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Gov. Pat McCrory and his top transportation lieutenant on Thursday outlined new highway construction projects designed to ease bottlenecks and facilitate the flow of traffic.
Gov. Pat McCrory and his top transportation lieutenant on Thursday outlined new highway construction projects designed to ease bottlenecks and facilitate the flow of traffic.
 
At the end of October, the Department of Education released its much-awaited "gainful employment" rule.
 
Question: What do you get when you hold your nose while voting? Answer: Pretty much the same damn thing you would have gotten from the guys and gals you voted against.
Question: What do you get when you hold your nose while voting? Answer: Pretty much the same damn thing you would have gotten from the guys and gals you voted against.
 
Mrs. Ethel Lee Spell Butler, 74, resident of 101 Pontiac Dr., Washington, died Saturday, November. 29, 2014.
Mrs. Ethel Lee Spell Butler, 74, resident of 101 Pontiac Dr., Washington, died Saturday, November. 29, 2014.
 
Author Amity Shlaes had heartening words for conservatives when she spoke at a Civitas event this fall.
Author Amity Shlaes had heartening words for conservatives when she spoke at a Civitas event this fall.
 
Uptown Greenville is thrilled to announce that four tower clocks will be mounted on the new parking deck at 4th and Cotanche thanks to a generous grant from the West Memorial Fund established in memory of Eugene and Vivian West.
Uptown Greenville is thrilled to announce that four tower clocks will be mounted on the new parking deck at 4th and Cotanche thanks to a generous grant from the West Memorial Fund established in memory of Eugene and Vivian West.
 
The Annual Report on Teachers Leaving the Profession is here!
 
Governor Pat McCrory and First Lady Ann McCrory will adorn the Executive Mansion in Christmas lights now until the 12th day of Christmas, beginning at 4:30 p.m. each evening.
Governor Pat McCrory and First Lady Ann McCrory will adorn the Executive Mansion in Christmas lights now until the 12th day of Christmas, beginning at 4:30 p.m. each evening.
 
A community service learning center providing expert dental care to patients in and around Robeson County will soon open its doors - the fifth of its kind to open statewide - following a ribbon cutting ceremony Dec. 2.
A community service learning center providing expert dental care to patients in and around Robeson County will soon open its doors - the fifth of its kind to open statewide - following a ribbon cutting ceremony Dec. 2.
 
Frustrated by their lack of authority to police upstart businesses in the "sharing economy" - a marketplace relying on direct negotiations between providers and consumers - some North Carolina municipalities are asking the General Assembly for permission to regulate businesses such as Uber...
Frustrated by their lack of authority to police upstart businesses in the "sharing economy" - a marketplace relying on direct negotiations between providers and consumers - some North Carolina municipalities are asking the General Assembly for permission to regulate businesses such as Uber...
 
Governor Pat McCrory was on the campus of UNC-Chapel Hill today to celebrate the largest financial commitment from an individual in the university's history. Class of 1972 alumnus Fred Eshelman has made a $100 million donation to the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy. The governor joined Chancellor...
Governor Pat McCrory was on the campus of UNC-Chapel Hill today to celebrate the largest financial commitment from an individual in the university's history. Class of 1972 alumnus Fred Eshelman has made a $100 million donation to the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy. The governor joined Chancellor...
 
The public-private partnership is not working. She was wanting to have a special session on all of these incentives and handouts that none of us were thrilled with.
The public-private partnership is not working. She was wanting to have a special session on all of these incentives and handouts that none of us were thrilled with.
 
Beaufort County Community College graduate Michael R. Cobb recently participated in research that may have discovered the site of the long-sought-after Lost Colony.
Beaufort County Community College graduate Michael R. Cobb recently participated in research that may have discovered the site of the long-sought-after Lost Colony.
 
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