Saturday, October 18, 2008
Tillery is named after the Tillery family that settled here prior to 1790. In 1935, a New Deal Project called the Tillery Resettlement Community, later Roanoke Farms, was initiated nearby. This program offered African-American families to farm and purchase land.
Along North Church Street (US 70) in Burlington since 1947, Skid's Drive-In is one of the few remaining car hop drive-in restaurants (...
The third and final cable river ferry in North Carolina crosses the Meherrin River not that far from the Virginia State Line. Parker'...
On a rare short stretch of dirt road in Eastern Wake County sits the former Oaky Grove Methodist Church. While Raleigh's growth move...