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Mr. Benjamin “Ben” Raymond Altenberger, age 64, a resident of Washington and former resident of Blounts Creek, passed away Friday November 20, 2020 at Vidant Beaufort Hospital.
Mr. Benjamin “Ben” Raymond Altenberger, age 64, a resident of Washington and former resident of Blounts Creek, passed away Friday November 20, 2020 at Vidant Beaufort Hospital.
 
More than one N.C. political battle in recent years has generated a court case titled Cooper v. Berger.
More than one N.C. political battle in recent years has generated a court case titled Cooper v. Berger.
 
Today, North Carolina Senate President Pro Tempore Phil Berger announced his endorsement of E.C. Sykes for North Carolina Secretary of State.
Today, North Carolina Senate President Pro Tempore Phil Berger announced his endorsement of E.C. Sykes for North Carolina Secretary of State.
 
Teachers and retirees are suffering without a budget in place, two freshman Democratic lawmakers said during a March 10 news conference.
Teachers and retirees are suffering without a budget in place, two freshman Democratic lawmakers said during a March 10 news conference.
 
Supporters of higher taxes cheered the WestEd report on North Carolina schools that became public on December 10th, five months after Judge David Lee received it.
Supporters of higher taxes cheered the WestEd report on North Carolina schools that became public on December 10th, five months after Judge David Lee received it.
 
The N&O yesterday published an op-ed by the NC Justice Center that accuses Sen. Phil Berger of “spinning a compelling yarn, even when he doesn’t tell the whole story.”
The N&O yesterday published an op-ed by the NC Justice Center that accuses Sen. Phil Berger of “spinning a compelling yarn, even when he doesn’t tell the whole story.”
 
Senate President Pro Tempore Phil Berger (R-Rockingham) announced earlier in October that the Senate would close out the long session by the end of the month.
Senate President Pro Tempore Phil Berger (R-Rockingham) announced earlier in October that the Senate would close out the long session by the end of the month.
 
The N.C. Senate will conclude its business this week, with or without overriding the governor’s budget veto, Senate leader Phil Berger, R-Rockingham, said during a Monday, Oct. 28, news conference.
The N.C. Senate will conclude its business this week, with or without overriding the governor’s budget veto, Senate leader Phil Berger, R-Rockingham, said during a Monday, Oct. 28, news conference.
 
Lawmakers will continue to consider mini-budgets. For now.
 
It may sound too good to be true, but you soon may be getting a check in the mail from the state for up to $250.
It may sound too good to be true, but you soon may be getting a check in the mail from the state for up to $250.
 
Senate leader Phil Berger, R-Rockingham, has resurrected a loan program aimed at saving rural hospitals from financial ruin.
Senate leader Phil Berger, R-Rockingham, has resurrected a loan program aimed at saving rural hospitals from financial ruin.
 
Only four House Democrats refused to sign a letter pledging to uphold Gov. Roy Cooper's budget veto.
Only four House Democrats refused to sign a letter pledging to uphold Gov. Roy Cooper's budget veto.
 
We are more than three weeks into the new fiscal year and the state is still without a budget thanks to Governor Roy Cooper’s Medicaid expansion-or-nothing ultimatum.
We are more than three weeks into the new fiscal year and the state is still without a budget thanks to Governor Roy Cooper’s Medicaid expansion-or-nothing ultimatum.
 
Legislative leaders are calling Gov. Roy Cooper’s budget bluff.
 
In 2011, Thom Tillis, Phil Berger, and the Republican leadership in the N.C. General Assembly removed the 100-school school cap included in the 1996 law that authorized the creation of charter schools, which are tuition-free public schools that have more freedom than district-run public schools.
In 2011, Thom Tillis, Phil Berger, and the Republican leadership in the N.C. General Assembly removed the 100-school school cap included in the 1996 law that authorized the creation of charter schools, which are tuition-free public schools that have more freedom than district-run public schools.
 
