Nation & World Briefs - The Recorder — Nation & World Briefs  The RecorderN. Carolina poll workers: County's results counted early RALEIGH, N.C. — Disarray in the administration of the country's last undecided congressional election ...
N. Carolina elections board calls challenged House candidate - WNWO NBC 24 — N. Carolina elections board calls challenged House candidate  WNWO NBC 24The apparent Republican winner of the country's last undecided congressional election is expected to explain why he stuck with a North Carolina political ...
US Catholic Women Speak Out Before Vatican Summit - National Catholic Register — US Catholic Women Speak Out Before Vatican Summit  National Catholic RegisterWhen bishops gather for the summit in Rome this week to address clerical sex abuse, they will have the perspective of thousands of U.S. Catholic women.
[BC-MCT-NEWS-BJT] | Associated Press - Northwest Georgia News — [BC-MCT-NEWS-BJT] | Associated Press  Northwest Georgia News(TNS). Tribune News *Service*. News Budget for Tuesday, February 19, 2019. ^
N.C. A&T presents Human Rights Medal to High Point’s Zaki Khalifa - Greensboro News & Record — N.C. A&T presents Human Rights Medal to High Point’s Zaki Khalifa  Greensboro News & RecordZaki Khalifa plans to sell his business, Zaki Oriental Rugs, and donate his time and money to the people in his native Pakistan.
Watauga, Avery Obituaries – February 19, 2019 - High Country Press — Watauga, Avery Obituaries – February 19, 2019  High Country PressThe following are recent obituary notices from Austin & Barnes and Hampton funeral homes in Boone and Reins-Sturdivant in Newland. Judy W. Matheson
Duke Rowing Recruit Spotlight: Morgan Linsley - GoDuke.com — Duke Rowing Recruit Spotlight: Morgan Linsley  GoDuke.comDURHAM, N.C. – Head coach Megan Cooke Carcagno and the Duke rowing program are pleased to announce the signing of Morgan Linsley to compete for 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 ...
Get ready for smaller districts | News - Independent Tribune — Get ready for smaller districts | News  Independent TribuneRALEIGH — The average public-school district in the United States enrolls about 3700 students, according to a recent Governing magazine analysis. In North ...
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 ...
Christian Right Aided the Ascent of Republican in Disputed North Carolina Race - The New York Times — Christian Right Aided the Ascent of Republican in Disputed North Carolina Race  The New York TimesReligious leaders are rallying around Mark Harris, a pastor turned politician whose victory is under scrutiny as the state conducts an investigation into possible ...
Why this Charlotte solar developer is looking beyond North Carolina to make big investment - Charlotte Business Journal — Why this Charlotte solar developer is looking beyond North Carolina to make big investment  Charlotte Business JournalGreenGo Energy US, based in Charlotte, is a subsidiary of Denmark's GreenGo Energy Group and expects to invest up to $225 million in the North Carolina ...
College basketball rankings: St. John's and Iowa State surge up the rankings while top 4 remain unchanged in Andy Katz's Power 26 - NCAA.com — College basketball rankings: St. John's and Iowa State surge up the rankings while top 4 remain unchanged in Andy Katz's Power 26  NCAA.comIn this week's college basketball Power 36, Andy Katz has St. John's and Iowa State making major moves up the ranking while Michigan remains firmly at the ...
John Paul II Project Brings Saint's Relic to US - National Catholic Register — John Paul II Project Brings Saint's Relic to US  National Catholic RegisterWhen Joseph and Corinne MacDonald headed to the United States in August to tell young people about the John Paul II Project they founded in Kraków, Poland ...
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.
Alumni Visit Gravesites of WWI Fallen | News - NC State News — Alumni Visit Gravesites of WWI Fallen | News  NC State NewsAs part of a worldwide commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the First World War, NC State alumni and military veterans Jerry Hester and Allen Boyette ...
St. John Vianney's Incorrupt Heart Begins US Tour - National Catholic Register — St. John Vianney's Incorrupt Heart Begins US Tour  National Catholic RegisterThe “Heart of a Priest” nationwide relic tour of the incorrupt heart of St. John Vianney, Curé of Ars, the patron of priests, fittingly launched at St Mary Church in ...
