RALEIGH — After four years of turning North Carolina politics upside down, Republicans at the General Assembly could be prepping for a more subdued two-year legislative session. GOP legislators entering power in both chambers for the first time in 140 ...Read More »
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WILMINGTON — North Carolina homeowners are being told to pay higher insurance premiums or risk losing their coverage under law that allows companies to pay more than the state has approved. The StarNews of Wilmington reported (http://bit.ly/1B9kp5h) insurance companies are ...Read More »
CARY — Gov. Pat McCrory said Thursday that he is working on a new economic development strategy for North Carolina, but it is too early to release details. At a news conference for the opening of the Economic Development Partnership of North Carolina, McCrory ...Read More »
RALEIGH — A clue discovered just a few years ago on a centuries-old map has led researchers back to a North Carolina site in hopes of discovering whether the men, women and children of North Carolina’s ”Lost Colony” settled there. “If we were finding this ...Read More »
RALEIGH — Gov. Pat McCrory and other full-time elected state officials would be banned from earning extra income from other jobs under a bill Democrats at the North Carolina legislature announced Wednesday. The upcoming legislation also would require more detail in the financial ...Read More »
RALEIGH — The North Carolina General Assembly opened to script Wednesday, with Republicans still squarely in charge of the legislature, electing their top officers without a challenge and leaders keeping to conservative themes and calls to work together. The House elected Rep. Tim ...Read More »
RALEIGH — The General Assembly geared up Tuesday, the eve of its next two-year session, with lawmakers arriving to set up offices in Raleigh and Republicans already fundraising two months removed from the last election. Only about 20 new lawmakers ...
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RALEIGH — Raleigh and North Carolina state government have finally reached an arrangement for the city to buy land near downtown where a mental hospital stood for more than 150 years for a large park. Gov. Pat McCrory and Raleigh Mayor Nancy McFarlane ...
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LITTLE CANADA, N.C. — The chill made it harder for William Broom to get around his yard, but he stood outside anyway, hoping a Christmas tree buyer might drive up. Some years, Broom makes $400 on the trees to supplement ...Read More »