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Over the last few weeks, the Raleigh News and Observer (along with its sister outlet, the Charlotte Observer) has been waging war on the opponents of Common Core and in particular on the Academic Standards Review Commission, the body tasked with reviewing the math and English standards and...
Governor Pat McCrory announced today that the State of North Carolina plans to sell two valuable, underutilized properties in Raleigh and Charlotte. The Personnel Training Center at 101 West Peace Street in downtown Raleigh and the vacant Charlotte Correctional facility, 4100 Meadow Oak Drive, in...
Governor Pat McCrory visited Stone Mountain State Park and UNC Charlotte today to discuss the Connect NC bond referendum he signed into law, which if approved by voters in March, will invest $2 billion in education, parks, National Guard facilities and water and sewer infrastructure.
Governor Pat McCrory visited UNC Charlotte today to discuss the$2 billion Connect NC bond package that will invest in education, parks, National Guard facilities and water and sewer infrastructure across the state. Of that amount, nearly $135 million of investments included in the Connect NC...
Governor Pat McCrory issued the following statement after learning of the death of pioneer television newsman, Doug Mayes.
A new Civitas Poll of registered, unaffiliated North Carolina voters shows that an overwhelming majority of North Carolina Unaffiliated voters support an amendment to the North Carolina Constitution which would require a vote of two-thirds majority of both houses of the state legislature to...
Governor Pat McCrory, North Carolina Commerce Secretary John E. Skvarla, III, and the Economic Development Partnership of North Carolina (EDPNC) announced today that Albemarle Corporation will move its corporate headquarters to Charlotte
With early voting for city elections in Charlotte beginning in two days, the North Carolina Republican Party released the following statement regarding the mayor's race
Governor Pat McCrory has appointed Susan DeVore and Fred Klein to the University of North Carolina Charlotte Board of Trustees.
A group of Lake Norman-area business leaders traveled by chartered bus to Raleigh on Tuesday to urge state legislators to support a bill that would cancel the state's contract with a private company to build and operate toll lanes on Interstate 77 between Charlotte and Mooresville.
Community College President R. Scott Ralls and Catawba Valley Community College President Garret Hinshaw touted Governor Pat McCrory's Connect NC bond proposal in yesterday's Charlotte Observer.
Governor McCrory attended the ribbon cutting ceremony for the final segment of I-485 today in Charlotte.
Governor Pat McCrory is urging people to stay off the roads tonight as the winter storm moves east across North Carolina. Forecasters have increased predicted snow and ice accumulation totals in many areas potentially making roads impassable in a portion of the central part of state.
As Republicans begin their fourth year leading our state legislature it is fair to assess how they and we are doing under their control.
Just when I thought I had seen and heard it all. I never imagined a day would come when our elected officials would be seriously considering legislation allowing one to decide whether he or she is male or female.
Politicians these days are all crowing about being "job creators." Gov. Pat McCrory has emptied out the corporate welfare accounts at the Department of Commerce, and he's coming to us (and our legislators on Jones Street) looking for $45 million more.
Senator Harry Brown said the Senate would not have budget votes this week as originally planned. "It may get delayed a few days," he said last week. "There's a few pieces where the provisions are just difficult to put together - some education provisions and (health and human services) provisions."
It appears the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools (CMS) have been providing free office space for years to the local branch of an organization with close ties to state and national, politically-active teacher unions.
Governor Pat McCrory was at Time Warner Cable Arena to help announce that Charlotte will host the 66th annual NBA All-Star Game in 2017.
Today, Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC) stressed the need to provide resources for veterans and military families during a keynote address at the annual Charlotte Heroes Lunch in Charlotte.
Today, Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC) toured Patterson Farm in Rowan County to learn more about local agriculture's involvement in school meals and visited Tuckaseegee Elementary School in Charlotte to receive input from students and administrators on school nutrition programs.
Today, Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC) announced the opening of a new regional office in High Point, NC, and the relocation of his Charlotte, NC, office.
The common complaint about economic incentives is that they amount to having the government pick winners and losers. That's certainly true. However, as recent events in Charlotte show, another problem with incentives is that government handouts can go to winners and losers.
The common complaint about economic incentives is that they amount to having the government pick winners and losers. That's certainly true. However, as recent events in Charlotte show, another problem with incentives is that government handouts can go to winners and losers.
Governor Pat McCrory has appointed Susan DeVore and Fred Klein to the University of North Carolina Charlotte Board of Trustees.
A group of Lake Norman-area business leaders traveled by chartered bus to Raleigh on Tuesday to urge state legislators to support a bill that would cancel the state's contract with a private company to build and operate toll lanes on Interstate 77 between Charlotte and Mooresville.
Community College President R. Scott Ralls and Catawba Valley Community College President Garret Hinshaw touted Governor Pat McCrory's Connect NC bond proposal in yesterday's Charlotte Observer.
Governor McCrory attended the ribbon cutting ceremony for the final segment of I-485 today in Charlotte.
It appears the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools (CMS) have been providing free office space for years to the local branch of an organization with close ties to state and national, politically-active teacher unions.
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