Justice, John Luther - Winston-Salem Journal — Justice, John Luther  Winston-Salem JournalWINSTON-SALEM 05/04/1956 - 11/18/2018 Mr. John Luther Justice, 62, passed away on Sunday, November 18, 2018. The funeral *service* will be held at 2 p.m. ...
Fact check: Is John Kerry working for ‘terrorist governments’ as NC candidate says? - The Herald-Sun — Fact check: Is John Kerry working for ‘terrorist governments’ as NC candidate says?  The Herald-SunRepublican Rickey Padgett, a candidate for the North Carolina legislature claims John Kerry is working on behalf of terrorist organizations.
NC man accused of murder-for-hire plot tied to a Russian indicted for election tampering - The News & Observer — NC man accused of murder-for-hire plot tied to a Russian indicted for election tampering  The News & ObserverA wealthy man in Raleigh accused of money laundering and plotting a murder-for-hire has ties to a Russian oligarch who has been indicted on charges of ...
John Hood: Case for incentives strikes out in North Carolina - Greensboro News & Record — John Hood: Case for incentives strikes out in North Carolina  Greensboro News & RecordRALEIGH — North Carolina politicians and policy analysts have been arguing for decades about targeted economic incentives. I have my own view on the ...
Raleigh FBI raid | 5 more with Russia ties face charges | Raleigh - The News & Observer — Raleigh FBI raid | 5 more with Russia ties face charges | Raleigh  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 ...
ND Basketball Loses to NC State, Detailed Recap: Pineapple on Pizza???? - One Foot Down — ND Basketball Loses to NC State, Detailed Recap: Pineapple on Pizza????  One Foot DownThe Irish lost another close one to a ranked team on Saturday. Here's what Pat Rick saw from inside Purcell.
Event Highlights Legacy, Work of African American Cultural Center - NC State News — Event Highlights Legacy, Work of African American Cultural Center  NC State NewsThe U.S. Postal Services selects the African American Cultural Center to unveil its 2018 Kwanzaa stamp, putting a national spotlight on the center, which has ...
Don't judge state amendments by who is in power now - Hickory Daily Record — Don't judge state amendments by who is in power now  Hickory Daily RecordSALISBURY — During a recent debate about one of six constitutional amendments on North Carolina's 2018 ballot, General Assembly special counsel Brent ...
Harris McCready election & NC 9th District fraud allegations | Raleigh - The Charlotte Observer — Harris McCready election & NC 9th District fraud allegations | Raleigh  The Charlotte ObserverNorth Carolina congressional race results between Republican Mark Harris and Democrat Dan McCready for the 9th District House seat are delayed by fraud ...
Liddle, John Ray - Winston-Salem Journal — Liddle, John Ray  Winston-Salem JournalWALNUT COVE 5/12/1945 - 12/26/2018 John Ray Liddle, 73, passed away Wednesday afternoon, December 26, 2018 at Forsyth Medical Center. John was ...
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 ...
Coyote killing tournament sparks anger among activists for tearing families apart - The Herald-Sun — Coyote killing tournament sparks anger among activists for tearing families apart  The Herald-SunA coyote hunting tournament in North Carolina is being targeted by PETA for tearing apart coyote families and creating orphans. The Carolina Coyote Classic ...
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.
Remembering George H.W. Bush's NC State Visits - NC State News — Remembering George H.W. Bush's NC State Visits  NC State NewsFormer President George H.W. Bush, who died Nov. 30, made two trips to NC State, one to play baseball for Yale and another to see NC State's groundbreaking ...
Dan McCready: Calls for 48 subpoenas by elections board | Raleigh - The Herald-Sun — Dan McCready: Calls for 48 subpoenas by elections board | Raleigh  The Herald-SunDemocrat Dan McCready's campaign listed 48 witnesses for the state board of elections to subpoena for a scheduled Jan. 11 hearing into possible election ...
