Updated: 02/02/2010 - Learn more about Groundhog's Day by visiting resources around the Web.
Updated: 01/29/2010 - It's the city famous for its furry predictor of Spring time ... Punxsutawney, PA! Read more about the history of the area and why so many flock there for Groundhog's Day.
Posted: 01/29/2010 - Do you know when the first Groundhog's Day was celebrated? How about the average size of a groundhog? Check out some fun facts and frequently asked questions about the the holiday below.
Updated: 01/29/2010 - Groundhog Day is celebrated on February 2nd.
Updated: 02/16/2010 - Check out some other helpful links below, to help you get through tax season!
Updated: 02/01/2010 - A list of resources to help you get through tax season.
Updated: 02/16/2010 - Keeping good records now reduces stress at tax time.
Updated: 02/16/2010 - New law extends credit into 2010. Current owners now eligible.
Updated: 02/16/2010 - Taxpayers can get the most out of new recovery tax breaks and get a jump on preparing their 2009 federal income tax returns by consulting a newly revised comprehensive tax guide now available on IRS.gov.
Updated: 02/16/2010 - Individuals and businesses making contributions to charity should keep in mind several important tax law provisions that have taken effect in recent years. Read more about these changes, directly from the IRS, below.
Updated: 10/12/2010 - Online resources to learn more about our nation's veterans and Veterans Day.
Updated: 10/12/2010 - Did you know that most Americans confuse Veterans Day with Memorial Day? Both holidays celebrate our veterans' service, but with one significant difference. Learn the history of Veterans Day.
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Updated: 05/11/2011 - Standards of respect as outlined in The Flag Code.
Updated: 10/12/2010 - Did you know Veterans Day originated as “Armistice Day” on Nov. 11th, 1919? Did you know there were 23.6 million veterans in the United States in 2007? Read on to learn more facts about veterans and Veterans Day.
Updated: 09/08/2010 - The War on Terrorism, also known as the Global War on Terror, has been used in reference since the September 11, 2001 attacks. Learn more about various terrorist methods, as well as the Homeland Security System.
Updated: 09/10/2009 - Below is a list of descriptions and links for 9-11 memorials. Please take time to visit them and remember the fallen heroes of that tragic day.
Updated: 08/26/2009 - Edward Moore Kennedy was born in Brookline, Massachusetts, on February 22nd, 1932. He was the fourth son and last of nine children of Joseph P. (1888–1969) and Rose Fitzgerald (1890–1995) Kennedy.
Posted: 08/26/2009 - As news sources learned of the passing of Senator Kennedy, tributes via video began. Watch various clips provided by Voxant Newsroom, highlighting the life and times of the 'Lion of the Senate'.
Updated: 08/26/2009 - Three Generations
Updated: 08/26/2009 - Senator Kennedy authored more than 2500 bills during his time in the Senate. Several hundred have become Public Law, providing a significant change in the quality of life for the American people.
Updated: 08/26/2009 - He was a leader and pioneer in the United States Senate, and often called the 'Lion of the Senate'.
Updated: 10/13/2010 - Track gas prices in Eastern North Carolina.