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NC legislators doubt $3 million, no-bid agreement during DHHS

April 18, 2014 Raleigh No Comments
RALEIGH — Legislators questioned a need for a no-bid, $3 million agreement a state health group awarded a inhabitant organisation to assistance urge Medicaid budgeting, as group officials increasing an estimated bill shortfall for this year. The Washington organisation Alvarez Marsal is operative with a state to urge financial controls and budgeting in a $13 billion state and sovereign health word

Education Building, Raleigh, NC

April 18, 2014 Raleigh No Comments
This week Flashback Friday picks adult a postcard debate of a state supervision buildings surrounding Capitol Square. We began a debate scarcely a year ago, and have visited a Justice Building, and a former NC Supreme Court and Revenue buildings so far. Our fourth stop is a former Education Building on Edenton Street. This week’s postcard is a retouched and color-tinted ‘linen’ type, renouned from a 1930s

North Carolina influenza deaths strech 100

April 18, 2014 Raleigh No Comments
RALEIGH, N.C. — State health officials contend 100 people have died from influenza in North Carolina this season. Officials pronounced dual people died from a influenza final week, bringing a deaths from a viral illness to 100. The misfortune week came in late January, when a dozen people died. Officials contend during slightest 59 people died from influenza in North Carolina final year. The final dea

Five charged in abduction of North Carolina prosecutor’s father

April 18, 2014 Winston-Salem No Comments
By Colleen Jenkins WINSTON-SALEM, North Carolina (Reuters) – Five people face abduction charges in a abduction of a North Carolina prosecutor’s father, who was discovered in Atlanta 4 days after disintegrating from his home, U.S. law coercion officials pronounced on Thursday. Frank Arthur Janssen, 63, was reported blank on Saturday. His daughter, who was not identified by name in justice reco

Father of US Senate claimant Harris dies during 89

April 18, 2014 Winston-Salem No Comments
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — The father of North Carolina U.S. Senate claimant Mark Harris has died. The Charlotte priest announced Everette Harris died Thursday during age 89 during his Winston-Salem home. The Harris debate says his father had been in disappearing health over a past several months. Funeral arrangements are pending. The claimant says his father overcame good obstacles in life. Mark Harris pronounced his

Baseball matchup loses zing, though Tar Heels, Wolfpack need victory

April 18, 2014 Durham No Comments
DURHAM — The North Carolina / North Carolina State ball matchup has mislaid most of a dash from when it was scheduled. But tonight’s diversion isn’t discontinued in terms of importance. No longer noticed as an intriguing matchup among a country’s best teams, now any side is in unfortunate need of racking adult victories in sequence to accelerate certification for postseason consideration. It’s a u

Daybook: Apr 20-April 26

April 18, 2014 Cary No Comments
Tuesday Toddler Story Time Barnes Noble will horde story time for toddlers during 10 a.m. Tuesdays during 760 SE Maynard Road, Cary. Cary Downtown Farmers Market The Cary Downtown Farmers Market is open from 2-6 p.m. Tuesdays during 135 W. Chatham St. For details, go to Wednesday Preschool Story Time Barnes Noble hosts story time for preschoolers during 10 a.m. Wednesdays d

NC village college rate mangle for vets proposed

April 18, 2014 Wilmington No Comments
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Clues found about Civil War boat commandeered by worker on S.C. coast

April 18, 2014 Greenville No Comments
TK(Photo: Credit) GREENVILLE — The stays of a boat that was commandeered in Charleston bay by an deferential black male during a Civil War and used as an shun car might have been detected off a South Carolina coast, according to a historian with a National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Officials are not releasing details, though NOAA skeleton to emanate a news and betray chronological markers on Ma

Moogfest bets on mercantile development

April 18, 2014 Greenville No Comments
Mike Adams, boss and CEO of Moog Music, hopes a revamped Moogfest can eventually assistance move high-tech companies and new jobs to a mountains. (Photo: Erin Brethauer, Asheville Citizen-Times ) ASHEVILLE – Mike Adams is betting critical income a revamped Moogfest that opens Apr 23 is not only going to attract thousands of song fans and tech geeks. If successful, a five-day eventuality could turn Asheville

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