With tears, megachurch Pastor John Gray defends $200K Lamborghini anniversary gift to wife - USA TODAY — With tears, megachurch Pastor John Gray defends $200K Lamborghini anniversary gift to wife  USA TODAYGREENVILLE, S.C. — The new pastor of a South Carolina megachurch gave his wife a $200,000 Lamborghini SUV for their eighth anniversary five days ago, ...
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.
1-on-1 with Jon Evans - WECT — 1-on-1 with Jon Evans  WECTMick Mixon: Panthers' play-by-play guy and life behind the microphone (”1on1 with Jon Evans” podcast). Mick Mixon, play-by-play voice of the NFL's Carolina ...
Quoting ‘The Lorax,’ federal judges reject pipeline’s effort to cross Appalachian Trail - The News & Observer — Quoting ‘The Lorax,’ federal judges reject pipeline’s effort to cross Appalachian Trail  The News & ObserverThe U.S. Court of Appeals in Richmond rejected another federal permit for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline. The court said the US Forest *Service* permit needs more ...
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 ...
Former Buncombe officials Mandy Stone, John Creighton charged with fraud - WLOS — Former Buncombe officials Mandy Stone, John Creighton charged with fraud  WLOSOn Tuesday, a federal grand jury in Asheville returned a criminal bill of indictment charging three former top Buncombe County officials with 32 crimes. Photos: ...
Russian nationals in Raleigh to appear in federal court | Raleigh - The News & Observer — Russian nationals in Raleigh to appear in federal court | Raleigh  The News & ObserverA wealthy Russian who has been living in the Triangle for nearly a decade will appear in federal court Tuesday on charges of money laundering, kickbacks that ...
Whitley, John T. - Winston-Salem Journal — Whitley, John T.  Winston-Salem JournalPFAFFTOWN Sep. 12, 1925 - Dec. 23, 2018 John T. Whitley, 93, of Pfafftown, NC passed away Sunday, December 23, 2018 at Kate B. Reynolds Hospice Home ...
Swansboro, N.C., got 34 inches of rain - and it's still coming down - USA TODAY — Swansboro, N.C., got 34 inches of rain - and it's still coming down  USA TODAYIt started raining Thursday in the North Carolina town of Swansboro and it was still raining Sunday. It's supposed to stop - on Wednesday.
Incumbent, two challengers seek 90th N.C. House seat - Wilkes Journal Patriot — Incumbent, two challengers seek 90th N.C. House seat  Wilkes Journal PatriotThere are three candidates for the 90th District seat in the N.C. House, which includes parts of Wilkes and Surry counties.
Raleigh Russian national will remain in jail after FBI raid | Raleigh - The Herald-Sun — Raleigh Russian national will remain in jail after FBI raid | Raleigh  The Herald-SunA wealthy Russian man who has been the focus of media attention since the FBI raided his mansion earlier this month used a downtown Raleigh condominium ...
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.
John Massie Winston Jr. of Nags Head, Dec. 5 - The Outer Banks Voice — John Massie Winston Jr. of Nags Head, Dec. 5  The Outer Banks VoiceJohn Massie Winston, Jr., 73, of Nags Head, passed away on December 5, 2018. He was the son of the late John Massie Winston, Sr. and Virginia Ramsey ...
'Days away from an ending': Florence leaves 11 dead; flooding fears rise - USA TODAY — 'Days away from an ending': Florence leaves 11 dead; flooding fears rise  USA TODAYA weakened Florence slowed to a crawl over South Carolina on Saturday after leaving at least 11 people dead, and the storm's relentless rains fueled fears of ...
North Carolina Is Ordered to Redraw Its Gerrymandered Congressional Map. Again. - The New York Times — North Carolina Is Ordered to Redraw Its Gerrymandered Congressional Map. Again.  The New York TimesA panel of three federal judges again declared North Carolina's congressional district map to be unconstitutional, ruling on Monday that it was gerrymandered to ...
