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Back during the CB craze almost every city had a CB handle. Tampa was the Cigar City and probably still is, but its biggest cigar producer closed down in 2009.
Back during the CB craze almost every city had a CB handle. Tampa was the Cigar City and probably still is, but its biggest cigar producer closed down in 2009.
 
Well, this ad popped up during the most recent televised GOP presidential debate — making it clear that North Carolina’s Second Congressional District GOP primary will be just as much of a media circus.
Well, this ad popped up during the most recent televised GOP presidential debate — making it clear that North Carolina’s Second Congressional District GOP primary will be just as much of a media circus.
 
Legislative election law writers continue working toward having a combined primary on March 15, 2016, allowing voters to cast ballots for president and nominate their party favorites for other statewide and local offices.
Legislative election law writers continue working toward having a combined primary on March 15, 2016, allowing voters to cast ballots for president and nominate their party favorites for other statewide and local offices.
 
Sunset by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Sunset by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
 
Judge James L. Baker was sworn in today as the third Republican member of the bipartisan State Board of Elections.
Judge James L. Baker was sworn in today as the third Republican member of the bipartisan State Board of Elections.
 
After an 80-day extension costing taxpayers well over $1 million, the North Carolina House and Senate chambers have finally reached a tentative budget agreement with a price tag of roughly $22 billion - a fiscally conservative budget considering that spending increased by only 3.1 percent which...
After an 80-day extension costing taxpayers well over $1 million, the North Carolina House and Senate chambers have finally reached a tentative budget agreement with a price tag of roughly $22 billion - a fiscally conservative budget considering that spending increased by only 3.1 percent which...
 
Uptown Greenville and The United Way of Pitt County proudly announce the groundbreaking of the Live United Courtyard on Monday, September 21 at 11:00am.
Uptown Greenville and The United Way of Pitt County proudly announce the groundbreaking of the Live United Courtyard on Monday, September 21 at 11:00am.
 
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