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Officials with Vidant Health and Vidant Medical Center cut the ribbon today on the new children's emergency department.
Officials with Vidant Health and Vidant Medical Center cut the ribbon today on the new children's emergency department.
 
In 2009, the NC General Assembly passed S.L. 2009-464, also known as the Racial Justice Act. The law provided that in capital cases defendants could use statistical evidence to prove racial bias in their case.
In 2009, the NC General Assembly passed S.L. 2009-464, also known as the Racial Justice Act. The law provided that in capital cases defendants could use statistical evidence to prove racial bias in their case.
 
Hezekiah Alexander's role in the Revolution is a good example. His home, built in 1774, ought to be a colorful Carolina shrine to the birth of political liberty in America, rather than a setting for the tedious or trivial, as many believe the museum has become.
Hezekiah Alexander's role in the Revolution is a good example. His home, built in 1774, ought to be a colorful Carolina shrine to the birth of political liberty in America, rather than a setting for the tedious or trivial, as many believe the museum has become.
 
Investigator Scott Williams applied for and obtained a warrant charging Lacey Wayland Rowe, age 45, of Old New Bern Road in Chocowinity with Felony Larceny, and Obtaining Property by False Pretense.
Investigator Scott Williams applied for and obtained a warrant charging Lacey Wayland Rowe, age 45, of Old New Bern Road in Chocowinity with Felony Larceny, and Obtaining Property by False Pretense.
 
Mr. Jerry Leath “Jake” Mills, 74, of Washington, passed away suddenly July 22, 2012.
Mr. Jerry Leath “Jake” Mills, 74, of Washington, passed away suddenly July 22, 2012.
 
Mrs. Edrie "Sissy" Sawyer Shaw, age 98, a resident of 1624 Highland Drive, Washington, NC died Monday, July 23, 2012 at Vidant Beaufort Hospital in Washington, NC.
Mrs. Edrie "Sissy" Sawyer Shaw, age 98, a resident of 1624 Highland Drive, Washington, NC died Monday, July 23, 2012 at Vidant Beaufort Hospital in Washington, NC.
 
There is no justification for creating sanctuary cities under the guise of protecting immigrant rights because illegal immigrants are not immigrants -- immigrants come to the US legally, and maintain their legal presence.
There is no justification for creating sanctuary cities under the guise of protecting immigrant rights because illegal immigrants are not immigrants -- immigrants come to the US legally, and maintain their legal presence.
 
In spite of recent statements by gubernatorial candidates Walter Dalton and Pat McCrory opposing the North Carolina International Terminal, Toby Bronstein, a spokeswoman for Save the Cape, fears the proposed megaport may not be dead.
In spite of recent statements by gubernatorial candidates Walter Dalton and Pat McCrory opposing the North Carolina International Terminal, Toby Bronstein, a spokeswoman for Save the Cape, fears the proposed megaport may not be dead.
 
One important part of the session was decided not at the General Assembly, but at polling places across the state.
One important part of the session was decided not at the General Assembly, but at polling places across the state.
 
As a graduate of BCCC, Smith enjoys telling these graduates how valuable the education he received at the college has been in his life. And as the new chairman of BCCC's Board of Trustees, he hopes to bring a new appreciation of that value to the community.
As a graduate of BCCC, Smith enjoys telling these graduates how valuable the education he received at the college has been in his life. And as the new chairman of BCCC's Board of Trustees, he hopes to bring a new appreciation of that value to the community.
 
No matter how hard we try there is nothing we can do to avert the naturally occurring storms in life.
No matter how hard we try there is nothing we can do to avert the naturally occurring storms in life.
 
North Carolina could promote economic growth and wealth creation by replacing its existing personal income tax with a flat-rate consumed income tax.
North Carolina could promote economic growth and wealth creation by replacing its existing personal income tax with a flat-rate consumed income tax.
 
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