Days of flooding ahead in the Carolinas as Florence leaves at least 13 dead - CNN — Days of flooding ahead in the Carolinas as Florence leaves at least 13 dead  CNNTropical Storm Florence's relentless rain is flooding parts of the Carolinas and promises even more for days, officials said Saturday, a day after it landed as a ...
Florence kills 5, including infant, in North Carolina, officials say - CNN — Florence kills 5, including infant, in North Carolina, officials say  CNNAt least five people, including a mother and her infant, have died in North Carolina as Tropical Storm Florence slowly moved from the Tar Heel State into South ...
Garrett defeats Wade as other state Senate incumbents win comfortably - Greensboro News & Record — Garrett defeats Wade as other state Senate incumbents win comfortably  Greensboro News & RecordIncumbents Gladys Robinson, Phil Berger, Jerry Tillman and Rick Gunn each won two more years in the N.C. Senate.
Catholic leaders in Charlotte, Raleigh allowed priests to continue ministry despite abuse reports - WBTV — Catholic leaders in Charlotte, Raleigh allowed priests to continue ministry despite abuse reports  WBTVCHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) - Catholic leaders in North Carolina allowed priests to continue serving in active ministry, despite reports that those priests had ...
Massive sex blackmail scheme run by SC inmates targeted military, officials say - Myrtle Beach Online — Massive sex blackmail scheme run by SC inmates targeted military, officials say  Myrtle Beach OnlineMore than 400 military *service* members across the United States have fallen victim to sexual blackmail schemes run by inmates in S.C. prisons, officials said ...
TRUMP VISIT: President Trump signs executive order in Charlotte, calls NC redistricting rule 'unfair' - WSOC Charlotte — TRUMP VISIT: President Trump signs executive order in Charlotte, calls NC redistricting rule 'unfair'  WSOC CharlotteChannel 9 has learned President Donald Trump will sign an executive order in Charlotte this week dealing with retirement.
Orange County sheriff seeks public's help in identifying remains found in the 1990s - WTVD-TV — Orange County sheriff seeks public's help in identifying remains found in the 1990s  WTVD-TVThe Orange County Sheriff's Office and the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children are asking for the public's help identifying two sets of remains that ...
1/11 Letters: Consolidated school districts are better for all of us. - The News & Observer — 1/11 Letters: Consolidated school districts are better for all of us.  The News & ObserverEditorials like John Hood's (“Smaller, multiple school districts coming to NC,” Jan. 8) remind me of the school district I grew up in. Garden City, NY is a ...
Anti-vaccination stronghold in N.C. hit with state’s worst chickenpox outbreak in 2 decades - The Washington Post — Anti-vaccination stronghold in N.C. hit with state’s worst chickenpox outbreak in 2 decades  The Washington PostAs of Friday, there were 36 cases of chickenpox at the Asheville Waldorf School, which serves children from nursery school to sixth grade in Asheville, N.C..
Is pig poop the next fracking? Smithfield Foods about to put energy goals to the test. - The News & Observer — Is pig poop the next fracking? Smithfield Foods about to put energy goals to the test.  The News & ObserverA pledge by Smithfield Foods, the world's largest pork producer, to transform hog manure into a clean natural gas aims to mint hundreds of pig farms in North ...
Judge accepts guilty plea from former assistant county manager Jon Creighton - WLOS — Judge accepts guilty plea from former assistant county manager Jon Creighton  WLOSIn a Tuesday morning hearing, the judge accepted former Buncombe County assistant manager Jon Creighton's guilty plea. The judge asked, "Are you in fact ...
Hurricane Florence strengthens as 1 million people are told to flee US East Coast - CNN — Hurricane Florence strengthens as 1 million people are told to flee US East Coast  CNNWith a Category 4 hurricane rapidly approaching and weather officials issuing a hurricane warning for more than 300 miles of coastline, more than 1 million ...
NC man accused of murder-for-hire plot tied to Russian indicted for election tampering - Asheboro Courier Tribune — NC man accused of murder-for-hire plot tied to Russian indicted for election tampering  Asheboro Courier TribuneRALEIGH — A wealthy man in Raleigh accused of money laundering and plotting a murder-for-hire has ties to a Russian oligarch who has been indicted on ...
