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Governor Pat McCrory participated in a education bond panel discussion at East Carolina University today. If approved by voters, East Carolina University will receive $90 million for a new Life Sciences and Biotechnology Building.
Governor Pat McCrory participated in a education bond panel discussion at East Carolina University today. If approved by voters, East Carolina University will receive $90 million for a new Life Sciences and Biotechnology Building.
 
The Office of Governor Pat McCrory released the following statement from Department of Public Safety Secretary Frank Perry...
The Office of Governor Pat McCrory released the following statement from Department of Public Safety Secretary Frank Perry...
 
Governor Pat McCrory announced that North Carolina is one of three states to be awarded a U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) grant to implement an innovative reintegration of juvenile offenders into the community.
Governor Pat McCrory announced that North Carolina is one of three states to be awarded a U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) grant to implement an innovative reintegration of juvenile offenders into the community.
 
Governor Pat McCrory has proclaimed September as North Carolina Preparedness Month and is encouraging North Carolina families, businesses and schools to be aware and prepare for all types of emergencies.
Governor Pat McCrory has proclaimed September as North Carolina Preparedness Month and is encouraging North Carolina families, businesses and schools to be aware and prepare for all types of emergencies.
 
Bernard W. (B. W.) Collier II took the oath of office as Director of the State Bureau of Investigation at the State Capitol in a ceremony attended by his family, Governor Pat McCrory and Department of Public Safety Secretary Frank Perry. The oath of office was administered by Wake County District...
Bernard W. (B. W.) Collier II took the oath of office as Director of the State Bureau of Investigation at the State Capitol in a ceremony attended by his family, Governor Pat McCrory and Department of Public Safety Secretary Frank Perry. The oath of office was administered by Wake County District...
 
Memorial Day weekend is North Carolina's unofficial kickoff to summer, but it also marks the beginning of hurricane season. Governor Pat McCrory has declared May 24-30, 2015 as Hurricane Preparedness Week and is encouraging residents to update their emergency plans and supply kits. Hurricane...
Memorial Day weekend is North Carolina's unofficial kickoff to summer, but it also marks the beginning of hurricane season. Governor Pat McCrory has declared May 24-30, 2015 as Hurricane Preparedness Week and is encouraging residents to update their emergency plans and supply kits. Hurricane...
 
Governor Pat McCrory briefed citizens from the State Emergency Operations Center Wednesday morning on the response to last night's snowfall across the state.
Governor Pat McCrory briefed citizens from the State Emergency Operations Center Wednesday morning on the response to last night's snowfall across the state.
 
Governor Pat McCrory is urging people to stay off the roads tonight as the winter storm moves east across North Carolina. Forecasters have increased predicted snow and ice accumulation totals in many areas potentially making roads impassable in a portion of the central part of state.
Governor Pat McCrory is urging people to stay off the roads tonight as the winter storm moves east across North Carolina. Forecasters have increased predicted snow and ice accumulation totals in many areas potentially making roads impassable in a portion of the central part of state.
 
Governor Pat McCrory signed an executive order today that creates a multi-agency task force aimed at reducing substance abuse and underage drinking. The Governor's Substance Abuse and Underage Drinking Prevention and Treatment Task Force will build on statewide prevention, treatment and...
Governor Pat McCrory signed an executive order today that creates a multi-agency task force aimed at reducing substance abuse and underage drinking. The Governor's Substance Abuse and Underage Drinking Prevention and Treatment Task Force will build on statewide prevention, treatment and...
 
With Chancellor Steve Ballard and Vice Chancellor Virginia Hardy standing beside him, Gov. Pat McCrory signed an executive order May 13 that creates a multi-agency task force aimed at reducing substance abuse and underage drinking.
With Chancellor Steve Ballard and Vice Chancellor Virginia Hardy standing beside him, Gov. Pat McCrory signed an executive order May 13 that creates a multi-agency task force aimed at reducing substance abuse and underage drinking.
 
Governor Pat McCrory toured Eastern North Carolina today to inspect damage caused by Friday's severe weather in Beaufort, Perquimans & Chowan counties. The governor also expressed his sorrow after an 11-month-old boy died Sunday morning from injuries he sustained Friday when a tornado touched down.
Governor Pat McCrory toured Eastern North Carolina today to inspect damage caused by Friday's severe weather in Beaufort, Perquimans & Chowan counties. The governor also expressed his sorrow after an 11-month-old boy died Sunday morning from injuries he sustained Friday when a tornado touched down.
 
Court Will Support Veterans under Judicial Monitoring by Offering Resources for Treatment, Education and Vocational Programs and Community Resources.
Court Will Support Veterans under Judicial Monitoring by Offering Resources for Treatment, Education and Vocational Programs and Community Resources.
 
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