Poll reveals what N.C. voters think of White House hopefuls

RALEIGH – A new Civitas poll reveals how registered N.C. voters view selected Republican presidential hopefuls when pitted against former Secret...

October 9th, 2015 updated: October 9th, 2015. |  


Let darkness do its good

Let darkness do its good

“Life is a series of passages; movements from one stage of living to another,” a friend told me. These stages aren’t like the ascend...

October 9th, 2015 |  


Poll illuminates how voters view McCrory, Cooper

RALEIGH – A new Civitas poll sheds light on how North Carolina voters view two top leaders expected to face off on the ballot next year: Republi...

October 8th, 2015 |  


Forestland planning is vital for owners

ELIZABETHTOWN – Many woodland owners may not realize that their property could be working harder for them and their families, and it all starts ...

October 8th, 2015 |  


North Carolina Sends Resources to Help South Carolina with Flood Response and Recovery

North Carolina Sends Resources to Help South Carolina with Flood Response and Recovery

RALEIGH - Governor Pat McCrory says North Carolina will continue to assist South Carolina and is sending several teams there to help as that state con...

October 8th, 2015 |  


Governor McCrory Lauds North Carolina Professors Who Earned Nobel Prize in Chemistry

RALEIGH - Governor Pat McCrory issued the following statement after two professors, Paul Modrich of Duke University and Aziz Sancar of the University ...

October 8th, 2015 |  


Kyle Cashwell honored for county service

Kyle Cashwell honored for county service

Nearly a year ago, Kyle Cashwell was in a farming accident that changed his life and those of his loved ones forever, taking his leg and one of the ar...

October 7th, 2015 |  


Nearly 50 new North Carolina laws took effect Thursday

RALEIGH — All or portions of nearly 50 laws passed by the General Assembly and signed by Gov. Pat McCrory during this year’s legislative s...

October 7th, 2015 |  


N.C. Forest Service offers advice to landowners interested in treating ash trees for emerald ash borers

RALEIGH – In two years, the emerald ash borer has become a notorious pest in North Carolina. From its first appearance in the state in 2013, it ...

October 7th, 2015 |  


Poll: North Carolinians favor death penalty, prefer sales taxes to income taxes

HIGH POINT – The High Point University/News and Record Poll finds that an overwhelming large majority of North Carolinians (72 percent) believe ...

October 7th, 2015 |