CNN’s John Avlon Says Voter Fraud In A Congressional District May Lead To Special Election - The Daily Caller — CNN’s John Avlon Says Voter Fraud In A Congressional District May Lead To Special Election  The Daily CallerCNN senior political analyst John Avlon said a credible case of voter fraud has been discovered in North Carolina's Ninth Congressional District and may end up ...
John Allen Chau: Struggle to retrieve body of man killed by tribe - BBC News — John Allen Chau: Struggle to retrieve body of man killed by tribe  BBC NewsIndian officials are facing a difficult task to retrieve the body of an American missionary reportedly killed by an endangered tribe in the Andaman and Nicobar ...
A Memphis heiress is waging a million-dollar war on NC fraternity after her son’s death - Myrtle Beach Online — A Memphis heiress is waging a million-dollar war on NC fraternity after her son’s death  Myrtle Beach OnlineDeborah Tipton of Memphis is suing the Delta Sigma Phi fraternity chapter at High Point University in North Carolina after her son Robert Tipton's death.
2018 NC Debutante Ball held in Raleigh - North State Journal — 2018 NC Debutante Ball held in Raleigh  North State JournalRALEIGH — On Sept. 7, the Terpsichorean Club of Raleigh held its 92nd North Carolina Debutante Ball at Meymandi Concert Hall in Raleigh. The club ...
Medicaid Changes Get Thumbs Up, as State Pushes Forward with Managed Care - North Carolina Health News — Medicaid Changes Get Thumbs Up, as State Pushes Forward with Managed Care  North Carolina Health NewsThe plan includes looking hard at social problems that keep people from being healthy and integrates solutions to those problems into plans.
Undercover prostitution sting fights human trafficking in Charlotte - FOX 46 Charlotte — Undercover prostitution sting fights human trafficking in Charlotte  FOX 46 CharlotteIn a FOX 46 exclusive, investigative reporter Morgan Frances went undercover to capture an eye-opening hotel intervention in which one man showed up to pay ...
Climate change threatens the coast and NC should act, voters of both parties say - The Herald-Sun — Climate change threatens the coast and NC should act, voters of both parties say  The Herald-SunIn the wake of Hurricane Florence, a new Elon University poll shows what Republicans and Democrats think about global warming, coastal development and ...
FAU offensive line coach John Garrison takes same job with NC State - Palm Beach Post — FAU offensive line coach John Garrison takes same job with NC State  Palm Beach PostBOCA RATON — Florida Atlantic is now in need of its third offensive line coach in as many seasons.John Garrison, who also served as FAU's run game ...
Florence marches into South Carolina, having killed at least 5 people despite dramatic rescues - USA TODAY — Florence marches into South Carolina, having killed at least 5 people despite dramatic rescues  USA TODAYAmong the deaths: A mother and infant died when a tree fell on their house in Wilmington, N.C..
National Signing Day: Observer-area college signees, updated 7:37 PM, 11/15/18 - The Charlotte Observer — National Signing Day: Observer-area college signees, updated 7:37 PM, 11/15/18  The Charlotte ObserverWednesday was the start of the NCAA's National Signing Day. Here are signees from the Charlotte Observer's coverage area.
Man who owns Raleigh mansion raided by FBI wanted wife's alleged lover sent back to Russia, federal court documents show - WTVD-TV — Man who owns Raleigh mansion raided by FBI wanted wife's alleged lover sent back to Russia, federal court documents show  WTVD-TVThe man who owns the mansion at the center of an FBI raid in Raleigh Wednesday evening apparently tried to get his housekeeper's son, who he believed was ...
Fear near Cape Fear rises with the river, and the death toll from Florence keeps growing - CNN — Fear near Cape Fear rises with the river, and the death toll from Florence keeps growing  CNNFew places in North Carolina got rain on Tuesday, but that didn't stop some bloated rivers from rising.
