Thursday Sep 4
Norwalk Citizen News
McCrory to give up donations tied to paving fraud
The campaign of Gov. Pat McCrory says it will give to charity more than $10,000 in political donations tied to a North Carolina paving company involved in what federal prosecutors say was bid-rigging and kickback scheme involving nearly $88 million in government highway construction contracts. The owners of Boggs Paving Inc. hosted a March 2012 fundraiser for then-candidate McCrory at the spacious Waxhaw home of company president Carl A. "Drew" Boggs, III.
McFarlane: Dix deal close
Raleigh officials have for years been working to obtain the 307-acre campus south of downtown for a "destination park."
Kinston Free Press
Reece Gardner: Remember to vote in November elections
On the local scene, the contested races are: Board of Education, District 1, Billy Davis and Rod Smith ; County Commissioner, District 1, J. Mac Daughety III , Daniel McLawhorn , and Jeni Ackley ; Sheriff, Ronnie Ingram and Rickie Pearson Sr. .
Outgoing DA leaves legacy of professionalism
As a Superior Court judge and interim district attorney for Durham, Stanback tried to show everyone courtesy -- even people convicted of horrible crimes.
Stanback stepping down as Durham DA
Gov. Pat McCrory has appointed Assistant District Attorney Roger Echols as Stanback's successor, effective Sept.