It’s a normal workday for all of us today. And of course, there’s always North Carolina news:
Starting today with a couple of Greensboro updates, on New Zion Baptist Church’s plan to use it’s new sanctuary to catalyze development in the Ole Asheboro area just south of downtown and the dog who was rescued from vultures.
Cumberland County Commissioners will vote tonight on an incentives package to lure the Sanderson Farms poultry plant back to the county.
A Charlotte woman will be sitting with the First Lady at tonight’s State of the Union address.
The newly minted North Carolina Speaker of the House has joined a national Republican organization’s advisory board. Meanwhile, the state’s Democratic Party only has approximately $42,000 in the bank.
Some researchers hope this site is the site of the Lost Colony.
A western North Carolina commune recently sold a significant portion of its land to the Southern Appalachian Highlands Conservancy.
What the state labor secretary does, besides stamp her photo on certifications of elevator safety throughout the state.
Why Charlotte-based, and supporting Family Dollar is for sale. Meanwhile, the family-owned Carolina Ale House chain is growing steadily and rapidly.
Seven communities in the Charlotte area are building new town halls.
New Hanover and Pender County school systems both want to regain control of their school calendars from the state.
This firehouse in Hoke County has purchased the county’s first ladder truck.
How people who are not quite homeless, but not quite able to afford an apartment or home are living in one Raleigh motel.
And finally, Raleigh City Council will vote on an ordinance today addressing people who use services like AirBnB in the city.