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RALEIGH (AP) — The latest legislative attempt to let all North Carolina local governments post required legal notices on their websites instead of the newspaper is advancing despite worries by media representatives that it will limit public … more
RALEIGH (AP) — Laws approved by the Republican-dominated legislature that reduced powers of North Carolina’s new Democratic governor are getting challenged again - this time on arguments that the December special session in which they … more
RALEIGH (AP) — Efforts by a House Republican to repeal laws granting certain local North Carolina governments authority to charge fees on new residential construction to help pay for anticipated schools and infrastructure have been partially … more
WINSTON-SALEM (AP) — A North Carolina women’s college is working to meet a series of demands made by students after protests that lasted for more than a week, the school’s president said. Salem College president Lorraine … more
RALEIGH (AP) — The court-appointed guardian for a toddler who drowned after he was reunited with his mother said Thursday that a bill to strengthen rules for when children are returned to parents would fix a small but important part of North … more
Music at the Roundhouse [Photo gallery]
Audience members enjoy the music and the museum at the Freeman Roundhouse concert Sunday featuring the Steven Pender Trio. more
Remember When? [Photo gallery]
Rainy fundraiser [Photo gallery]
Participants of the 2016 Chippin for Children Golf Tournament at Wilson Country Club wait for a break in the weather before heading out for a round of golf last week. There were 30 teams this year in … more
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