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North Carolina today won a grant of $23 million to replace dozens of bridges in 17 of the state's most economically distressed counties
North Carolina today won a grant of $23 million to replace dozens of bridges in 17 of the state's most economically distressed counties
 
American infrastructure has fallen behind due to years of inaction and a broken permitting system
American infrastructure has fallen behind due to years of inaction and a broken permitting system
 
Governor Pat McCrory personally called Timothy Scott Bridges today to inform him of his decision to issue a pardon of innocence. This call followed an earlier in-person meeting between the governor and Bridges
Governor Pat McCrory personally called Timothy Scott Bridges today to inform him of his decision to issue a pardon of innocence. This call followed an earlier in-person meeting between the governor and Bridges
 
Leon Russell is one of the acts of my generation that I saw on multiple occasions, and every show was an experience, usually involving an extensive band, a white baby grand piano, and Leon clothed in a white suit, his pre-mature graying hair and beard flowing.
Leon Russell is one of the acts of my generation that I saw on multiple occasions, and every show was an experience, usually involving an extensive band, a white baby grand piano, and Leon clothed in a white suit, his pre-mature graying hair and beard flowing.
 
Momentum for Governor Pat McCrory's Connect NC bond proposal continues to build as counties across the state express official support for the initiative. Currituck, Cabarrus, Dare and Sampson Counties have all passed resolutions expressing support for placing the Connect NC bonds on the ballot in...
Momentum for Governor Pat McCrory's Connect NC bond proposal continues to build as counties across the state express official support for the initiative. Currituck, Cabarrus, Dare and Sampson Counties have all passed resolutions expressing support for placing the Connect NC bonds on the ballot in...
 
Last year Gov. Pat McCrory and the General Assembly managed to accomplish something that many longtime legislative observers thought was highly improbable if not impossible: a substantial rewrite of North Carolina's system for funding roads, bridges, and other transportation infrastructure.
Last year Gov. Pat McCrory and the General Assembly managed to accomplish something that many longtime legislative observers thought was highly improbable if not impossible: a substantial rewrite of North Carolina's system for funding roads, bridges, and other transportation infrastructure.
 
Mr. John Edward Bridges Jr., of 317 E. Maple St., Mount Olive, died Wednesday, Jan. 8, 2014, at Warsaw Health and Rehabilitation, Warsaw.
Mr. John Edward Bridges Jr., of 317 E. Maple St., Mount Olive, died Wednesday, Jan. 8, 2014, at Warsaw Health and Rehabilitation, Warsaw.
 
TRIP, a transportation research group headquartered in Washington, D.C., recently compiled a report on North Carolina transportation. The group says the state is facing a $65 billion funding shortfall in transportation funding. The NCDOT reportedly is not one bit surprised. They already knew that.
TRIP, a transportation research group headquartered in Washington, D.C., recently compiled a report on North Carolina transportation. The group says the state is facing a $65 billion funding shortfall in transportation funding. The NCDOT reportedly is not one bit surprised. They already knew that.
 
The integral component to her success was to hire the toughest, meanest son of a biscuit eater in northwest Arkansas. His name was Rueben "Rooster" Cogburn.
The integral component to her success was to hire the toughest, meanest son of a biscuit eater in northwest Arkansas. His name was Rueben "Rooster" Cogburn.
 
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