North Carolina senators passed a budget resolution May 31, but they’re still working to resolve a disputed provision involving Vidant Health.
North Carolina senators passed a budget resolution May 31, but they’re still working to resolve a disputed provision involving Vidant Health.
 
Much of the commentary surrounding the recent born-alive abortion-survivors bill assumes the issue is dead.
Much of the commentary surrounding the recent born-alive abortion-survivors bill assumes the issue is dead.
 
As many of you have probably heard by now, the North Carolina Association of Educators (NCAE) is planning another strike on May 1st
As many of you have probably heard by now, the North Carolina Association of Educators (NCAE) is planning another strike on May 1st
 
In 2013, North Carolina launched “Read To Achieve, which was supposed to help lagging kids reach literacy by third grade. Six years and $150 million later, the state has seen little success.
In 2013, North Carolina launched “Read To Achieve, which was supposed to help lagging kids reach literacy by third grade. Six years and $150 million later, the state has seen little success.
 
Last week, Gov. Roy Cooper and Senate President Pro Tem Phil Berger laid out contrasting visions for North Carolina state government
Last week, Gov. Roy Cooper and Senate President Pro Tem Phil Berger laid out contrasting visions for North Carolina state government
 
Phil Berger Jr., son of state Senate leader Phil Berger, R-Rockingham, is interested in running for a seat on the N.C. Supreme Court.
Phil Berger Jr., son of state Senate leader Phil Berger, R-Rockingham, is interested in running for a seat on the N.C. Supreme Court.
 
Today, Governor Cooper, Senate President Pro Tempore Phil Berger and House Speaker Tim Moore issued a statement regarding state economic recruitment following Apple's announced expansion
Today, Governor Cooper, Senate President Pro Tempore Phil Berger and House Speaker Tim Moore issued a statement regarding state economic recruitment following Apple's announced expansion
 
With the November election over, lawmakers must reconfigure the Bipartisan Board of Elections and Ethics Enforcement to comply with a Superior Court order
With the November election over, lawmakers must reconfigure the Bipartisan Board of Elections and Ethics Enforcement to comply with a Superior Court order
 
Mr. Del Jay Miltenberger, Jr., age 74, passed away on Saturday, November 24th after a three-and-a-half-year courageous battle with cancer
Mr. Del Jay Miltenberger, Jr., age 74, passed away on Saturday, November 24th after a three-and-a-half-year courageous battle with cancer
 
A special legislative investigative panel wants to know if Gov. Roy Cooper was in line to benefit personally from solar energy companies by creating a $57.8 million "slush fund" paid for by Atlantic Coast Pipeline developers.
A special legislative investigative panel wants to know if Gov. Roy Cooper was in line to benefit personally from solar energy companies by creating a $57.8 million "slush fund" paid for by Atlantic Coast Pipeline developers.
 
Gov. Roy Cooper says the urgency of dealing with Hurricane Florence recovery led him to sign executive orders re-establishing six state agencies tied up in litigation with the General Assembly
Gov. Roy Cooper says the urgency of dealing with Hurricane Florence recovery led him to sign executive orders re-establishing six state agencies tied up in litigation with the General Assembly
 
Gov. Roy Cooper rejects an appeal from legislative leaders to convene a special session this week for Hurricane Florence relief efforts
Gov. Roy Cooper rejects an appeal from legislative leaders to convene a special session this week for Hurricane Florence relief efforts
 
The N.C. Senate followed the House's lead Monday, Aug. 27, as it voted along party lines to address court concerns and pass a pair of proposed constitutional amendments
The N.C. Senate followed the House's lead Monday, Aug. 27, as it voted along party lines to address court concerns and pass a pair of proposed constitutional amendments
 
It would be easy to dismiss the recurring political battles between Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper and the Republican-led General Assembly as pure partisan posturing
It would be easy to dismiss the recurring political battles between Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper and the Republican-led General Assembly as pure partisan posturing
 
