my mind for the last month or so that I wanted
Visit Goldsboro Launches Tourism Assistance Program for Spring 2022
Visit Goldsboro, the travel and tourism department for the City of Goldsboro and Wayne County, has launched its bi-annual Tourism Assistance Program for Spring 2022. The purpose of the program is to assist organizations in the development of tourism in Goldsboro and Wayne County, and to supplement the efforts of the Wayne County Tourism Development Authority (WCTDA) and the Goldsboro Tourism Council (GTC) to increase visitation, expenditures, and overnight stays in the area.
The Christmas Promise: By Mary Wroblewski
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas? Hallmark Christmas movies are in full swing in case you didn’t see enough in July, and I suppose those shopping for “that perfect gift” are stressed to the max as only the chaos of a Pandemic, supply chain issues, and historic inflation can evoke. But, is that the way it has to be? How about we all stop stressing the supply chain, high prices, and pandemic restrictions? If you can’t locate or afford what makes your “Christmas Tra