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The federal CARES Act set aside $2,953,230,000 for governors to use to support educational institutions affected by COVID-19 closures.
The federal CARES Act set aside $2,953,230,000 for governors to use to support educational institutions affected by COVID-19 closures.
 
On Thursday, it was announced that the US Army Corps of Engineers will allocate $39.6 million for the design and construction of a levee in Princeville, as the historic community continues to recover from unprecedented flooding during recent hurricanes.
On Thursday, it was announced that the US Army Corps of Engineers will allocate $39.6 million for the design and construction of a levee in Princeville, as the historic community continues to recover from unprecedented flooding during recent hurricanes.
 
The modern American university has changed almost beyond recognition from the form it had even 100 years ago.
The modern American university has changed almost beyond recognition from the form it had even 100 years ago.
 
A bill allowing federal funds to continue flowing to North Carolina hasn’t earned Gov. Roy Cooper’s signature yet, but one political analyst said it would be wise for the governor to let it become law.
A bill allowing federal funds to continue flowing to North Carolina hasn’t earned Gov. Roy Cooper’s signature yet, but one political analyst said it would be wise for the governor to let it become law.
 
The Durham-Orange Light Rail Transit project could be in trouble
 
Gov. Pat McCrory yesterday released his budget proposal for the next biennium. In odd-numbered years like this one, the legislature passes a two-year budget plan, and the following year will make adjustments to the second year of the plan.
Gov. Pat McCrory yesterday released his budget proposal for the next biennium. In odd-numbered years like this one, the legislature passes a two-year budget plan, and the following year will make adjustments to the second year of the plan.
 
The state legislature is back in session this week. The consensus around the state capital is that this year's "short session" will live up to its name. But just because legislators won't be in town for very long doesn't mean they shouldn't address some important issues.
The state legislature is back in session this week. The consensus around the state capital is that this year's "short session" will live up to its name. But just because legislators won't be in town for very long doesn't mean they shouldn't address some important issues.
 
A new audit report calls into question nearly $4.9 million in spending by Four-County Community Services, a nonprofit organization that runs Head Start programs and provides other assistance to low-income families in seven southeastern North Carolina counties.
A new audit report calls into question nearly $4.9 million in spending by Four-County Community Services, a nonprofit organization that runs Head Start programs and provides other assistance to low-income families in seven southeastern North Carolina counties.
 
Gov. Pat McCrory unveiled his first budget Wednesday that would spend $20.6 billion in the next fiscal year, an increase of about 2.2 percent over the current fiscal year's General Fund budget. The total state budget, including...
Gov. Pat McCrory unveiled his first budget Wednesday that would spend $20.6 billion in the next fiscal year, an increase of about 2.2 percent over the current fiscal year's General Fund budget. The total state budget, including...
 
The just-completed legislative short session closes out the first biennium in nearly 100 years that Republicans comprised majorities in both chambers of the General Assembly.
The just-completed legislative short session closes out the first biennium in nearly 100 years that Republicans comprised majorities in both chambers of the General Assembly.
 
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