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Stephen Larry Douglas, known to all as “Steve”, 85, of the Douglas Crossroads Community, passed away peacefully at his residence on Tuesday, July 21, 2020.
Stephen Larry Douglas, known to all as “Steve”, 85, of the Douglas Crossroads Community, passed away peacefully at his residence on Tuesday, July 21, 2020.
 
Look at the News, riots in most major cities. Our statues and other memorials are being defaced or destroyed.
Look at the News, riots in most major cities. Our statues and other memorials are being defaced or destroyed.
 
Last night’s winter weather brought snow across North Carolina, downed trees and caused power outages around the state.
Last night’s winter weather brought snow across North Carolina, downed trees and caused power outages around the state.
 
Lena Adelaide “Tillie” Woolard Braddy, age 73, a resident of the Douglas Crossroads community, Washington, died Friday, November 29, 2019 surrounded by the ones she loved.
Lena Adelaide “Tillie” Woolard Braddy, age 73, a resident of the Douglas Crossroads community, Washington, died Friday, November 29, 2019 surrounded by the ones she loved.
 
How can North Carolina pay for the construction and maintenance of roads in the future?
How can North Carolina pay for the construction and maintenance of roads in the future?
 
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
 
Today, North Carolina Senators Thom Tillis and Richard Burr announced the North Carolina Department of Transportation will receive a $19.9 million Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery (TIGER) grant for Raleigh, NC
Today, North Carolina Senators Thom Tillis and Richard Burr announced the North Carolina Department of Transportation will receive a $19.9 million Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery (TIGER) grant for Raleigh, NC
 
Before the advent of the automobile - and thus before the advent of car and gas taxes to fund surface transportation - North Carolina and other states had public roads
Before the advent of the automobile - and thus before the advent of car and gas taxes to fund surface transportation - North Carolina and other states had public roads
 
Today, President Donald J. Trump released his legislative goals to rebuild our Nation's crumbling infrastructure
Today, President Donald J. Trump released his legislative goals to rebuild our Nation's crumbling infrastructure
 
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
 
New York Air Brake, LLC (NYAB), a global manufacturer of innovative train control systems for the railroad industry, will expand operations at its Premtec Division in Rowan County, Governor Roy Cooper announced today
New York Air Brake, LLC (NYAB), a global manufacturer of innovative train control systems for the railroad industry, will expand operations at its Premtec Division in Rowan County, Governor Roy Cooper announced today
 
I published the bit of Foolishness below to my Wildly Popular (Or is It?) Foolishness...Or Is It? Blog Site (forii.blogspot.com) in October 2011. If it was Funny back then, it is still Funny today because Silliness is Never Outdated.
I published the bit of Foolishness below to my Wildly Popular (Or is It?) Foolishness...Or Is It? Blog Site (forii.blogspot.com) in October 2011. If it was Funny back then, it is still Funny today because Silliness is Never Outdated.
 
State Rep. John Torbett has filed a bill aimed at giving motorcyclists equal access to roads and parking lots or decks that are open to the general public
State Rep. John Torbett has filed a bill aimed at giving motorcyclists equal access to roads and parking lots or decks that are open to the general public
 
The special session of the General Assembly that convened today is taking a harsh view of the controversial plan to add high-occupancy tolling lanes to the center corridor of Interstate 77 north of Charlotte
The special session of the General Assembly that convened today is taking a harsh view of the controversial plan to add high-occupancy tolling lanes to the center corridor of Interstate 77 north of Charlotte
 
Beaufort County has conducted roadside pick-up and collection of vegetative and C&D (construction and demolition) debris caused Hurricane Matthew.
Beaufort County has conducted roadside pick-up and collection of vegetative and C&D (construction and demolition) debris caused Hurricane Matthew.
 
Our pioneer forefathers followed Indian foot paths through the forest and founded small settlements and later built dirt roads to the Trading Posts.
Our pioneer forefathers followed Indian foot paths through the forest and founded small settlements and later built dirt roads to the Trading Posts.
 
Since Elections fever is in the air, I thought I would pass along this explanation of why Bureaucracies never die.
Since Elections fever is in the air, I thought I would pass along this explanation of why Bureaucracies never die.
 
We are getting more than our fair share of business - and controversy - from Spain.
 
Governor Pat McCrory released the following statement on the North Carolina House's Connect NC bond proposal.
Governor Pat McCrory released the following statement on the North Carolina House's Connect NC bond proposal.
 
The City of Greensboro has joined a growing number of cities and towns expressing official support for placing Governor Pat McCrory's Connect NC bond proposal on the ballot.
The City of Greensboro has joined a growing number of cities and towns expressing official support for placing Governor Pat McCrory's Connect NC bond proposal on the ballot.
 
The N.C. Chamber is resurrecting an idea to pay for roads that eventually could confront concerns over the growing gap between increasing highway use and dwindling fuel tax revenues.
The N.C. Chamber is resurrecting an idea to pay for roads that eventually could confront concerns over the growing gap between increasing highway use and dwindling fuel tax revenues.
 
