Wednesday, April 30th, 2014 Archives | Beaufort County Now | Browse our Archived Results for Wednesday, April 30th, 2014

Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

Archived Results for Wednesday, April 30th, 2014

[ 2014 ][ Jan ][ Feb ][ Mar ][ Apr ][ May ][ Jun ][ Jul ][ Aug ][ Sep ][ Oct ][ Nov ][ Dec ]

Customers concerned with getting the most value for their money are looking more critically at service than anything else in a restaurant. As a result, service continues to be one of the main complaints of diners.
Customers concerned with getting the most value for their money are looking more critically at service than anything else in a restaurant. As a result, service continues to be one of the main complaints of diners.
 
While crafting the state budget last year, the North Carolina General Assembly applied the latest empirical research to the question of how best to improve teacher quality. In response, lawmakers have been roundly excoriated by the usual suspects ó which only served to demonstrate that the...
While crafting the state budget last year, the North Carolina General Assembly applied the latest empirical research to the question of how best to improve teacher quality. In response, lawmakers have been roundly excoriated by the usual suspects ó which only served to demonstrate that the...
 
The North Carolina Division of Public Health has released its annual report describing healthcare-associated infections (HAIs) in North Carolina hospitals.
The North Carolina Division of Public Health has released its annual report describing healthcare-associated infections (HAIs) in North Carolina hospitals.
 
Congressman Walter Jones takes action and relates it to his constituents through these press releases.
Congressman Walter Jones takes action and relates it to his constituents through these press releases.
 
Is County Commissioner Candidate Don Cox truly this large of a Hypocrite? That answer is proved to be a resounding yes.
 
Governor Pat McCrory and North Carolina Commerce Secretary Sharon Decker announced today that Red Ventures will expand its operations in Mecklenburg County. The rapidly-growing technology and marketing company plans to create 580 new jobs in North Carolina over the next five years and invest more th
Governor Pat McCrory and North Carolina Commerce Secretary Sharon Decker announced today that Red Ventures will expand its operations in Mecklenburg County. The rapidly-growing technology and marketing company plans to create 580 new jobs in North Carolina over the next five years and invest more th
 
State Sen. Gladys Robinson is facing her stiffest election test to date in the May 6 Democratic primary for District 28 as she squares off against former Guilford County Commissioner Skip Alston.
State Sen. Gladys Robinson is facing her stiffest election test to date in the May 6 Democratic primary for District 28 as she squares off against former Guilford County Commissioner Skip Alston.
 
Today, Lieutenant Governor Dan Forest, responding to legislative action to replace Common Core State Standards in North Carolina, issued the following statement
Today, Lieutenant Governor Dan Forest, responding to legislative action to replace Common Core State Standards in North Carolina, issued the following statement
 
A one-of-a-kind art show at East Carolina University demonstrated how middle school students with learning differences used art to learn about their strengths and express their individuality.
A one-of-a-kind art show at East Carolina University demonstrated how middle school students with learning differences used art to learn about their strengths and express their individuality.
 
I would like everyone to think about what our First Responders have been through in the last 96 hours.
I would like everyone to think about what our First Responders have been through in the last 96 hours.
 
The past quarter-century of academic scholarship suggests state and local officials can promote economic growth by keeping overall tax and regulatory burdens as low as possible, investing effectively in public safety and the courts, and increasing productivity of spending on infrastructure and educa
The past quarter-century of academic scholarship suggests state and local officials can promote economic growth by keeping overall tax and regulatory burdens as low as possible, investing effectively in public safety and the courts, and increasing productivity of spending on infrastructure and educa
 
Governor Pat McCrory toured Eastern North Carolina today to inspect damage caused by Friday's severe weather in Beaufort, Perquimans & Chowan counties. The governor also expressed his sorrow after an 11-month-old boy died Sunday morning from injuries he sustained Friday when a tornado touched down.
Governor Pat McCrory toured Eastern North Carolina today to inspect damage caused by Friday's severe weather in Beaufort, Perquimans & Chowan counties. The governor also expressed his sorrow after an 11-month-old boy died Sunday morning from injuries he sustained Friday when a tornado touched down.
 
Older     

HbAD0

 
Back to Top