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Mary Elizabeth Jones Sheppard, a resident of Washington, NC, passed away on Tuesday, April 21, 2015 at Vidant Inpatient Hospice in Greenville, NC.
Mary Elizabeth Jones Sheppard, a resident of Washington, NC, passed away on Tuesday, April 21, 2015 at Vidant Inpatient Hospice in Greenville, NC.
 
Mr. James Talmadge "Jimmy" Burbage, age 77, a resident of 665 Burbage Road, Bath, NC died Monday April 20, 2015 at the NC State Veterans Home of Kinston.
Mr. James Talmadge "Jimmy" Burbage, age 77, a resident of 665 Burbage Road, Bath, NC died Monday April 20, 2015 at the NC State Veterans Home of Kinston.
 
Mrs. Lizzie "Bunny" Cayton Rowe passed away peacefully at home on Sunday, April 19, 2015 at the age of 80.
Mrs. Lizzie "Bunny" Cayton Rowe passed away peacefully at home on Sunday, April 19, 2015 at the age of 80.
 
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) admitted it erred in granting deferred deportation to Emmanuel Jesus Rangel-Hernandez, a known gang member who is now charged with four counts of 1st degree murder in North Carolina.
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) admitted it erred in granting deferred deportation to Emmanuel Jesus Rangel-Hernandez, a known gang member who is now charged with four counts of 1st degree murder in North Carolina.
 
The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services' Division of Public Health (DPH) recommends taking precautions to protect against tick and mosquito bites as summer weather approaches.
The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services' Division of Public Health (DPH) recommends taking precautions to protect against tick and mosquito bites as summer weather approaches.
 
The "Tax-exempt, Non-profit" status of any church deserves a re-examination by all tax agencies. I fail to see how we can benefit organizations which foment hate and a clear political position.
The "Tax-exempt, Non-profit" status of any church deserves a re-examination by all tax agencies. I fail to see how we can benefit organizations which foment hate and a clear political position.
 
Five years ago, in response to a groundswell of parental complaints, Wake County schools finally ended its long-running policy of forced busing. Wake had long been one of a few remaining holdouts still clinging to this failed experiment that disrupted so many lives.
Five years ago, in response to a groundswell of parental complaints, Wake County schools finally ended its long-running policy of forced busing. Wake had long been one of a few remaining holdouts still clinging to this failed experiment that disrupted so many lives.
 
Wouldn't it be reasonable to assume that if we discuss a problem long enough we can come up with a solution? It doesn't work that way with public policy issues, especially in the selection of judges.
Wouldn't it be reasonable to assume that if we discuss a problem long enough we can come up with a solution? It doesn't work that way with public policy issues, especially in the selection of judges.
 
North Carolina's criminal code is 55 percent larger than Virginia's and 38 percent larger than South Carolina's, and the Tar Heel State has created nearly three dozen new crimes each year over the past six years.
North Carolina's criminal code is 55 percent larger than Virginia's and 38 percent larger than South Carolina's, and the Tar Heel State has created nearly three dozen new crimes each year over the past six years.
 
All of the budget workshops will begin at 6:00 pm.
 
Yesterday's front page of the News & Observer features the North Carolina Hospital Association, a free-market lobbyist, and legislators battling over pending legislation that could potentially terminate the state's highly bureaucratic Certificate of Need (CON) law. Senator Tom Apodaca favors...
Yesterday's front page of the News & Observer features the North Carolina Hospital Association, a free-market lobbyist, and legislators battling over pending legislation that could potentially terminate the state's highly bureaucratic Certificate of Need (CON) law. Senator Tom Apodaca favors...
 
North Carolina lawmakers grappling with Medicaid reform should combine elements of competing proposals in the state House and Senate to give patients more choices while remaining accountable to taxpayers, a panel of experts at an April 13 briefing for policy makers and industry officials said.
North Carolina lawmakers grappling with Medicaid reform should combine elements of competing proposals in the state House and Senate to give patients more choices while remaining accountable to taxpayers, a panel of experts at an April 13 briefing for policy makers and industry officials said.
 
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