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North Carolina state lawmakers push for new NC-09 primary - Politico — North Carolina state lawmakers push for new NC-09 primary  PoliticoCastro launches exploratory committee; Castro endorses Castro — Soros plans on sitting out presidential primary.
NC's Mark Meadows won't be Trump's next chief of staff - WNCT — NC's Mark Meadows won't be Trump's next chief of staff  WNCTThe White House says President Donald Trump has told Rep. Mark Meadows that he's needed in Congress and won't be Trump's next chief of staff.
Raleigh FBI raid | 5 more with Russia ties face charges - The News & Observer — Raleigh FBI raid | 5 more with Russia ties face charges  The News & ObserverA man whose North Raleigh home was raided by the FBI last month is accused of money laundering, plotting a murder-for-hire and defrauding the Russian ...
New proposals released by NCWRC - Sports - Lexington Dispatch — New proposals released by NCWRC - Sports  Lexington DispatchThe N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission has released its new proposals for 2019-2020. The proposals related to inland fishing concern changes in regulations ...
NC-9 Special Election Almost a Guarantee in 2019 - Newsmax — NC-9 Special Election Almost a Guarantee in 2019  NewsmaxNewsmax's John Gizzi reports it is virtually a foregone conclusion the Democratic-controlled House will not seat Republican Mark Harris as U.S. Representative ...
Cheating in North Carolina - Sunbury News — Cheating in North Carolina  Sunbury NewsFILE - In this Nov. 7, 2018, file photo, Mark Harris speaks to the media during a news conference in Matthews, N.C. The nation's last unresolved fall ...
Fordham, John "Jack" Harry - Winston-Salem Journal — Fordham, John "Jack" Harry  Winston-Salem JournalWINSTON-SALEM July 23, 1939 - Dec. 8, 2018 John "Jack" Harry Fordham, 79, entered the arms of his friend and Savior on December 8, 2018 in Palliative ...
John Trump: Squabble over NC elections board ends where it began - Salisbury Post - Salisbury Post — John Trump: Squabble over NC elections board ends where it began - Salisbury Post  Salisbury PostWe've taken many, arduous, often tedious steps. Only to return to where we began, having gone nowhere. In late 2016, as Gov. Roy Cooper was preparing to ...
Voter Issue Holds Back North Carolina Republican Mark Harris - Newsmax — Voter Issue Holds Back North Carolina Republican Mark Harris  NewsmaxNewsmax's John Gizzi reports Republican Rep.-elect Mark Harris, R-N.C., whose election in the Charlotte-based 9th District is enmeshed in controversy, almost ...
Sonic Automotive bringing 500 jobs to Gaston County - Gaston Gazette — Sonic Automotive bringing 500 jobs to Gaston County  Gaston GazetteSonic Automotive (NYSE: SAH) will open a marketing resource and customer contact center in Gaston County, creating 500 jobs, Gov. Roy Cooper announced ...
Cambridge in Charlotte: British education comes to the suburbs, and NC takes note - The Charlotte Observer — Cambridge in Charlotte: British education comes to the suburbs, and NC takes note  The Charlotte ObserverA handful of public schools in the Charlotte area are bringing the Cambridge international program to North Carolina. Educators say the intense British ...
SCHUMACHER, Robert H. “Bob” - Buffalo News — SCHUMACHER, Robert H. “Bob”  Buffalo NewsSCHUMACHER - Robert H. Bob Age 88, of Charlotte, North Carolina, died on December 3, 2018 in Corpus Christi, Texas with his family at his side. Bob was ...
One North Carolina family celebrates 100 years of reunions - Greensboro News & Record — One North Carolina family celebrates 100 years of reunions  Greensboro News & RecordRED SPRINGS, N.C. (AP) — One long row of tables was for food. Another was for memories. In the old Allendale schoolhouse and on the acres of farmland ...