Governor Pat McCrory's Connect NC bond proposal has gained the support of two key Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPOs).
 
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...
 
Governor Pat McCrory visited the State Highway Patrol Training Academy today to discuss Connect NC projects proposed for the State Highway Patrol.
Governor Pat McCrory visited the State Highway Patrol Training Academy today to discuss Connect NC projects proposed for the State Highway Patrol.
 
Cities across North Carolina are officially expressing support for placing Governor Pat McCrory's Connect NC bond proposal on the ballot in November. The City of Morganton, the Town of Kernersville and Elizabeth City have all passed resolutions in support of the Connect NC bond package.
Cities across North Carolina are officially expressing support for placing Governor Pat McCrory's Connect NC bond proposal on the ballot in November. The City of Morganton, the Town of Kernersville and Elizabeth City have all passed resolutions in support of the Connect NC bond package.
 
Governor Pat McCrory visited North Carolina A&T State University today to discuss Connect NC bond projects planned for the school and to tour the NC A&T College of Engineering. The Governor, Transportation Secretary Tony Tata, Budget Director Lee Roberts, and Education Advisor Eric Guckian joined...
Governor Pat McCrory visited North Carolina A&T State University today to discuss Connect NC bond projects planned for the school and to tour the NC A&T College of Engineering. The Governor, Transportation Secretary Tony Tata, Budget Director Lee Roberts, and Education Advisor Eric Guckian joined...
 
Governor Pat McCrory unveiled the Connect NC bond proposals that will connect North Carolina cities and towns by building roads, upgrading technology and constructing education facilities.
Governor Pat McCrory unveiled the Connect NC bond proposals that will connect North Carolina cities and towns by building roads, upgrading technology and constructing education facilities.
 
Leaders have been telling us for more than a decade. We want the rest of the story, specifically how are we going to pay for them.
Leaders have been telling us for more than a decade. We want the rest of the story, specifically how are we going to pay for them.
 
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.
 
It wouldn't make much sense to buy beer for alcoholics in an effort to reduce alcoholism. So why is the state using tax dollars to mail garbage to suspected litterers?
It wouldn't make much sense to buy beer for alcoholics in an effort to reduce alcoholism. So why is the state using tax dollars to mail garbage to suspected litterers?
 
The N.C. Department of Health and Human Services continues the successful roll out of Crossroads, an IT system that is improving the way WIC benefits are delivered.
The N.C. Department of Health and Human Services continues the successful roll out of Crossroads, an IT system that is improving the way WIC benefits are delivered.
 
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.
 
A committee is quietly working away on a draft of the North Carolina Republican Party's 2014 platform.
 
We’re getting a lot of propaganda about the importance of beating Democrats this year. But HOW do you sell that idea when you have some Republicans who are as into statism as the Democrats are?
We’re getting a lot of propaganda about the importance of beating Democrats this year. But HOW do you sell that idea when you have some Republicans who are as into statism as the Democrats are?
 
We got hit with headlines this week suggesting that roadwork across the state could grind to a halt very soon -- thanks to the Federal Highway Trust Fund running out of money
We got hit with headlines this week suggesting that roadwork across the state could grind to a halt very soon -- thanks to the Federal Highway Trust Fund running out of money
 
I wrote an article about ferry tolling last week. That article talked about current events. The issue of a major policy change in funding transportation has been around since at least 2007.
I wrote an article about ferry tolling last week. That article talked about current events. The issue of a major policy change in funding transportation has been around since at least 2007.
 
Why release hypothetical November matchup results when filing hasn't started and we still have a May primary election?
Why release hypothetical November matchup results when filing hasn't started and we still have a May primary election?
 
Traffic jams happen when too many cars try to traverse too little roadway. Thus there are two main ways to reduce the number of traffic jams. One is to reduce the number of cars trying to travel the same road at the same time. The other is to increase the road capacity that cars can travel.
Traffic jams happen when too many cars try to traverse too little roadway. Thus there are two main ways to reduce the number of traffic jams. One is to reduce the number of cars trying to travel the same road at the same time. The other is to increase the road capacity that cars can travel.
 
Don't look now, but North Carolina's long-maligned highway system is showing signs of significant improvement.
Don't look now, but North Carolina's long-maligned highway system is showing signs of significant improvement.
 
Don't look now, but North Carolina's long-maligned highway system is showing signs of significant improvement.
Don't look now, but North Carolina's long-maligned highway system is showing signs of significant improvement.
 
Adelaide Houston DeRosa, 82, of New Bern, passed away on Sunday, June 30, 2013. Mrs. DeRosa was born on Oct. 21, 1930 in Pantego, NC, the daughter of Laird and Nora Houston. She was a graduate of New Bern High School, class of 1949, and of Craven Community College.
Adelaide Houston DeRosa, 82, of New Bern, passed away on Sunday, June 30, 2013. Mrs. DeRosa was born on Oct. 21, 1930 in Pantego, NC, the daughter of Laird and Nora Houston. She was a graduate of New Bern High School, class of 1949, and of Craven Community College.
 
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