RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK — A portrait of 1950s N.C. Governor Luther Hodges hangs outside his office, reminding Scott Ralls of a time when our state was failing economically and needed a new vision.
With its pale green exterior and vivid blue siding, the Pittsboro bed-and-breakfast run by Lisa Piper and Dave Clark — a short walk from the Chatham County Courthouse — is hard to miss.
In an effort to address concerns swirling around issues such as sexual assault and alcohol abuse, the UNC-system Board of Governors’ budget and finance committee will vote Thursday on a $30 UNC campus security fee for students.
She showed up at work, hesitant to even enter the building.
His mother would make him fold the towels, only to knock them over.
Student Congress began Wednesday with members cheerfully singing “Happy Birthday” in early recognition of former Speaker Connor Brady’s birthday — and the sense of unity continued with several unanimous votes to approve people for leadership positions.