Republican Mark Harris at center of NC 9th District scandal - The Charlotte Observer — Republican Mark Harris at center of NC 9th District scandal  The Charlotte ObserverWho is Mark Harris? The former pastor of First Baptist Church in Charlotte, Harris' rise paralleled the fusion of the religious right and the Republican Party.
In 2 NC counties with 'rough politics,' election fraud claims are nothing new - The Herald-Sun — In 2 NC counties with 'rough politics,' election fraud claims are nothing new  The Herald-SunInvestigators want to learn whether political operators illegally harvested absentee ballots in Bladen and neighboring Robeson County, leading to a fraud ...
OPINION, John Hood: Don't backtrack on school choice in N.C. - New Bern Sun Journal — OPINION, John Hood: Don't backtrack on school choice in N.C.  New Bern Sun JournalSchool choice has sometimes proved to be a partisan issue. That's unfortunate.
Photos: Gov. Cooper visits White Oak High School - Jacksonville Daily News — Photos: Gov. Cooper visits White Oak High School  Jacksonville Daily NewsNorth Carolina Governor Roy Cooper III alongside Brandon Dillman, earth & science teacher as he visits White Oak High School Thursday, Dec. 6, 2018.
Under tort reform law, nurse's paperwork mix-up was med-mal - North Carolina Lawyers Weekly — Under tort reform law, nurse's paperwork mix-up was med-mal  North Carolina Lawyers WeeklyClaims for administrative negligence against a health care provider must meet the heightened pleading requirements for a medical malpractice claim, rather ...
Shay, Kevin John - Winston-Salem Journal — Shay, Kevin John  Winston-Salem JournalCLEMMONS July 19, 1979 - Nov. 9, 2018 Cpl. Kevin John Shay, 39, of Clemmons, passed away unexpectedly on November 9, 2018. Kevin was born on July 19 ...
Photos: PHOTOS: North Gaston-South Point - Gaston Gazette — Photos: PHOTOS: North Gaston-South Point  Gaston GazetteImages from the North Gaston at South Point basketball game Friday December 7. [JOHN CLARK/THE GASTON GAZETTE]. [1/29]. South Point's Kendall Davis ...
Jane Phillips: The Washington Family Dynasty of Kinston, NC - Part 3 - Neuse News — Jane Phillips: The Washington Family Dynasty of Kinston, NC - Part 3  Neuse NewsPart 3 – Susannah Sarah (Susan) Washington Graham. Susannah Sarah Washington was born in Kinston on 26 Feb 1816. She was called Susan by the family ...
New principal announced for Carolina Day School - Mountain Xpress — New principal announced for Carolina Day School  Mountain XpressASHEVILLE, NC, December 13, 2018 — Carolina Day School (CDS) announced that, after a national search, Dr. John Daves will become the new principal of ...
Death after heart surgery leads to $1.4M settlement - North Carolina Lawyers Weekly — Death after heart surgery leads to $1.4M settlement  North Carolina Lawyers WeeklyThe widower of a North Carolina woman who died after heart surgery has confidentially settled a wrongful death lawsuit for $1.4 million, her attorney reported.
East Carolina Pirates hire Mike Houston as football coach, Jon Gilbert as AD - ESPN — East Carolina Pirates hire Mike Houston as football coach, Jon Gilbert as AD  ESPNEast Carolina hired athletic director Jon Gilbert, who then announced that James Madison Dukes coach Mike Houston would now coach the Pirates.
St. John’s recruiting: Ian Steere to transfer to St. John’s - Rumble In The Garden — St. John’s recruiting: Ian Steere to transfer to St. John’s  Rumble In The GardenBig man will join St. John's in the spring, likely paying own way, and will be a big presence next season.
Football coaching changes aplenty for NC colleges - North State Journal — Football coaching changes aplenty for NC colleges  North State JournalA week after North Carolina got it spinning with the hiring of Mack Brown, the college football coaching carousel is still spinning at full speed at state schools.
