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4 hrs ago | Myrtle Beach Online
But critics insist most people will see higher taxes and government services still hindered by cash shortages.
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8 hrs ago | John Locke Foundation
North Carolina's Medicaid reform proposal in which Accountable Care Organizations would bear some financial risk for assigned Medicaid populations will not be adopted by the Legislature this year.
12 hrs ago | News Observer
County staff recommended Monday that commissioners include urging the General Assembly to raise teacher pay as one of this year’s legislative lobbying goals.
Several educators and legislators on a General Assembly task force were cool Monday to their own panel's recommendations for overhauling public school teacher compensation, which included few specific actions and asked for another study.
Fifty years ago, the legislature brought shame on North Carolina, dishonor on themselves and harm to UNC when the honorables passed the Speaker Ban Law to protect college students from a feared invasion of pro-Communist speakers.
North Carolina's Supreme Court heard arguments Monday in the cases of four capital defendants who had their sentences commuted to life in prison under the state's since-repealed Racial Justice Act .
The N.C. Department of Commerce has launched a new program called NCWorks that will consolidate many of the department's workforce development functions into a one-stop-shop for job seekers and job creators across the state.
A man who serves as vice chairman of the Craven County Smart Start board and treasurer of the Carteret County Smart Start board has been appointed by the governor to the North Carolina Child Care Commission.
Misery loves company and right here, in Raleigh, it's led to a pretty strange alliance.
In all likelihood, the winner on the Democratic side will replace Watt in Washington because the district, which starts in Charlotte and goes up Interstate 85 to Greensboro, is heavily Democratic.
On Monday, Alford accepted the state's highest award for volunteer service, the Governor's Medallion Award for Volunteer Service, from Governor Pat McCrory along with 20 other recipients.
Strange bedfellows - two words that may come to mind when considering the growing opposition movement to the Common Core State Standards that is taking place not only in North Carolina, but also across the nation.
Sherry Matthews/Sampson IndependentNorth Carolina Secretary of Commerce Sharon Decker talks about the value of agriculture, education and economic development during an early morning breakfast with local leaders Friday.
FAYETTEVILLE The cases of four inmates who had death sentences commuted to life terms under North Carolina's Racial Justice Act will be reviewed by the state Supreme Court.
RALEIGH, N.C. : April 7th, 2014 - With summer fast approaching and people spending more time outdoors, it is important for everyone to take precautions against tick and mosquito bites.