Monday Jul 21
The Charlotte Observer
Anti-pension spiking measure tentatively passes Senate
It would return the vesting period to become eligible for a pension to five years.
GA passes Common Core...
The General Assembly on Wednesday agreed to a compromise version of Senate Bill 812, which will modify and replace the Common Core public education standards adopted by the state in 2010.
On Aug. 1, his run as assistant Davidson County manager will officially come to an end.
Study releases safest cities in NC
The website compiled a list of the 50 safest cities in the state and Elon was ranked at number three.
Common Core compromise bill approved by NC Senate
One chamber of the General Assembly has signed off on North Carolina's pathway to eliminate Common Core in the public schools while allowing education policymakers to retain some of those academic standards in another form.
Thieves target Charlotte's Archdale Corridor for home break-ins
Police in the Steele Creek division are keeping an eye out for thieves who are targeting the Archdale corridor area.
Two companies plan new facilities in Randolph County
A pet food start-up and a furniture company are planning to open new facilities in Randolph County and create more than 60 jobs total, according to the Asheboro Courier-Tribune .