Jane Phillips: The Washington Family Dynasty of Kinston, NC - Part 2 - Neuse News — Jane Phillips: The Washington Family Dynasty of Kinston, NC - Part 2  Neuse NewsRead about how the Kinston to Goldsboro railroad started, what hardtack is, the impact of the Civil War to business in Lenoir County, and more as Jane Phillips ...
Remembering George H.W. Bush's NC State Visits - NC State News — Remembering George H.W. Bush's NC State Visits  NC State NewsWho would have thought that the mitt used by the visiting first baseman that April afternoon in 1948 at Riddick Stadium would spend four years in the bottom ...
N.C. election officials plan hearing over fraud concerns in U.S. House race, raising possibility of new election - The Washington Post — N.C. election officials plan hearing over fraud concerns in U.S. House race, raising possibility of new election  The Washington PostNorth Carolina officials voted Friday to continue investigating fraud in the 9th Congressional District election, potentially delaying certification of the results for ...
news Stats You Need To Know As Carolina Hosts New Orleans Christian McCaffrey is closing in - Panthers.com — news Stats You Need To Know As Carolina Hosts New Orleans Christian McCaffrey is closing in  Panthers.comCarolina returns home to face division foe New Orleans on Monday Night Football. The Saints are Carolina's most frequent opponent over the franchise's history, ...
Recruiting visits from Ian Steere, Cam Mack to St. John’s this weekend - Rumble In The Garden — Recruiting visits from Ian Steere, Cam Mack to St. John’s this weekend  Rumble In The GardenRecruiting happens all year for college basketball teams. And at St. John's, the transfer window is always open, as players look for different approaches and ...
Duke University Begins Work on 10,000-Acre 'Carbon Farm' in Eastern NC - Duke Today — Duke University Begins Work on 10,000-Acre 'Carbon Farm' in Eastern NC  Duke TodayDURHAM, N.C. -- Duke University has acquired rights to create a 10000-acre 'carbon farm' on privately owned land in eastern North Carolina.
Rural Leaders, Residents Have Questions About Mission-HCA Deal - North Carolina Health News — Rural Leaders, Residents Have Questions About Mission-HCA Deal  North Carolina Health NewsWestern NC elected officials and residents are asking questions about the purchase of Mission Health System and a new foundation the sale would fund.
An HBCU bowl game wins out over NCAA playoffs - The Undefeated — An HBCU bowl game wins out over NCAA playoffs  The UndefeatedThe Air Force Reserve Celebration Bowl this weekend in Atlanta is the first of 41 nationally televised bowl games, giving historically black colleges and univer…
John Arrowood elected as first LGBTQ+ statewide politician in the South - The Daily Tar Heel — John Arrowood elected as first LGBTQ+ statewide politician in the South  The Daily Tar HeelJohn Arrowood made history during the midterm election last week when he became the first LGBTQ candidate elected to statewide office in the South.
242 - 152 LGBTQ Elected Officials Call on 116th Congress to Act on Four Key Initiatives - Gay Lesbian Bi Trans News Archive - Windy City Times — 242 - 152 LGBTQ Elected Officials Call on 116th Congress to Act on Four Key Initiatives - Gay Lesbian Bi Trans News Archive  Windy City Times2018-12-12. Washington, DC — More than 150 openly LGBTQ elected officials and newly elected officials from across the nation are calling on the incoming ...
Jan 11-Jun 1: The Great Enemy of Truth by Elizabeth Alexander with sound by Todd Bowser - Appalachian State University — Jan 11-Jun 1: The Great Enemy of Truth by Elizabeth Alexander with sound by Todd Bowser  Appalachian State UniversityThe Great Enemy of Truth is a site-specific installation by Elizabeth Alexander with an integral sound component by Todd Bowser. The artists will transform the ...
North Carolina leaders remember John McCain - Spectrum News — North Carolina leaders remember John McCain  Spectrum NewsNORTH CAROLINA -- John McCain is leaving behind a legacy in the United States. North Carolina leaders are among those sharing positive memories and ...
