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Building on the preceding two months' incredible traffic may be an understatement of relative grand proportions.
Building on the preceding two months' incredible traffic may be an understatement of relative grand proportions.
 
Halfway through the decade, the U.S. Supreme Court has bounced the state's congressional and legislative district maps back to the N.C. Supreme Court.
Halfway through the decade, the U.S. Supreme Court has bounced the state's congressional and legislative district maps back to the N.C. Supreme Court.
 
Shakespeare, sword fights and controversy highlight the main stage finale by East Carolina University's Loessin Playhouse.
Shakespeare, sword fights and controversy highlight the main stage finale by East Carolina University's Loessin Playhouse.
 
Clark Twiddy, a Dare County resident, was elected by the Senate on Thursday, April 16, 2015 to serve on the North Carolina State Board of Community Colleges for a term of six years.
Clark Twiddy, a Dare County resident, was elected by the Senate on Thursday, April 16, 2015 to serve on the North Carolina State Board of Community Colleges for a term of six years.
 
A Lincoln County Republican legislator has introduced legislation allowing local politicians a little more leeway to raise taxes.
A Lincoln County Republican legislator has introduced legislation allowing local politicians a little more leeway to raise taxes.
 
Iconic actor Brad Pitt continues to play a plethora of roles broadening his repertoire, expanding his range as an actor as he grows into middle age.
Iconic actor Brad Pitt continues to play a plethora of roles broadening his repertoire, expanding his range as an actor as he grows into middle age.
 
Last week the NC House voted unanimously to approve a bill (HB 183) that would repeal in its entirety a contentious piece of legislation known as the Map Act. As I explained in a previous newsletter, when the General Assembly passed the Map Act in 1987 its declared purpose was...
Last week the NC House voted unanimously to approve a bill (HB 183) that would repeal in its entirety a contentious piece of legislation known as the Map Act. As I explained in a previous newsletter, when the General Assembly passed the Map Act in 1987 its declared purpose was...
 
East Carolina University hospitality leadership professor Dr. George Fenich received the Educator Honoree Award at the 2015 Professional Convention Management Association awards ceremony April 8 in Washington, D.C.
East Carolina University hospitality leadership professor Dr. George Fenich received the Educator Honoree Award at the 2015 Professional Convention Management Association awards ceremony April 8 in Washington, D.C.
 
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