CHARLOTTE WINTER STORM LIVE UPDATES TRACKING: Snow falling in Charlotte as wintry mess moves into Carolinas - WSOC Charlotte — CHARLOTTE WINTER STORM LIVE UPDATES TRACKING: Snow falling in Charlotte as wintry mess moves into Carolinas  WSOC CharlotteWe're set for one more day of stormy weather before things calm down a bit. Afternoon downpours will fire up once again, with heavy rain and flash flooding the ...
Hurricane Florence remains 'life-threatening storm' despite weakening Wednesday night - USA TODAY — Hurricane Florence remains 'life-threatening storm' despite weakening Wednesday night  USA TODAYHurricane Florence was downgraded to Category 2 late Wednesday night but remained a clear danger to the East Coast with "life-threatening" storm surge and ...
In Rare Moment, GOP Sides With Democrats To Fight Elections Subpoena - WFAE — In Rare Moment, GOP Sides With Democrats To Fight Elections Subpoena  WFAEThe North Carolina Board of Elections 9-0 vote last week to fight a wide-ranging subpoena from the U.S. Justice Department was a rare moment of.
John Ehle, Who Rooted His Novels in Appalachia, Is Dead at 92 - The New York Times — John Ehle, Who Rooted His Novels in Appalachia, Is Dead at 92  The New York TimesJohn Ehle, whose historical novels set in the Appalachian Mountains were acclaimed for the authenticity of the characters' lives, and whose work for the ...
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.
Medicaid Managed Care: Who's In the Running For Contracts With the State - North Carolina Health News — Medicaid Managed Care: Who's In the Running For Contracts With the State  North Carolina Health NewsNorth Carolina's Medicaid plan is slated for big changes in the coming year, and companies are putting in bids to perform billions of dollars of work.
Controversial Confederate statues remain in U.S. Capitol despite being removed elsewhere - USA TODAY — Controversial Confederate statues remain in U.S. Capitol despite being removed elsewhere  USA TODAYSeveral states have removed Confederate statues from public places but not at the U.S. Capitol where several still remain on display.
Visiting Our Past: The best hog tales from Western NC history and literature - Asheville Citizen-Times — Visiting Our Past: The best hog tales from Western NC history and literature  Asheville Citizen-TimesHogs are both king and kill in local lore around Western NC. Historians and novelists alike share colorful tales of their tails, snouts and in between.
Son Of Pastor Still Detained In China Hopes Dad Won't Be 'Forgotten' - HuffPost — Son Of Pastor Still Detained In China Hopes Dad Won't Be 'Forgotten'  HuffPostAfter Andrew Brunson's release from detention in Turkey, Ben Cao is hoping Trump will also speak up for his imprisoned dad, Rev. John Cao.
John Paul II's Warning on 'Final Confrontation' With the 'Anti-Church' - National Catholic Register — John Paul II's Warning on 'Final Confrontation' With the 'Anti-Church'  National Catholic RegisterA remarkable gathering took place in the nation's capital Sept. 26. In two locations, the John Paul II Shrine on the campus of The Catholic University of America ...
TRACKING FLORENCE: Strengthening Hurricane Florence takes aim at US Southeast - WSOC Charlotte — TRACKING FLORENCE: Strengthening Hurricane Florence takes aim at US Southeast  WSOC CharlotteMIAMI - A rapidly strengthening Hurricane Florence churned across the Atlantic on Sunday toward a possible direct hit on the U.S. Southeast late this week, ...
Fighter of racism. Mentor to many. J. Kenneth Lee 'stood at the front of the line all the time' - Greensboro News & Record — Fighter of racism. Mentor to many. J. Kenneth Lee 'stood at the front of the line all the time'  Greensboro News & RecordLee, who had come to Greensboro to attend N.C. A&T, tread a trail of firsts in a life that charts the progress of civil rights in America, notably the dismantling.
Fayetteville mom fights for Coast Guard funding amid government shutdown - WTVD-TV — Fayetteville mom fights for Coast Guard funding amid government shutdown  WTVD-TVHundreds of thousands of federal workers are preparing to go without their first paycheck amid the government shutdown, including Coast Guard *service* ...