HPU’s Nido Qubein is nation’s sixth highest-paid private college president - Greensboro News & Record — HPU’s Nido Qubein is nation’s sixth highest-paid private college president  Greensboro News & RecordFor the third time in four years a leader of an area university ranks as one of the highest-paid college presidents in the country. Nido Qubein — president of High ...
JOHN QUINTERNO: Lessons (not) learned: North Carolina's labor market 10 years after the "Great Recession" - WRAL.com — JOHN QUINTERNO: Lessons (not) learned: North Carolina's labor market 10 years after the "Great Recession"  WRAL.comFriday, August 31, 2018 -- North Carolina's labor market has failed North Carolinians for the past decade, if not longer, leading to downward mobility and ...
John Hood: North Carolina will recover and thrive - Winston-Salem Journal — John Hood: North Carolina will recover and thrive  Winston-Salem JournalRALEIGH — Do you want to hear some good news? For many readers across North Carolina who are still suffering from or cleaning up after the ravages of ...
Elton John farewell tour to make stops in Raleigh, Charlotte - Spectrum News — Elton John farewell tour to make stops in Raleigh, Charlotte  Spectrum NewsNORTH CAROLINA -- Elton John's farewell tour, "Farewell Yellow Brick Road," is now planning to make stops in both Raleigh and Charlotte in 2019. RALEIGH ...
John Hood: Wheel of politics in North Carolina always turns - Greensboro News & Record — John Hood: Wheel of politics in North Carolina always turns  Greensboro News & RecordRALEIGH — In politics, the karma may not be instant — but it will get you, sooner or later. Want examples? Just check out the political headlines of the past.
Senate 2020: Republican exposure on paper, but not necessarily in practice - Rasmussen Reports — Senate 2020: Republican exposure on paper, but not necessarily in practice  Rasmussen ReportsThursday, December 13, 2018. GOP defending a lot of turf, but much of it is dark red. KEY POINTS FROM THIS ARTICLE. — Of the 34 Senate races on the ballot ...
Elton John is bringing his farewell tour to Raleigh, and it’s time to get tickets - The News & Observer — Elton John is bringing his farewell tour to Raleigh, and it’s time to get tickets  The News & ObserverElton John is going to retire from touring, but his 300-stop “Farewell Yellow Brick Road” tour will bring him to Raleigh's PNC Arena in 2019.
Bill Leslie: John Tesh Induction to NC Music Hall of Fame - WRAL.com — Bill Leslie: John Tesh Induction to NC Music Hall of Fame  WRAL.comOver the weekend I had the honor of introducing John Tesh into the North Carolina Music Hall of Fame in Kannapolis.
John Hood: Monument protests in North Carolina marred by illegality - Greensboro News & Record — John Hood: Monument protests in North Carolina marred by illegality  Greensboro News & RecordRALEIGH — If critics of Confederate monuments truly want to accomplish their goal of removing such objects from the public square, I'm a good example of the ...
JOHN HOOD COLUMN: What’s the ‘value’ of NC public schools? - Statesville Record & Landmark — JOHN HOOD COLUMN: What’s the ‘value’ of NC public schools?  Statesville Record & LandmarkIf I told you that North Carolina had one of America's top-ranked systems of public education, there are at least three ways you could respond.
Elton John 2018 Farewell Tour: NC, SC Dates - Patch.com — Elton John 2018 Farewell Tour: NC, SC Dates  Patch.comElton John 2018 Farewell Tour: NC, SC Dates - Charlotte, NC - The pop and rock legend has scheduled two shows in the Carolinas during the three-year, ...
JOHN HOOD COLUMN: Conflicting signals in new NC polls - Statesville Record & Landmark — JOHN HOOD COLUMN: Conflicting signals in new NC polls  Statesville Record & LandmarkRALEIGH — Will Democrats deliver a punishing blow to Republicans in this year's midterm elections in North Carolina? Or will the much-vaunted “blue wave” ...
