Cooper’s veto included a brief paragraph attributing the bill to being “simply about scoring partisan political points and using fear to divide North Carolina.” He also noted that a sheriff’s violation of this policy would be the only specifically named violation that could result in the removal of the sheriff from office.
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Residents, students, and city planners expressed support for a rezoning initiative in the Historic Rogers Road neighborhood at a Chapel Hill Town Council meeting on Wednesday.
Ice cream might join North Carolina's state symbols as the official frozen treat, but the bill still needs to pass.
CHCCS parents are requesting three members from the county's Board of Education be recalled over violations like sending out non-public information.
Gene Nichols hopes that his interview with the renowned author will help increase awareness of serious issues in North Carolina, such as poverty and literacy rates.
The bonds aim to fund old and new athletic construction projects at UNC and are expected to be issued in the first quarter of 2019.
A special committee made more than 30 recommendations on how to made N.C. public schools safer, which includes special address to active shooter threats.