Are hunters an endangered species? Voters will decide if hunting rights need protecting - The Herald-Sun — Are hunters an endangered species? Voters will decide if hunting rights need protecting  The Herald-SunVoters will decide this November whether to amend the state constitution to make North Carolina the 22nd state to protect hunting and fishing as a right. But the ...
Jane Phillips: The Washington Family Dynasty of Kinston, NC - Part 1 - Neuse News — Jane Phillips: The Washington Family Dynasty of Kinston, NC - Part 1  Neuse NewsLearn about John Washington, who may have been the father of the most illustrious children ever born into a family in Kinston, North Carolina.
Secret deal with Turkey paves way for American pastor's release - NBCNews.com — Secret deal with Turkey paves way for American pastor's release  NBCNews.comThe White House expects pastor Andrew Brunson to be released by the Turkish government and return to the U.S. in coming days, two years after he was ...
52 Faces of Community: John Robinson - New Bern Sun Journal — 52 Faces of Community: John Robinson  New Bern Sun JournalJohn Robinson is a man of action and progressive thinking. With decades of experience and a servant's heart full of compassion, John has proven to be a true ...
The Limits of the New South - Splinter — The Limits of the New South  SplinterThe fall from power is never short, and it's rarely graceful. The South was a bastion of ultimate Democratic Party control for the better part of the 20th century, and ...
Let’s set aside partisan tribalism and deal with climate change - The News & Observer — Let’s set aside partisan tribalism and deal with climate change  The News & ObserverThe unnecessary partisan divide over climate change science was dramatically illustrated on Monday by twin events. On the same day the Democratic governor ...
Democrats Try to Derail Judicial Nominee They Call a Vote Suppressor - The New York Times — Democrats Try to Derail Judicial Nominee They Call a Vote Suppressor  The New York TimesWASHINGTON — A judicial nominee nearing a showdown vote in the Senate Judiciary Committee could be the test for Senator Jeff Flake's vow to block judges ...
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), ...
Juliet Dickey, Michael Holland - The New York Times — Juliet Dickey, Michael Holland  The New York TimesJuliet Elizabeth Dickey and Michael Abbott Holland were married Sept. 29 at the Horace Williams House, a historic residence in Chapel Hill, N.C. The Rev.
Medicaid expansion on the horizon? Or still out of reach? - North Carolina Health News — Medicaid expansion on the horizon? Or still out of reach?  North Carolina Health NewsTuesday's election brought more Democrats, who want to expand the joint state-federal program to Raleigh. But their ability to make that happen is limited.
NC politicians are doing something about climate change —finally - The News & Observer — NC politicians are doing something about climate change —finally  The News & ObserverThe Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act will help keep NC safe from the dramatic effects of climate change that we're already seeing.
Here are stories of homicide victims in Charlotte in 2018 - Charlotte Observer — Here are stories of homicide victims in Charlotte in 2018  Charlotte ObserverCharlotte's homicide rate declined in 2018 compared to 2017, when the city had 87 homicides, police said. Here is how family and friends remember the loved ...
LIVE LOCAL, LIVE SMALL: Rhiannon Giddens and John Jeremiah Sullivan bring the sounds of local history to life on Sunday - encore Online — LIVE LOCAL, LIVE SMALL: Rhiannon Giddens and John Jeremiah Sullivan bring the sounds of local history to life on Sunday  encore Online“We're calling it a 'musical discussion,'” John Jeremiah Sullivan explained to me last week. He and I were discussing the idea behind his latest project with ...
Amateur golfers from Uganda seeing the sport in the United States - Winston-Salem Journal — Amateur golfers from Uganda seeing the sport in the United States  Winston-Salem JournalCLEMMONS — The smiles on their faces said it all. For five amateur golfers from Kampala, the capital of Uganda, the opportunity to play and learn more about ...
SC plant could be hurt by dispute over NC pastor detained in Turkey - The Herald-Sun — SC plant could be hurt by dispute over NC pastor detained in Turkey  The Herald-SunU.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham says he is trying to prevent an Anderson County fiber plant from being harmed by a festering dispute between the U.S. and Turkey ...
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