UNC Health Care boosts the pay of 9,000 employees as it raises minimum wage - The News & Observer — UNC Health Care boosts the pay of 9,000 employees as it raises minimum wage  The News & ObserverUNC Health Care plans to raise its minimum wage to $15 an hour, resulting in pay increases for 9000 employees. The wage adjustment is limited to the Triangle ...
JOHN SCHWARTZ & RICHARD FAUSSET: Warned of rising seas, N.C. chose to favor development - WRAL.com — JOHN SCHWARTZ & RICHARD FAUSSET: Warned of rising seas, N.C. chose to favor development  WRAL.comEDITOR'S NOTE: John Schwartz is a science writer for The New York Times, focusing on climate change. Richard Fausset is a correspondent based in Atlanta.
Drew Heath, John Arrowood seek Seat 1 on NC Court of Appeals - Asheville Citizen-Times — Drew Heath, John Arrowood seek Seat 1 on NC Court of Appeals  Asheville Citizen-TimesTwo candidates are vying for Seat 1 on the N.C. Court of Appeals. It's one of three seats on the 15-member court that is up for grabs in the Nov. 6 election.
Rammacher, Sr., John A. - Greensboro News & Record — Rammacher, Sr., John A.  Greensboro News & RecordKERNERSVILLE John A. Rammacher, Sr., passed away peacefully on August, 24 at Beacon Place, Hospice of Greensboro, North Carolina. While born in Ionia, ...
John Hood: Undecided voters lean to the right on key issues in North Carolina - Greensboro News & Record — John Hood: Undecided voters lean to the right on key issues in North Carolina  Greensboro News & RecordRALEIGH — If North Carolina Republicans are to maintain solid control of both chambers of the General Assembly, they can't just turn out the GOP base this fall.
John Hart, author of “The Hush,” and John Grisham in Raleigh - The News & Observer — John Hart, author of “The Hush,” and John Grisham in Raleigh  The News & ObserverWhen John Grisham appears with John Hart Friday in Raleigh, it's more than just business. It's a favor to a friend. Hart, a North Carolina native, lives near the ...
NC House 62: John Faircloth (R) (i) - Greensboro News & Record — NC House 62: John Faircloth (R) (i)  Greensboro News & RecordAge: 79. Profession: Retired chief of police, broker and owner of real estate firm. Highest degree earned: Master of public affairs (administration), ...
Author John Grisham says most NC death row inmates did not receive a fair trial - The Herald-Sun — Author John Grisham says most NC death row inmates did not receive a fair trial  The Herald-SunThe vast majority of North Carolina's death row inmates were tried in the 1990s before the state passed a whole slew of new laws to make capital prosecutions ...
Butterfield's bill naming Durham Courthouse after John Hervey Wheeler passes House - WTVD-TV — Butterfield's bill naming Durham Courthouse after John Hervey Wheeler passes House  WTVD-TVCongressman G. K. Butterfield's bill, H.R. 3460, to designate the United States courthouse located on East Chapel Hill Street in Durham as the "John Hervey ...
John Tesh among seven artists to be inducted into NC Music Hall - WCTI12.com — John Tesh among seven artists to be inducted into NC Music Hall  WCTI12.comJohn Tesh and Chris Daughtry are among seven artists who will be inducted into the N.C. Music Hall of Fame on Oct. 18.Tesh, who went to N.C. State, and ...
John Ehle, celebrated writer and founder of the N.C. School of Arts, dies at age 92 - Greensboro News & Record — John Ehle, celebrated writer and founder of the N.C. School of Arts, dies at age 92  Greensboro News & RecordWinston-Salem author John Ehle, who at 92 was considered one of North Carolina's greatest writers and a formidable promoter of the humanities in the state, ...
