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Let us put aside the major issues that divide North Carolina politics – taxes, the size of government, public vs.
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The framework for the N.C. Economic Development Alliance, the public-private partnership that will take on economic development and business recruitment efforts once handled by the Commerce Department, will be submitted to the General Assembly on Wednesday, Commerce Secretary Sharon Decker told The Business Journal this week.
Daily Journal Trains cannot stop quickly. A freight train traveling at 55 miles per hour needs more than a mile to stop.
The same day the Democrats tore into Crime Control Secretary Kieran Shanahan they also let fly at Secretary of Health and Human Services Dr.
Imake every effort to maintain a civil tone within the confines of this column. Really, I do.
Without the funding, which is set to expire in June, Zebulon will face a $420,000 budget shortfall in next year's town budget.
Steve Googe, executive director of the Davidson County Economic Development Commission, looks out over the I-85 Corridor Park in Davidson County.
Remember Where's Waldo? Imagine for a moment that he had the word "privatization" stitched on his colorful little cap, and see if you can spot him in this word picture: North Carolina spends billions of dollars a year funding a critical service.
Northbound I-77 is very slow just past Remount Road due to an accident Friday morning, April 26, 2013.
RALEIGH One check is written with loopy cursive handwriting. Another features neat all-capital lettering.
Pat McCrory voiced his support for the move while the Senate's Republican leadership attacked it as a delay in "doing the right thing." McCrory said he wants to work with Raleigh to help create a destination park while ensuring that the state's needs, such as an office complex on the Dix land, are still met.
On Wednesday, I got a chance to sit in the driver's seat of a Tesla S P85, which was on display near the Raleigh legislative building where Tesla executives were lobbying state lawmakers.
Governor Pat McCrory visited the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Government Center Wednesday morning to speak with reporters.
Alan Ferguson, a Greensboro real estate attorney and chairman of the Northeast Randolph Property Owners, earlier this year looks out over his property, which is a neighbor of the potential megasite in Randolph County.
RALEIGH Advocates of North Carolina's public financing program for judicial candidates ramped up their efforts to keep it Wednesday in the face of opposition from Senate Republican leaders and Gov.
Wednesday, McCrory sat down for a one-on-one interview with WFMY News 2's Morgan Hightowe r to recap and lay out his legislative priorities.