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Recently I was thumbing through my copy of Scoundrels, Rogues and Heroes of the Old North State, an anthology of collected essays by noted historian H. G. Jones. (He wrote a weekly column from 1969-1986.) The editors Randell Jones and Caitlin Jones, unrelated to the history columnist, write that...
Recently I was thumbing through my copy of Scoundrels, Rogues and Heroes of the Old North State, an anthology of collected essays by noted historian H. G. Jones. (He wrote a weekly column from 1969-1986.) The editors Randell Jones and Caitlin Jones, unrelated to the history columnist, write that...
 
Bernard W. (B. W.) Collier II took the oath of office as Director of the State Bureau of Investigation at the State Capitol in a ceremony attended by his family, Governor Pat McCrory and Department of Public Safety Secretary Frank Perry.
Bernard W. (B. W.) Collier II took the oath of office as Director of the State Bureau of Investigation at the State Capitol in a ceremony attended by his family, Governor Pat McCrory and Department of Public Safety Secretary Frank Perry.
 
It's going to take a while longer for the North Carolina Legislature to pass its two-year budget. Part of the hold up will be finalizing an agreement on reforming the state's certificate of need (CON) law, which requires health systems and medical providers to first obtain a hall pass from the...
It's going to take a while longer for the North Carolina Legislature to pass its two-year budget. Part of the hold up will be finalizing an agreement on reforming the state's certificate of need (CON) law, which requires health systems and medical providers to first obtain a hall pass from the...
 
North Carolina is the first state to lose a voter photo ID case and the Republicans in the state legislature were the deciding factor.
North Carolina is the first state to lose a voter photo ID case and the Republicans in the state legislature were the deciding factor.
 
A celebrity member of the NCGOP establishment sent along to us this article from The Weekly Standard — edited by Bill Kristol, who invested heavily in the 2014 primary challenge against Walter Jones — expressing frustration with “missing an opportunity” to finally GET Walter Jones.
A celebrity member of the NCGOP establishment sent along to us this article from The Weekly Standard — edited by Bill Kristol, who invested heavily in the 2014 primary challenge against Walter Jones — expressing frustration with “missing an opportunity” to finally GET Walter Jones.
 
For the third year running, a Beaufort County Community College alumnus has been recognized by Vidant Beaufort Hospital for nursing excellence throughout the year.
For the third year running, a Beaufort County Community College alumnus has been recognized by Vidant Beaufort Hospital for nursing excellence throughout the year.
 
A Senate bill that would relieve a southeastern North Carolina planning organization from financial consequences resulting from the use of the controversial Map Act passed the House on Wednesday and will return to the Senate.
A Senate bill that would relieve a southeastern North Carolina planning organization from financial consequences resulting from the use of the controversial Map Act passed the House on Wednesday and will return to the Senate.
 
Chancellor Steve Ballard announced today he will step down as East Carolina University's top leader next year, serving in his current role until July 1, 2016. Ballard has served as chancellor since 2004.
Chancellor Steve Ballard announced today he will step down as East Carolina University's top leader next year, serving in his current role until July 1, 2016. Ballard has served as chancellor since 2004.
 
Mrs. Essie Rebecca Alligood Whitley, age 106, a resident of Washington, died Thursday July 2, 2015 at Rivertrace Nursing Home.
Mrs. Essie Rebecca Alligood Whitley, age 106, a resident of Washington, died Thursday July 2, 2015 at Rivertrace Nursing Home.
 
Warm weather picnics and cookouts can produce opportunities for food-borne illness if safe food-handling practices are not closely observed, state health officials caution.
Warm weather picnics and cookouts can produce opportunities for food-borne illness if safe food-handling practices are not closely observed, state health officials caution.
 
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