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The “raise the age” movement has strong momentum in North Carolina. It’s about time. North Carolina would become either the 49th or 50th state to say that 16-year-olds no longer will be treated as adults in all criminal … more
An antiquated rule dating to the end of Prohibition was meant to guard against monopolies, but in the modern era of the craft beer boom, it stifles competition. Call it the law of unintended consequences. A pair of Charlotte breweries and the … more
Amid the usual assortment of celebrity catchphrases and insipid inspirational quotes, one student opted to take a political stand. “Build that wall!” with attribution to President Donald Trump, was published as a female … more
It has been a very contentous year in politics and North Carolina has seen its fair share. We have seen punches thrown earlier this year at a Donald Trump rally in Fayetteville when an elderly supporter of the Republican presidential nominee got … more
A state lawmaker’s personal grudge against the newspaper industry could end up hurting workers and delaying delivery for early risers. Sen. Trudy Wade, R-Guilford, filed a March 28 bill that would classify newspaper carriers as employees … more
What a terrible act. Authorities suspect arson in North Carolina’s Nantahala National Forest, where more than 20 wildfires have burned more than 17,000 acres, The Associated Press reported last week. Several state parks, including New River, … more
Gov. Pat McCrory is calling legislators back to Raleigh today to authorize disaster relief for areas affected by Hurricane Matthew and mountain wildfires, as well as “any other matters the General Assembly elects to consider.” The … more
THUMBS UP to the John William Pope Foundation, which awarded the Wilson-based Wesley Shelter a much-needed $100,000 grant this week. Foundation Chairman Art Pope and President John Hood presented the six-figure check on Wednesday and stuck around … more
Barton College provides students with a top-flight education on a stately campus and offers abundant opportunities for personal growth outside the classroom through athletics, student government, … more
Legal analysts are fond of predicting how the Supreme Court will rule based on the questions justices ask and the language they use during oral arguments. Applying the same level of perceptive scrutiny to Brewmasters’ zoning case with the … more
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