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At an education event held this morning, Gov. Roy Cooper encouraged leaders in business and education to support improvements in North Carolina's K-12 school system, including an increase in teacher pay
At an education event held this morning, Gov. Roy Cooper encouraged leaders in business and education to support improvements in North Carolina's K-12 school system, including an increase in teacher pay
 
The number of North Carolinians who registered to vote or updated their registrations through various state agencies under the National Voter Registration Act of 1993 (NVRA) more than doubled since 2012, from about 345,000 that year to a record 715,000 in 2016.
The number of North Carolinians who registered to vote or updated their registrations through various state agencies under the National Voter Registration Act of 1993 (NVRA) more than doubled since 2012, from about 345,000 that year to a record 715,000 in 2016.
 
Attorneys close to legislative Republicans told Carolina Journal special legislative elections in 2017 "are almost certainly off the table."
Attorneys close to legislative Republicans told Carolina Journal special legislative elections in 2017 "are almost certainly off the table."
 
When the phone rings at 3 a.m. it's a safe bet it's not good news, especially when a police officer is on the other end of the call
When the phone rings at 3 a.m. it's a safe bet it's not good news, especially when a police officer is on the other end of the call
 
If the relationship between new Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper and the Republican-led General Assembly remains a “known unknown” at this point, one element of that relationship almost certainly can be characterized as a “known known”
If the relationship between new Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper and the Republican-led General Assembly remains a “known unknown” at this point, one element of that relationship almost certainly can be characterized as a “known known”
 
authoritarianism that increasingly characterizes the American professoriate is on full display in a case involving the master's program in social work at Rhode Island College (RIC)
authoritarianism that increasingly characterizes the American professoriate is on full display in a case involving the master's program in social work at Rhode Island College (RIC)
 
Three galleries, four exhibits on display now! Thanks to Zaxby's and AOP members, Lynne Anderson & Pat Carlson for donating appetizers for the January art reception at AOP.
Three galleries, four exhibits on display now! Thanks to Zaxby's and AOP members, Lynne Anderson & Pat Carlson for donating appetizers for the January art reception at AOP.
 
Governor Roy Cooper announced today that Mountaire Farms will launch a feed mill operation that will bring 65 jobs to Scotland County
Governor Roy Cooper announced today that Mountaire Farms will launch a feed mill operation that will bring 65 jobs to Scotland County
 
Alejandro Rodriguez Jimenez, age 42, a resident of Washington, NC died Tuesday, January 24, 2017 at the home
Alejandro Rodriguez Jimenez, age 42, a resident of Washington, NC died Tuesday, January 24, 2017 at the home
 
Mr. Robert Louis Peaden, age 71, a resident of 1462 Slatestone Road, Washington, died Sunday January 22, 2017 at Vidant Beaufort Hospital
Mr. Robert Louis Peaden, age 71, a resident of 1462 Slatestone Road, Washington, died Sunday January 22, 2017 at Vidant Beaufort Hospital
 
Mr. Donald Baird, age 83, a resident of Dogwood Trail, Washington, NC died Wednesday, January 25, 2017 at Pitt Vidant Inpatient Hospice
Mr. Donald Baird, age 83, a resident of Dogwood Trail, Washington, NC died Wednesday, January 25, 2017 at Pitt Vidant Inpatient Hospice
 
Gov. Roy Cooper says he wants to defund North Carolina's Opportunity Scholarship program against the will of North Carolina's conservative legislative majority
Gov. Roy Cooper says he wants to defund North Carolina's Opportunity Scholarship program against the will of North Carolina's conservative legislative majority
 
Beaufort County Community College invites emergency personnel to its second annual Public Safety Weekend from March 3-5
Beaufort County Community College invites emergency personnel to its second annual Public Safety Weekend from March 3-5
 
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