In minutes, pallets of bottled water were unloaded from a semi-truck into a plane, and then within 30 more minutes, the plane was bound to serve flooded areas of North Carolina affected by Hurricane Florence.
On Tuesday morning, local first responders gathered at Chapel Hill Fire Station to honor the bravery of those whose lives were lost on Sept. 11, and looked to those who will be responding to Hurricane Florence this week.
Orange County Board of Commissioners approves funding to expand internet access for rural residents.
Despite difficulty securing funding, the Orange County Board of Commissioners declared the Durham-Orange Light Rail project a go.
The N.C. Historical Commission voted not to remove or relocate the three Confederate statues in Raleigh’s Capitol Square. Instead, the commission passed a resolution to add plaques contextualizing slavery’s role in the Civil War and recommended the addition of monuments honoring African-Americans.
With the forced removal of Silent Sam on Monday night by protestors, local and state leaders issued a range of statements on the new absence of the Confederate monument.
According to a recent Gallup News poll, 26 percent of Republicans and 50 percent of Democrats have strong confidence in higher education.
A new bipartisan bill in the U.S. Senate would give HBCUs in North Carolina more financial flexibility.
Starting next Monday, candidates for state and local office may begin filing with the North Carolina Board of Elections. Here are the qualifications for U.S. House of Representatives, N.C. State House of Representatives or State Senate, or county offices.
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