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The Economic Development Commission's By-Laws of July 3, 2001 require convening an annual meeting in March. At this meeting there is to be a formal presentation of an annual report. Was such a meeting held in 2011? Are these meeting not covered by the Open Meeting Laws?
The Economic Development Commission's By-Laws of July 3, 2001 require convening an annual meeting in March. At this meeting there is to be a formal presentation of an annual report. Was such a meeting held in 2011? Are these meeting not covered by the Open Meeting Laws?
 
As a result of the investigation, Investigator Wesley Waters applied for and obtained a warrant charging Denise McNair, age 52, of Clay Bottom School Road in Blounts Creek with one count of Sex Offender Use of a Social Website.
As a result of the investigation, Investigator Wesley Waters applied for and obtained a warrant charging Denise McNair, age 52, of Clay Bottom School Road in Blounts Creek with one count of Sex Offender Use of a Social Website.
 
Although Rick Santorum made the news headlines by winning the Alabama and Mississippi primaries, it was Mitt Romney who got a bit closer to the nomination in the count that really mattered - the number of delegates awarded in all four of Tuesday's contests.
Although Rick Santorum made the news headlines by winning the Alabama and Mississippi primaries, it was Mitt Romney who got a bit closer to the nomination in the count that really mattered - the number of delegates awarded in all four of Tuesday's contests.
 
On Saturday February 25th Washington High School hosted the Pam Pack Math Competition. The purpose of the competition was to provide students from Elementary, Middle, and High School an opportunity to challenge each other in their respective divisions.
On Saturday February 25th Washington High School hosted the Pam Pack Math Competition. The purpose of the competition was to provide students from Elementary, Middle, and High School an opportunity to challenge each other in their respective divisions.
 
Dr. Barbara Tansey, vice president of Academic and Student Services at Fayetteville Technical Community College, has been named as the new president of Beaufort County Community College.
Dr. Barbara Tansey, vice president of Academic and Student Services at Fayetteville Technical Community College, has been named as the new president of Beaufort County Community College.
 
But both North Carolinians found that they had run afoul of one of the most widespread yet least-discussed barriers to creating jobs and pursing one's dreams: occupational licensing.
But both North Carolinians found that they had run afoul of one of the most widespread yet least-discussed barriers to creating jobs and pursing one's dreams: occupational licensing.
 
Everyone from farmers to those receiving welfare has advocates and even lobbyists working for more and better payments with less regulation. Is it any wonder the nation is in bad shape?
Everyone from farmers to those receiving welfare has advocates and even lobbyists working for more and better payments with less regulation. Is it any wonder the nation is in bad shape?
 
Perdue, as had Democrat leaders in the Legislature, particularly Sen. President Pro Tem Marc Basnight (D-Beaufort), opposed natural gas drilling known as "fracking."
Perdue, as had Democrat leaders in the Legislature, particularly Sen. President Pro Tem Marc Basnight (D-Beaufort), opposed natural gas drilling known as "fracking."
 
Monday's (3-12-12) Beaufort County Board of Commissioners meeting was phenomenal. We'll report on it in a series of articles. There was way too much, both obvious and not so obvious, to report on to give it short shrift.
Monday's (3-12-12) Beaufort County Board of Commissioners meeting was phenomenal. We'll report on it in a series of articles. There was way too much, both obvious and not so obvious, to report on to give it short shrift.
 
State lawmakers questioned a N.C. Department of Health and Human Services official at a hearing Tuesday to determine why a Hoke County preschooler's homemade turkey sandwich was replaced with chicken nuggets.
State lawmakers questioned a N.C. Department of Health and Human Services official at a hearing Tuesday to determine why a Hoke County preschooler's homemade turkey sandwich was replaced with chicken nuggets.
 
Ruby Williams Alligood, 91, a resident of Washington, died Wednesday, March 14, 2012.
Ruby Williams Alligood, 91, a resident of Washington, died Wednesday, March 14, 2012.
 
Johnnie Holloway Sr., 68, a resident of Ridgewood Manor Nursing Home and formerly of Belhaven, died Saturday, March 10, 2012.
Johnnie Holloway Sr., 68, a resident of Ridgewood Manor Nursing Home and formerly of Belhaven, died Saturday, March 10, 2012.
 
Lena Bell Moore, a resident of 39 Joyner Circle, Washington, died Sunday, March 11, 2012, at Vidant Medical Center, Greenville.
Lena Bell Moore, a resident of 39 Joyner Circle, Washington, died Sunday, March 11, 2012, at Vidant Medical Center, Greenville.
 
Mrs. Beulah Ann Sawyer Young, 75, a resident of East Fourth Street, Washington, and Alexandria, Va., died Wednesday, March 14, 2012, at Vidant Beaufort Hospital.
Mrs. Beulah Ann Sawyer Young, 75, a resident of East Fourth Street, Washington, and Alexandria, Va., died Wednesday, March 14, 2012, at Vidant Beaufort Hospital.
 
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