Happy Monday! I’m ok with at least one North Carolina team in the Final Four. I’m also ok with the weekend cold, because I know it will be warmer by next weekend for Easter. And I’m very thankful for everyone who did the reader’s survey. And now your news:
These two lawyers are facing professional misconduct charges for their work with the Racial Justice Act.
This long running Raleigh fair housing case centered around a wheelchair ramp has been settled.
At the General Assembly: A bill to extend in-state tuition.
Some of the Dan River coal ash may stay in Eden, at a new landfill.
Why certain areas of the Triad don’t have the high-speed internet service they want. These two Triangle community centers will be one of the first to get AT&T’s new high-speed service.
Some Asheville restaurant workers have formed a group to discuss workers rights.
The “Extreme Makeover” home for homeless women veterans in Fayetteville has power and water again, but still has past due bills on both.
More on the tensions between industrial farmers and small farmers in Surry County.
More on the changing demographics that could bring full alcohol sales to Davidson County next year.
This history of U.S. banks tracks several North Carolina-founded ones and how they’ve become national powerhouses.
A profile of Mission Health, Asheville’s main health and hospital system.
Cabarrus County is collecting stories of African-American farmers.
This beetle could save dying hemlock trees in the mountains.
And finally, these 15 odd places that only exist in North Carolina.
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