Which NC districts might flip? These 10 Democrats have more cash than GOP incumbents. - The Charlotte Observer — Which NC districts might flip? These 10 Democrats have more cash than GOP incumbents.  The Charlotte ObserverTo break the Republican supermajority in the N.C. General Assembly, Democrats need to win four House seats or six Senate seats. In 10 key GOP-held districts, ...
NC Court of Appeals (Arrowood seat): John Arrowood (D) (i) - Greensboro News & Record — NC Court of Appeals (Arrowood seat): John Arrowood (D) (i)  Greensboro News & RecordAge: 61. Profession: Judge, N.C. Court of Appeals. Highest degree earned: J.D., UNC Chapel Hill, 1982. Leadership experience: I served six years on both the ...
North Carolina man arrested for trying to meet with a minor for sex in Beckley, WV - WV News — North Carolina man arrested for trying to meet with a minor for sex in Beckley, WV  WV NewsBECKLEY — A man from North Carolina traveled to West Virginia to meet with a minor.
John McClure Vance | Avery - Avery Journal Times — John McClure Vance | Avery  Avery Journal TimesJohn McClure Vance, 53, of Bent Rd. in Spruce Pine, NC went home to be with the Lord, Sept. 18, 2018. He was the son of the late Sam and.
Outsiders help North Carolina politicians think outside the box - The News & Observer — Outsiders help North Carolina politicians think outside the box  The News & ObserverJohn Ehle, who died last month at age 92 in Winston-Salem, was a singular figure in Tar Heel politics. Ehle didn't attend political functions, was not interested in ...
He jumped in the water to save his dog. Then he was swept over an NC waterfall. - News & Observer — He jumped in the water to save his dog. Then he was swept over an NC waterfall.  News & ObserverJohn Shaffer, of Charleston, South Carolina, died after being swept over Rainbow Falls in Pisgah National Forest, just outside Gorges State Park, officials said.
Four area football players named to N.C. roster for Shrine Bowl - Greensboro News & Record — Four area football players named to N.C. roster for Shrine Bowl  Greensboro News & RecordFour area football players have been named to Dudley coach Steven Davis' N.C. roster for the annual Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas.
Wilmington access cut off as Florence flooding overwhelms North Carolina; 32 dead - USA TODAY — Wilmington access cut off as Florence flooding overwhelms North Carolina; 32 dead  USA TODAYStorm-weary residents of North Carolina struggled Monday to loosen the grip of Florence, the lingering killer that has closed more than 100 roads, cut off power ...
John Bell Performs New Song In North Carolina - JamBase — John Bell Performs New Song In North Carolina  JamBaseWatch Widespread Panic guitarist John Bell perform a new song at a talent show held at a country club in Highlands, North Carolina.
Rep. John Ager (D) - NC House District 115 - WLOS — Rep. John Ager (D) - NC House District 115  WLOSRep. John Ager is a Democrat running for NC House District 115. His responses to our candidate questionnaire are noted below. Learn more about Rep.
Raleigh designer's iconic NC 'cue design is at Bed, Bath & Beyond. He hasn't seen a cent. - The Charlotte Observer — Raleigh designer's iconic NC 'cue design is at Bed, Bath & Beyond. He hasn't seen a cent.  The Charlotte ObserverRaleigh's House of Swank owner John Pugh says his iconic North Carolina barbecue T-shirt design is suddenly appearing on Tervis cups at Bed, Bath and ...
The person giving you official travel advice may be an inmate - USA TODAY — The person giving you official travel advice may be an inmate  USA TODAYA unique program in North Carolina trains female inmates to dispense travel advice and handle roadside assistance for official state toll-free numbers.
John Isner makes Greensboro's tennis world proud - Greensboro News & Record — John Isner makes Greensboro's tennis world proud  Greensboro News & RecordGREENSBORO – We can't do breakfast at Wimbledon, but we can do Wimbledon for breakfast.
