RALEIGH — The leaders of North Carolina’s towns and cities have a lot on their minds and want to tell elected leaders in Raleigh what they’re thinking. The North Carolina League of Municipalities holds its Town Hall Day in Raleigh on Wednesday, ...Read More »
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RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Congress is talking about taxes, roadbuilding and efficient transportation and wants to hear from North Carolina’s governor. The U.S. House Transportation Committee holds a hearing Tuesday and has invited Gov. Pat McCrory. McCrory is representing the ...Read More »
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — America’s largest electric company said Tuesday that it is settling a lawsuit that claimed shareholders lost millions of dollars when Duke Energy surprised investors by ousting its CEO hours after a long-anticipated buyout of its smaller ...Read More »
RALEIGH — Southern politicians are heating up their recruiting in hopes of landing a big auto manufacturing plant and the potential of thousands of high-paying jobs. North Carolina officials have been hunting for an auto plant since Mercedes-Benz jilted the state ...Read More »
RALEIGH — An economic recruitment package sought by Gov. Pat McCrory and anchored by renewed funding for North Carolina’s chief incentives tool has received initial approval by the full House. The chamber voted 87-32 for the measure Wednesday, one day after ...
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ELIZABETH CITY — The state should pay for removing sand from beach highways the same way it pays for removing snow and ice after a winter storm, a member of the state Board Transportation said. Malcolm Fearing, who represents coastal ...
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RALEIGH — North Carolina lawmakers are primed to debate what changes should be made to fiscal incentives offered companies to persuade them to build in the state. The House Finance Committee on Tuesday is scheduled to consider an economic development bill ...
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RALEIGH — Division between urban and rural interests isn’t new to the General Assembly. But the fissure is getting a new look from Republicans now in charge of state government as North Carolina’s economic recovery continues. The Charlotte and Raleigh-Durham areas ...Read More »