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I will take this 1912 eight grade test someday but not now.
What takes an internet publication form a local communication portal - just so one might cry out a few salient ideals - to that community's dominant player, to a regional juggernaut?
North Carolina has no environmental rules for shutting down solar projects safely, state officials say, and may lack sufficient facilities to dispose of the glass, steel, industrial lubricants, and toxic elements after solar panels in the state's expanding solar industry reach the end of their usefu
The newly-elected chair and vice chair hosted a Town Hall event last night in Beaufort County to address voters' questions, concerns, and criticisms.
On July 28, 2015 at approximately 8:45 a.m, the Beaufort County Sheriff's Office received a report of a fire at an abandoned residence on Edwards Road in Chocowinity. Firefighters with Chocowinity and Blounts Creek Volunteer Fire Departments responded to the scene. Firefighters requested a Deputy...
I am from Georgia and knew Jimmy Carter when he was Governor. He changed little upon moving to become President of this great nation.
If you keep asking questions, you may never stop the wreck
We will offer this allotment of three with more to come; some old, most new, but all quite informative, and, moreover, necessary to understanding that in North Carolina, there is a wiser path to govern ourselves and our People.
"Enrique's Journey," the true story of a Honduran boy's journey to find his mother, has been selected as the 2015 Pirate Read at East Carolina University.
In North Carolina, the federal government owns 1.7 million acres, or 7.7 percent of the state. Federal land is found in nearly half of the state's counties, yet the majority of the federally owned land is concentrated in the western part of the state
In 2001, the voters in Mississippi decided the keep the stars and bars on their flag.
Viral hepatitis affects as many as 400 million people worldwide - contributing to nearly 4,000 deaths each day. In North Carolina, an estimated 160,000 people are infected with hepatitis C and most are unaware of their infection.
The American Association of Critical-Care Nurses (AACN), Aliso Viejo, Calif., recently conferred a gold-level Beacon Award for Excellence on the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) at James and Connie Maynard Children's Hospital at Vidant Medical Center in Greenville.
Well, all of you folks who held your nose in the 2014 US Senate race — look at what you got.
"We've got a loaded docket, so let's go ahead and get started," Senator Louis Pate, Co-Chairman of the Senate Health Care Committee, said to a crowded room
No one can deny that the United States has got more than its share of problems now, with a serious debate at its core... The proper role and the scope of government.
Husband takes the wife to a disco.
Final revenue figures for the fiscal year ending on June 30 reveal that North Carolina has a $445 million revenue surplus.
On May 12, 2015, the Beaufort County Sheriff's Office received a complaint of a Fraud at a residence on Bonner Circle. The Sheriff's Office began an investigation by interviewing the victim and collecting evidence.
Public Schools of Robeson County misspent $3.16 million of Medicaid-related money intended to provide education and medical services for disabled children from 2011-13, and that could signal an $18 million annual problem statewide, according to a state audit.
This is the eleventh of a new series of images from across North Carolina from my travels, and from the long intervals that I have spent with my camera making a record of where I have been.
Each year, dozens of students at Beaufort County Community College benefit from scholarships offered by the BCCC Foundation, but it does much more.
In 2000, the Supreme Court ruled in Board of Regents v. Southworth that using mandatory student fees to fund student organizations and speakers does not violate the First Amendment rights of those who disagree with the content.
A recent article by Bobby Tony about his grandson brought to mind the difference in granddaughters and grandsons.
Governor Pat McCrory says he is opposed to sanctuary cities and there is no place for them in North Carolina
It’s just a joke, not a deep political analysis, I did not even make this up, I stole it
We will offer this allotment of three with more to come; some old, most new, but all quite informative, and, moreover, necessary to understanding that in North Carolina, there is a wiser path to govern ourselves and our People.
This month, Roy Cooper announced he would not defend the redistricting law passed by the General Assembly, but forgot to remind everyone how he voted for similar legislation when he served in the General Assembly.
Mainstream media accounts missed the mark when treating recent Wake County school board campaigns as fights pitting supporters of diversity against supporters of neighborhood schools, or longtime residents versus newcomers from out of state, or north Raleigh and western Wake County residents against
There are poems about The Children’s Hour and thousands of sundown photos.
Governor Pat McCrory announced today that Tony Tata has resigned as Secretary of the North Carolina Department of Transportation (DOT) to focus on personal and family matters in addition to pursuing his passion as an author.
When seventh-grade science teacher and East Carolina University alumnus Tim Hardison learned his fellow Martin County residents had the shortest life expectancy in the state, he wanted to know why. So he dug a little deeper and discovered his rural, economically challenged county also had...
Two weeks into the hearing over North Carolina’s 2013 election laws, we have reached some conclusions.
I have my fingerprints on file with the federal, state and local authorities mainly due to a disagreement with the draft board in 1967
Asa Bryant "A.B." Rouse, age 84, a resident of Washington, NC passed away on July 28, 2015 at his home.
Mrs. Lois Jean Manseau Walls, age 76, a resident of 5851 Rivercreek Drive, Washington, NC died July 27, 2015 at her home.
Two of the co-founders of Cary-based software company SAS Institute Inc. - James H. Goodnight and John P. Sall - appear to have collected tax credits totaling more than $3 million from the state's renewable energy program even as their company is pushing state political leaders to maintain tax subsi
This is the thirteenth of a less new series of images from across North Carolina from my travels, and from the long intervals that I have spent with my camera making a record of where I have been.
After a digilent search throught his files, Bobby Tony finds a few rebels in the tree.
The Office of Governor Pat McCrory announced the following appointments today
There was absolutely nothing surprising about the North Carolina Supreme Court's 4-3 decision to uphold the constitutionality of the state's new Opportunity Scholarship program. The outcome was welcome. The lack of surprise was disappointing.
One issue that gets North Carolinian blood boiling is the former Center for Work, Poverty, and Opportunity at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's law school. To conservatives it is a symbol of the left's abuse of its dominance of academia, in which a Democratic politician...
Seven students at Beaufort County Community College have earned the Core Curriculum Credential from the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) as part of a new program made possible by a grant from the Duke Energy Community Foundation.
Small changes can cause big effects. The Butterfly effect says wind from her wings can cause a hurricane.
Inquiring minds want to know who that guy thinks he is.
The state Senate's recent vote to move North Carolina's presidential preference primary to March 15, 2016, means the state won't be one of the early-tier decision-makers
Eleven-year-old Ross Pennington came to East Carolina University with no experience but was playing the guitar by the end of his first class at the annual summer Guitar Festival and Workshop.
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