North Carolina state Rep. John Blust won't seek re-election - Seattle Times — North Carolina state Rep. John Blust won't seek re-election  Seattle TimesRALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — A North Carolina Republican who's served in the General Assembly for 20 years isn't seeking re-election. Rep. John Blust of Greensboro ...
10 North Carolina Musicians Who Shaped American Music - NC State News — 10 North Carolina Musicians Who Shaped American Music  NC State NewsTen legendary musicians that make a case for the importance of North Carolina as a root source for American sound.
Florence kills 3.4 million chickens, 5,500 pigs in NC - The News & Observer — Florence kills 3.4 million chickens, 5,500 pigs in NC  The News & ObserverSo far 3.4 million chickens and turkeys, and 5500 hogs are dead in North Carolina from Hurricane Florence wind and floods. The numbers are expected to ...
NC is a model of fiscal responsibility - The News & Observer — NC is a model of fiscal responsibility  The News & ObserverNC growth looks healthy as the rainy-day fund grows and spending is kept under control.
Here are the candidates for 3 seats on the NC Court of Appeals - The Charlotte Observer — Here are the candidates for 3 seats on the NC Court of Appeals  The Charlotte ObserverDemocrats are trying to narrow a Republican advantage on the NC Court of Appeals. Candidates are John Arrowood, Andrew Heath, Jefferson Griffin, Toby ...
Florence aftermath: 35 dead; flooding leaves North Carolina residents seeking food, water - USA TODAY — Florence aftermath: 35 dead; flooding leaves North Carolina residents seeking food, water  USA TODAYProsperous, vibrant Wilmington opened distribution centers for food, water and tarps Tuesday as officials in the North Carolina city struggled to feed a population ...
Kyler Murray, Tua Tagovailoa headline USA TODAY Sports' All-America teams - USA TODAY — Kyler Murray, Tua Tagovailoa headline USA TODAY Sports' All-America teams  USA TODAYKyler Murray and Tua Tagovailoa top the USA TODAY Sports 2018 All-America teams, which include heavy representation from the four playoff contenders.
Fowler, John Blackburn - Greensboro News & Record — Fowler, John Blackburn  Greensboro News & RecordMADISON John Blackburn Fowler, 82, entered his eternal rest on July 13, 2018. The family will receive friends from 1 until 3 p.m., Sunday, July 15, 2018, ...
Skeleton of Strangled Boy Abandoned by an Interstate May Finally Be Identified — and Killer Found - PEOPLE.com — Skeleton of Strangled Boy Abandoned by an Interstate May Finally Be Identified — and Killer Found  PEOPLE.comAuthorities are "hopeful" the case of unidentified homicide victim John Mebane Doe, found in North Carolina in 1998, can finally be solved.
Sen. John McCain Remembered by NC Reps, Other Lawmakers Across the U.S. - WFMYNews2.com — Sen. John McCain Remembered by NC Reps, Other Lawmakers Across the U.S.  WFMYNews2.comSenator John McCain passed away Saturday. He was 81. McCain's family announced Friday the senator had stopped treatment for his brain cancer. McCain ...
How an N.C. writer and idea man changed my life - News & Observer — How an N.C. writer and idea man changed my life  News & ObserverI never met the writer and idea man John Ehle, who died recently, yet he shaped my life's flight—and that of uncounted others over the last fifty years.
Jalen Lecque, Day'Ron Sharpe headline 2018 John Wall Holiday Invitational Field - The Charlotte Observer — Jalen Lecque, Day'Ron Sharpe headline 2018 John Wall Holiday Invitational Field  The Charlotte ObserverBroughton High School will once again be the site of the one of the best prep basketball tournaments in the nation. The John Wall Holiday Invitational ...
John and Mabel Dillard's lasting impact felt in community today - Greensboro News & Record — John and Mabel Dillard's lasting impact felt in community today  Greensboro News & RecordMADISON — Earlier this year, when school officials were searching for a new name for the merged Dillard Elementary School and New Vision School of Math, ...
