Tyler Baker-Williams ready to make noise at NC State - WTVD-TV
— WTVD-TV Tyler Baker-Williams ready to make noise at NC State WTVD-TV The rising senior at Southeast Raleigh committed to NC State, not far from where his grandpa made a name for himself. The decision to play defensive back ... name is represented well," said Tyler. Big John as Baker Jr. was known, no doubt would be proud.
With wind farm moratorium, renewable energy deal in doubt - PennEnergy
— WRAL Tech Wire With wind farm moratorium, renewable energy deal in doubt PennEnergy RALEIGH , N.C. (AP) — The future of legislation agreed upon by renewable energy interests and Duke Energy to extend the utility's requirements to use more alternative power in North Carolina is in doubt as a key senator repeats his attempts to delay ... NC solar bill clouded by Senate changes WRAL Tech Wire all 57 news articles »
Alcohol deregulation bill may be enacted by weekend - Elizabethtown Bladen Journal
— Elizabethtown Bladen Journal Alcohol deregulation bill may be enacted by weekend Elizabethtown Bladen Journal RALEIGH — North Carolina distillers could begin seeing a significant boost in sales as visitors as early as this coming weekend. In a vote of 73-40, the ... Jon Hardister, R-Guilford, added that the 10 a.m. sales provision would not be automatic. The ... and more »
John M. Hanson - Green Valley Ariz. - Brookings Register
— John M. Hanson - Green Valley Ariz. Brookings Register John was also a professor at North Carolina State University in Raleigh , N.C. . John was president of the American Concrete Institute in 1990 and the International Association for Bridge and Structural Engineering from 1993 to 1997. He was inducted into ...
Dispute over NC public schools control, money lands in court - WITN
— WITN Dispute over NC public schools control, money lands in court WITN RALEIGH , N.C. (AP) — The question spelled out nearly 150 years ago yet repeatedly fought over by politicians over the past quarter century is back: Who runs North Carolina public schools that educate 1.5 million students at a cost of $13 billion a ... New Budget Strikes A Balance The Daily Record (registration) all 115 news articles »
Here are Raleigh's 10 toughest hills for bike riders - News & Observer (blog)
— News & Observer (blog) Here are Raleigh's 10 toughest hills for bike riders News & Observer (blog) Reedy Creek greenway trail away from the N.C. Museum of Art, over the creek and to the bridge over the Beltline, toward Meredith College. The curves and pedestrians keep you from building any speed. The tight curves of this greenway make for ...
For-profit charter operator lobbies for workplace schools - WRAL.com
— For-profit charter operator lobbies for workplace schools WRAL.com RALEIGH , N.C. — As profit-driven charter school management companies seek growth opportunities, one of the country's largest for-profit firms is lobbying North Carolina legislators to create a new market for a type of school only rarely attempted. The ... and more »
John Hood: NC Republicans take smarter approach to cuts - Salisbury Post
— The Weekly Post John Hood: NC Republicans take smarter approach to cuts Salisbury Post RALEIGH — North Carolina Republicans have gotten right what Republicans elsewhere have gotten very wrong: how to construct sensible tax cuts and honest, conservative budgets. Liberal critics aren't inclined to make the distinction. They opt for guilt ... John Hood: NC GOP got its tax cuts right | Columnists | greensboro ... Greensboro News & Record all 3 news articles »
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