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Washington Police detectives have arrested Ronald Wayne Hogge, age 43 of Redman Avenue, Greenville, on multiple charges related to breaking into coin operated machines.
Washington Police detectives have arrested Ronald Wayne Hogge, age 43 of Redman Avenue, Greenville, on multiple charges related to breaking into coin operated machines.
 
Pat McCrory and North Carolina Commerce Secretary Sharon Decker announced today that AW North Carolina, a manufacturer of automatic transmissions and transmission components, will expand production at its manufacturing facility in Durham County adding 56 new jobs.
Pat McCrory and North Carolina Commerce Secretary Sharon Decker announced today that AW North Carolina, a manufacturer of automatic transmissions and transmission components, will expand production at its manufacturing facility in Durham County adding 56 new jobs.
 
Football is getting quite a few headlines lately. The mainstream media is aghast at the idea that people can *gasp* get seriously hurt playing this game. Guys who play the game are *gasp* -- sometimes not very nice to each other.
Football is getting quite a few headlines lately. The mainstream media is aghast at the idea that people can *gasp* get seriously hurt playing this game. Guys who play the game are *gasp* -- sometimes not very nice to each other.
 
The first group of new hires at idX Impressions in Washington has completed classes through a customized training program under the direction of Beaufort County Community College.
The first group of new hires at idX Impressions in Washington has completed classes through a customized training program under the direction of Beaufort County Community College.
 
A defamation lawsuit filed by four Raleigh attorneys against Attorney General Roy Cooper and his 2000 campaign committee finally may go to trial in December. The plaintiffs allege that Cooper and his committee ran a political ad that was defamatory and constituted an unfair and deceptive trade...
A defamation lawsuit filed by four Raleigh attorneys against Attorney General Roy Cooper and his 2000 campaign committee finally may go to trial in December. The plaintiffs allege that Cooper and his committee ran a political ad that was defamatory and constituted an unfair and deceptive trade...
 
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