NC Gov. Cooper appoints an elections board member Republicans fought - The Charlotte Observer — NC Gov. Cooper appoints an elections board member Republicans fought  The Charlotte ObserverThe four Democrats and four Republicans on the new state elections board went 'round and 'round Wednesday, casting tie vote after tie vote, as they looked for ...
Trump to the Rescue (Maybe) in North Carolina - Roll Call — Trump to the Rescue (Maybe) in North Carolina  Roll Call OPINION — When Donald Trump travels to North Carolina this week, it won't be for one of the campaign-style rallies that are his oxygen — especially needed ...
NC House 59: Jon Hardister (R) (i) - Greensboro News & Record — NC House 59: Jon Hardister (R) (i)  Greensboro News & RecordAge: 35. Profession: Marketing/real estate investing. Highest degree earned: Bachelor of Arts, political science, Greensboro College. Leadership experience: ...
Utley, John Wesley - Greensboro News & Record — Utley, John Wesley  Greensboro News & RecordGREENSBORO John Wesley Utley, 78, died at home surrounded by family on Tuesday, July 31, 2018. To family and friends, he was known as Johnny. He was ...
Couple accused of posing as securities dealers and swindling investors out of thousands - The News & Observer — Couple accused of posing as securities dealers and swindling investors out of thousands  The News & ObserverThe N.C. Department of the State this week accused a married couple of posing as securities dealers for nearly a five-year period while swindling their ...
John Burns—Wake County Board of Commissioners, District 7 (Democratic Primary) - The Independent Weekly — John Burns—Wake County Board of Commissioners, District 7 (Democratic Primary)  The Independent WeeklyName as it appears on the ballot: John Burns Campaign website: www.burnsforwake.org. Phone number: 919-306-6906. Email: john@burnsforwake.org
A Wake County candidate’s ad falsely links her Republican rival to a health care bill - The Herald — A Wake County candidate’s ad falsely links her Republican rival to a health care bill  The HeraldDemocrats in North Carolina are campaigning on the idea that the GOP-controlled legislature should do more to improve health care in North Carolina. A recent ...
North Carolina Music Hall of Fame induction ceremony set for Thursday - Independent Tribune — North Carolina Music Hall of Fame induction ceremony set for Thursday  Independent TribuneOn Thursday, Oct. 18 the North Carolina Music Hall of Fame will hold its 10th Annual Induction Ceremony in Kannapolis.
JOHN HOOD COLUMN: Monument protests marred by illegality - Statesville Record & Landmark — JOHN HOOD COLUMN: Monument protests marred by illegality  Statesville Record & LandmarkRALEIGH — If critics of Confederate monuments truly want to accomplish their goal of removing such objects from the public square, I'm a good example of the ...
For the NC Court of Appeals — Arrowood, Hampson, Kitchen - The News & Observer — For the NC Court of Appeals — Arrowood, Hampson, Kitchen  The News & ObserverPolitically, the North Carolina Court of Appeals lacks appeal. Most people don't know what the court does or who serves on it.
We have disaster amnesia. So we keep building at the NC coastline. - News & Observer — We have disaster amnesia. So we keep building at the NC coastline.  News & ObserverSince 1940, development within 50 miles of the Carolina coastline has increased an estimated 2180 percent, or by 1.3 million homes.
National group turns to N.C. in hopes of signing up — and turning out — young voters - Greensboro News & Record — National group turns to N.C. in hopes of signing up — and turning out — young voters  Greensboro News & RecordGREENSBORO — On a recent afternoon at UNCG, a table set up by the front door of the cafeteria offered civic-minded students some Jolly Ranchers and a ...
Putting 'People First' into Law - changing language around disability - North Carolina Health News — Putting 'People First' into Law - changing language around disability  North Carolina Health NewsNorth Carolina's laws contain old-fashioned words describing disability which have evolved to be derogatory. A new puts the people with disabilites first.