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Both towns had a jobless rate of 3.8 percent in February, according to data released by the N.C. Department of Commerce and seasonally adjusted by Wells Fargo.
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The unidentified man followed the woman to her apartment in the Hawthorne at the Parkway complex at about 9 a.m. Saturday, according to police.
The situation in our public schools is a disgrace. In 1954 when I first came to live in North Carolina the schools were improving, with good teachers being recruited and new schools being built or rebuilt in the mountains and in the poorer counties.
The Twin Counties unemployment rate plunged in February of this year compared to the same month last year, but it's not because the job market has improved, officials said.
The Triangle Seagals, a group of former or presently serving women of all sea services, will meet at noon Saturday, April 19, at Perkins restaurant, 908 U.S. 64, Apex.
Senior Bingo for Holly Springs residents will be from 1-3 p.m. every first and third Wednesday of the month at Bass Lake Park, 900 Bass Lake Road.
Volunteers packed more than 11,000 meals at a Stop Hunger Now event sponsored by the Apex Sunrise Rotary Club on April 6 at Dreamsports Center in Apex.
Kyra Jasper and Cary Mayor Harold Weinbrecht after the Raleigh Charter sophomore was named the town's Outstanding Teen Volunteer of 2014.
My column about the history of The Cary theater in the March 19 edition of The Cary News prompted many readers to share their memories of the theater.
Congressional candidate and ex-crooner Clay Aiken has had one advantage in his campaign for the Democratic nomination to challenge Rep. Renee Ellmers, thanks to the currency of celebrity.
In the weeks leading up to her senior prom, Kathleen Chenevert tried on 20 dresses before she found the perfect gown.
Bayer CropScience employee Bernard Pelissier checks a soy plant for proper growth.
State House Speaker Thom Tillis was the only Republican candidate absent as Ted Alexander, Alex Bradshaw, Greg Brannon, Heather Grant, Mark Harris, Edward Kryn and Jim Snyder took the stage in a packed Hephzibah Baptist Church for a forum sponsored by the East Wake Republican Club Fielding questions about the national deficit, the Affordable Care ... (more)