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Inman is driven toward his inevitable purpose in this love story set against the backdrop of the Civil War in Virginia and North Carolina.
Inman is driven toward his inevitable purpose in this love story set against the backdrop of the Civil War in Virginia and North Carolina.
 
Legislators voted to override two of Gov. Roy Cooper's vetoes Thursday. They addressed a key piece of a third vetoed bill through a local measure that avoids the governor's scrutiny.
Legislators voted to override two of Gov. Roy Cooper's vetoes Thursday. They addressed a key piece of a third vetoed bill through a local measure that avoids the governor's scrutiny.
 
State senators are asking Gov. Roy Cooper's administration to answer more than 20 questions in the next five days, as they consider his request for an extra $2.58 million to deal with concerns about a chemical discharge in the Cape Fear River
State senators are asking Gov. Roy Cooper's administration to answer more than 20 questions in the next five days, as they consider his request for an extra $2.58 million to deal with concerns about a chemical discharge in the Cape Fear River
 
Governor Pat McCrory helped kick off construction of the new State Employees' Credit Union Memorial Walkway today at the USS North Carolina Battleship
Governor Pat McCrory helped kick off construction of the new State Employees' Credit Union Memorial Walkway today at the USS North Carolina Battleship
 
Water, water everywhere and the cradle of much of North Carolina's rich history.
 
Water, water everywhere and the cradle of much of North Carolina's rich history.
 
As it grows colder, and as we step gingerly into winter, I recall one of the hottest days of the summer, when I explored the counties of Pender, New Hanover, and Brunswick.
As it grows colder, and as we step gingerly into winter, I recall one of the hottest days of the summer, when I explored the counties of Pender, New Hanover, and Brunswick.
 
Governor Pat McCrory announced today that $500,000 from the Office of State Budget and Management's Repair and Renovation Contingency Reserve has been allocated to the Battleship NORTH CAROLINA, the state's World War II memorial, to repair its hull.
Governor Pat McCrory announced today that $500,000 from the Office of State Budget and Management's Repair and Renovation Contingency Reserve has been allocated to the Battleship NORTH CAROLINA, the state's World War II memorial, to repair its hull.
 
Before Sir Walter Raleigh’s expedition landed on the Outer Banks in 1585, French and Spanish explorers traveled across modern-day North Carolina and led the European powers in claiming American land.
Before Sir Walter Raleigh’s expedition landed on the Outer Banks in 1585, French and Spanish explorers traveled across modern-day North Carolina and led the European powers in claiming American land.
 
The last commander of Fort Fisher before its surrender to occupying Union forces, James Reilly's postwar years reveals the bond that many former Confederate and Union soldiers exhibited during the 1880s and 1890s.
The last commander of Fort Fisher before its surrender to occupying Union forces, James Reilly's postwar years reveals the bond that many former Confederate and Union soldiers exhibited during the 1880s and 1890s.
 
Commercial restrictions through tariffs have been an integral part of American history. The federal government has used forms of commercial restriction as a source of revenue and to protect American industry and labor.
Commercial restrictions through tariffs have been an integral part of American history. The federal government has used forms of commercial restriction as a source of revenue and to protect American industry and labor.
 
For much of the sixteenth century, France and Spain competed for control of what would become the southeastern United States.
For much of the sixteenth century, France and Spain competed for control of what would become the southeastern United States.
 
Until its capture by the Union army in 1865, Fort Fisher was the largest earthwork fortification in the world.
Until its capture by the Union army in 1865, Fort Fisher was the largest earthwork fortification in the world.
 
In spite of recent statements by gubernatorial candidates Walter Dalton and Pat McCrory opposing the North Carolina International Terminal, Toby Bronstein, a spokeswoman for Save the Cape, fears the proposed megaport may not be dead.
In spite of recent statements by gubernatorial candidates Walter Dalton and Pat McCrory opposing the North Carolina International Terminal, Toby Bronstein, a spokeswoman for Save the Cape, fears the proposed megaport may not be dead.
 
On a recent trip to Myrtle Beach, we took a side trip through Brunswick County along its northern coast to Oak Island.
 
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