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GE Aviation broke ground on a $125 million advanced composites factory last week to make components for jet engines to be used on Boeing , Airbus and other aircraft.
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Jokes about "Polacks" have always been tasteless and silly. Based on the latest international test scores, trying to get a laugh today by portraying Polish people as ignorant or dumb is a good way to identify yourself as, well, ignorant or dumb.
Almost 17,200 additional students packed into North Carolina schools this year while the number of teachers dropped, according to new payroll data, leading to what some say are larger class sizes that inhibit learning.
Three months after a local church barbecue was linked to more than 100 cases of salmonella, health officials on Wednesday released the state's final report on the illness outbreak.
Three Cleveland County students were among 10 people nominated to attend the nation's military service academies for the Class of 2018.
The N.C. Department of Health and Human Services announced Tuesday that the three adults were middle aged and at increased risk for complications from underlying medical conditions.
Confusion, chaos, and outrage reigned after the North Carolina Department of Transportation's sudden decision today to close the Bonner Bridge over Oregon Inlet immediately.
The North Carolina Department of Transportation has spent nearly $56 million to inspect, maintain and repair the Bonner Bridge since 1989.
Tuesday's comments from ex-director James Woolsey to a legislative oversight committee anchored a presentation about potential calamity should large transformers be damaged severely by a widespread weather event or disruption of Earth's magnetic field.
North Carolina Department of Transportation crews will start bridgework Tuesday night on a major Charlotte interstate.
A group of that includes North Carolina NAACP President William Barber is facing trial on charges stemming from mass protests at the state legislature.
The N.C. Department of Health and Human Services announced Tuesday the state's first three adult deaths linked to the seasonal flu.
Gov. Pat McCrory and his administration have been presented an opportunity in public trust.
There will be a "concentrated effort" to give teachers pay raises when the N.C. General Assembly convenes in May, House Majority Leader Edgar Starnes told the Granite Falls Town Council on Monday.
Dave Richard, Director of the Division of Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities, and Substance Abuse Services, will hold a Twitter town hall on Monday, December 2, 2013 to discuss and answer questions about the McCrory Administration's Crisis Solutions Initiative.
To reduce the number of vehicles that are stolen and then sold for parts or crushed, North Carolina has enacted tougher laws that will require salvage yards and recyclers to verify vehicle information with the North Carolina Division of Motor Vehicles prior to scraping vehicles or selling parts.