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It's "simply, absolutely absurd" to accept a consultant's projections of new business that would result from expanding Raleigh's city-owned convention center. That's the assessment of a university professor who has studied convention centers across the country.
It's "simply, absolutely absurd" to accept a consultant's projections of new business that would result from expanding Raleigh's city-owned convention center. That's the assessment of a university professor who has studied convention centers across the country.
 
Vidant Health is offering free depression, anxiety, PTSD, and bipolar screenings across eastern North Carolina during events throughout October.
Vidant Health is offering free depression, anxiety, PTSD, and bipolar screenings across eastern North Carolina during events throughout October.
 
Former Lead Instructor of Social and Behavioral Sciences at Beaufort County Community College Tim Mattimoe returns to campus to read from his new book of poetry, Calligraphy on the Moon's Face.
Former Lead Instructor of Social and Behavioral Sciences at Beaufort County Community College Tim Mattimoe returns to campus to read from his new book of poetry, Calligraphy on the Moon's Face.
 
The North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources has ended a misleading advocacy campaign at the state's aquariums.
The North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources has ended a misleading advocacy campaign at the state's aquariums.
 
Please click on the link to access the agenda for the October 6, 2014 City Council meeting.
Please click on the link to access the agenda for the October 6, 2014 City Council meeting.
 
Mr. Joseph Michael "Mike" Burfield, age 69, a resident of 1518 Memory Lane, Chocowinity, NC died Monday September 29, 2014 at Autumnfield of Belhaven.
Mr. Joseph Michael "Mike" Burfield, age 69, a resident of 1518 Memory Lane, Chocowinity, NC died Monday September 29, 2014 at Autumnfield of Belhaven.
 
Governor Pat McCrory has announced his appointments to the newly formed Coal Ash Management Commission.
 
Fewer young men and women want to become teachers, according to a report from the UNC system. It is easy to see why enrollments in schools of education have decreased as much as 23 percent or more over the past five years.
Fewer young men and women want to become teachers, according to a report from the UNC system. It is easy to see why enrollments in schools of education have decreased as much as 23 percent or more over the past five years.
 
Not surprisingly, the new study Economic and Environmental Impacts of Oil and Gas Development Offshore the DelMarva, Carolinas and Georgia by Dr. Timothy J. Considine, the School of Energy Resources Distinguished Professor of Energy Economics at the University of Wyoming, finds that the benefits...
Not surprisingly, the new study Economic and Environmental Impacts of Oil and Gas Development Offshore the DelMarva, Carolinas and Georgia by Dr. Timothy J. Considine, the School of Energy Resources Distinguished Professor of Energy Economics at the University of Wyoming, finds that the benefits...
 
The 2009 so-called "stimulus" passed by the Congress was one of the biggest budget-busting, deficit-growing, big-government, cronyism-enabling scams to ever come out of our capital city.
The 2009 so-called "stimulus" passed by the Congress was one of the biggest budget-busting, deficit-growing, big-government, cronyism-enabling scams to ever come out of our capital city.
 
Find out where your county commissioner and state legislative candidates stand on education issues Tuesday, Sept. 30, 7 to 9 p.m. at the Washington High School auditorium sponsored by Beaufort County Community College and the Beaufort County Schools.
Find out where your county commissioner and state legislative candidates stand on education issues Tuesday, Sept. 30, 7 to 9 p.m. at the Washington High School auditorium sponsored by Beaufort County Community College and the Beaufort County Schools.
 
The County Commissioner or Sheriff races get more attention, and while those races are indeed important, the voters need to not sacrifice the opportunity to reform the office of the Clerk of Superior Court. Contrary to what the WDN would have you think that office is in great need of reform.
The County Commissioner or Sheriff races get more attention, and while those races are indeed important, the voters need to not sacrifice the opportunity to reform the office of the Clerk of Superior Court. Contrary to what the WDN would have you think that office is in great need of reform.
 
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