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Bars that had their liquor licenses suspended due to COVID-19 shutdowns may have gotten a reprieve, thanks to a deal announced by the head of the House ABC Committee and the chairman of the state ABC Commission.
Bars that had their liquor licenses suspended due to COVID-19 shutdowns may have gotten a reprieve, thanks to a deal announced by the head of the House ABC Committee and the chairman of the state ABC Commission.
 
Two Capitol Police officers have been suspended for their alleged actions during the riots that recently rocked the Capitol, Rep. Tim Ryan (D-OH) told reporters Monday.
Two Capitol Police officers have been suspended for their alleged actions during the riots that recently rocked the Capitol, Rep. Tim Ryan (D-OH) told reporters Monday.
 
Next week, the NC State Board of Education will discuss and likely approve the draft Consolidated Data Report for the 2014-15 school year. The report includes data on school crime and violence, suspensions, expulsions, corporal punishment, reassignments for disciplinary reasons, alternative...
Next week, the NC State Board of Education will discuss and likely approve the draft Consolidated Data Report for the 2014-15 school year. The report includes data on school crime and violence, suspensions, expulsions, corporal punishment, reassignments for disciplinary reasons, alternative...
 
DHHS is reminding parents to ensure children are up-to-date with vaccines to avoid suspension from school. North Carolina law requires children who are home-schooled or attend a public, private, charter or religious school to be up-to-date with North Carolina-required vaccinations within 30...
DHHS is reminding parents to ensure children are up-to-date with vaccines to avoid suspension from school. North Carolina law requires children who are home-schooled or attend a public, private, charter or religious school to be up-to-date with North Carolina-required vaccinations within 30...
 
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