April 15--As Tuesday's income-tax deadline looms, experts have a word of caution for procrastinators: Filing your return at the last minute can be hazardous to your financial health.
April 08--Guilford County Schools' oldest volunteer, 97-year-old Thurman Haynes, has won the national Salute to Senior Service contest, sponsored by Home Instead.
April 08--A life-size bronze statue of Thomas Jefferson sits at the visual heart of the new National Constitution Center exhibition exploring slavery and the eloquent advocate of "life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness."
April 08--With Henry Aaron sitting on 714 career home runs as the Braves prepared to play the Dodgers on April 8, 1974, Atlanta leadoff hitter Ralph Garr badly wanted to be on base when Aaron broke Babe Ruth's record.
April 07--WARRENSBURG -- Retired U.S. Air Force Maj. Rest, who grew up in Chicago, said he learned to play piano from a church organist who worked as the Chicago Symphony Orchestra's back-up organist.
April 06--History will be kind to former President George H.W. Bush.