North Carolina's lottery isn't serving intended purpose - BlueRidgeNow.com — BlueRidgeNow.com North Carolina's lottery isn't serving intended purpose BlueRidgeNow.com Erica Smith, D-Northampton, John Locke Foundation analyst Terry Stoops and N.C. Justice Center analyst Matt Ellinwood on the panel for the debate, which was hosted by Loretta Boniti, a reporter and anchor for the statewide cable channel Spectrum News. John Hood: Choice and regulation form spectrum Kinston Free Press all 3 news articles »
Charter schools in NC: Donor John Bryan of TeamCFA backs ... - News & Observer — News & Observer Charter schools in NC: Donor John Bryan of TeamCFA backs ... News & Observer A school network founded by a wealthy Oregon resident is expanding quickly in North Carolina. John Bryan founded the charter network TeamCFA, which has ... and more »
Group tied to rich donor who backed NC school takeover law now wants to run those schools - News & Observer — News & Observer Group tied to rich donor who backed NC school takeover law now wants to run those schools News & Observer Achievement For All Children is heavily connected to Oregon resident John Bryan, who is a generous contributor to political campaigns and school-choice causes in North Carolina . The company was formed in February and registered by Tony Helton, the ...
NC jobless rate may have reached a floor - Winston-Salem Journal — Winston-Salem Journal NC jobless rate may have reached a floor Winston-Salem Journal “The low unemployment rate is the one piece of labor market data that has grabbed popular attention in recent months,” said John Quinterno, a principal with South by North Strategies, Ltd., a Chapel Hill research firm specializing in economic and ...
Virginia Tech grad John Papuchis steers North Carolina defense ... - Roanoke Times — Roanoke Times Virginia Tech grad John Papuchis steers North Carolina defense ... Roanoke Times Virginia Tech graduate John Papuchis (center) is in his third season on the North Carolina staff and in his first season as the UNC defensive coordinator. UNC defensive coordinator John Papuchis returning home against ... DieHards all 2 news articles »
Remembering a baseball legend, and friend - Gaston Gazette — Gaston Gazette Remembering a baseball legend, and friend Gaston Gazette That title won by Charlotte Post 9 remains the last of four that have been won by N.C. teams; Gastonia (1935), Albemarle (1940) and Shelby (1945) are the Tar Heel state's other national Legion champions. Hill's pitching legend grew even greater after ...
This Week In NC Politics: Veto Override, Judicial Changes, And The Opioid Crisis - WUNC — This Week In NC Politics: Veto Override, Judicial Changes, And The Opioid Crisis WUNC This week in North Carolina politics, state lawmakers voted to override another executive veto. Hours later, they introduced a proposal to amend the North Carolina Constitution. And changes ... judiciary are key to both plans that garnered attention at ...
Blue Cross rates: State approves 14.1% average increase. Some see steeper increases. - News & Observer — News & Observer Blue Cross rates: State approves 14.1% average increase. Some see steeper increases. News & Observer The new rates were approved last month by the N.C. Department of Insurance for Blue Cross individual health insurance purchased under the Affordable Care Act. Blue Cross, the state's largest health insurer, insures 502,000 people in North Carolina ... and more »
NCAA ruling: North Carolina's lawyers 1, college basketball fans 0 - Lexington Herald Leader (blog) — Lexington Herald Leader (blog) NCAA ruling: North Carolina's lawyers 1, college basketball fans 0 Lexington Herald Leader (blog) I get the outrage. Man, do I get it. I can hear it everywhere people care about college hoops: “Did you see the Friday morning news, that the NCAA let North Carolina get away with academic fraud — get away with it! — without a single sanction or ... UNC hangs banner at Midnight Madness; Louisville keeps it subdued ESPN Scouting report: North Carolina beat writer breaks down the Tar Heels The Daily Progress Infractions panel could not conclude academic violations in North Carolina case | NCAA.org - The Official Site of ... NCAA.org all 638 news articles »
Michigan State's players put on a show at Midnight Madness - Virginian-Pilot — Virginian-Pilot Michigan State's players put on a show at Midnight Madness Virginian-Pilot Michigan State men's basketball players, including, from right to left, Cassius Winston, Jack Hoiberg, Tum Tum Nairn, Matt McQuaid and Kenny Goins, give autographs for fans before an NCAA college basketball scrimmage, Friday, Oct. 20, 2017, in East ... and more »