Senate leader Phil Berger, R-Rockingham, will have a Democratic challenger in the general election after all
Senate leader Phil Berger, R-Rockingham, will have a Democratic challenger in the general election after all
 
The Senate delivered swiftly on a leadership pledge to kill Gov. Roy Cooper’s veto of the 2018-19 General Fund budget, voting 34-13 to override Thursday, June 7
The Senate delivered swiftly on a leadership pledge to kill Gov. Roy Cooper’s veto of the 2018-19 General Fund budget, voting 34-13 to override Thursday, June 7
 
Legislative leaders will boost tax-paid subsidies available in the $23.9 billion 2018-19 budget proposal to induce multibillion-dollar corporations to locate in the state
Legislative leaders will boost tax-paid subsidies available in the $23.9 billion 2018-19 budget proposal to induce multibillion-dollar corporations to locate in the state
 
The state's top legislative leaders say they're eager to talk to teachers gathering in Raleigh on Wednesday, May 16, about a 6.2 percent average pay raise they'll receive next year
The state's top legislative leaders say they're eager to talk to teachers gathering in Raleigh on Wednesday, May 16, about a 6.2 percent average pay raise they'll receive next year
 
Legislative leaders removed some of the guesswork for the legislative short session starting May 16 by announcing they agreed to a $23.917 billion spending plan for the 2018-19 state budget
Legislative leaders removed some of the guesswork for the legislative short session starting May 16 by announcing they agreed to a $23.917 billion spending plan for the 2018-19 state budget
 
The selection of Peter Hans to head our state's Community College System was expected, especially after it became known that Governor Roy Cooper, House Speaker Tim Moore and Senate President Pro Tem Phil Berger jointly wrote a letter to the selection committee making it clear Hans was their choice
The selection of Peter Hans to head our state's Community College System was expected, especially after it became known that Governor Roy Cooper, House Speaker Tim Moore and Senate President Pro Tem Phil Berger jointly wrote a letter to the selection committee making it clear Hans was their choice
 
The State Board of Community Colleges today (May 1) elected Peter Hans, a leader with 20 years of experience in higher education policy and governance, as the ninth president of the North Carolina Community College System
The State Board of Community Colleges today (May 1) elected Peter Hans, a leader with 20 years of experience in higher education policy and governance, as the ninth president of the North Carolina Community College System
 
"It was a life-changing experience." That's how Brandon Hodges describes the kidney transplant he received a couple of months ago at Vidant Medical Center (VMC)
"It was a life-changing experience." That's how Brandon Hodges describes the kidney transplant he received a couple of months ago at Vidant Medical Center (VMC)
 
The N.C. Supreme Court will have another chance to join the political tug of war pitting Gov. Roy Cooper against state legislative leaders. How the high court responds to that opportunity will offer more clues about its willingness to play partisan politics
The N.C. Supreme Court will have another chance to join the political tug of war pitting Gov. Roy Cooper against state legislative leaders. How the high court responds to that opportunity will offer more clues about its willingness to play partisan politics
 
With an unpopular president in the White House, a spate of incumbent retirements in competitive seats, and a relentless drumbeat of media hits against them, Republicans are clearly heading into a risky election cycle. So why are GOP leaders, particularly here in North Carolina, feeling cautiously op
With an unpopular president in the White House, a spate of incumbent retirements in competitive seats, and a relentless drumbeat of media hits against them, Republicans are clearly heading into a risky election cycle. So why are GOP leaders, particularly here in North Carolina, feeling cautiously op
 
What could possibly be more important than knowing that the quality of the air we breathe and the water we drink is safe? Public safety is one of the major functions of government
What could possibly be more important than knowing that the quality of the air we breathe and the water we drink is safe? Public safety is one of the major functions of government
 
As the New Year unfolds there are at least a dozen leaders likely to play a big role in public policy issues in 2018
As the New Year unfolds there are at least a dozen leaders likely to play a big role in public policy issues in 2018
 
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