Despite the cloudy skies, more than 3,000 people – some with children and some with dogs – stood in a line that wrapped around the parking lot early Thursday morning to get a glimpse at the inside of North Carolina’s first Cabela’s outdoors megastore.
T.G. Rich had a dream to put on a beach music festival where everybody would hang out, drink a beer and listen to good tunes. The 17th annual Triangle Music Beach Festival will take place at Bryan Farms April 25.
It’s possible no one ever enjoyed writing a story about high school sports more than Tim Stevens. And not just writing it. Being a storyteller. Stevens, 62, will retire in June after nearly 50 years of writing, the past 25 as preps editor of The News & Observer.
The Wildcats scored three runs in the top of the seventh inning, executing bunts at the right time and taking advantage of a couple of Comet fielding errors to get the victory and move to 6-1 in the league, tied with Garner.
Facing a persistent rain and slick field conditions, the East Wake and Garner girls soccer teams squared off Wednesday night both knowing that whomever persevered best despite the conditions would have the upper hand.
News & Observer high school sports editor Tim Stevens and the N&O’s community sports editors will talk about high school sports issues each week. This week, the editors discuss whether high school baseball and softball needs a pitch count.
The public will have its first chance this week to comment officially on a Wake County school budget proposal that includes a request for $48.3 million more in local funding. Here are some questions and answers about the budget proposal.
The 1991 film “Double Impact” came out well before Wake Christian junior Brandon Stephens was born, but the title perfectly describes the role he played during the Bulldogs’ 3-1 win over Ravenscroft in Friday’s conclusion of a three-game Triangle Independent Schools Athletic Conference series.