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As with any natural disaster, there are many unsung heroes including those men and women who work behind the scenes to make sure the rest of us are able to go about our business as best as … more
No matter how much time is spent on emergency-response training, simulations, etc., an actual storm will always be the best teacher. Hindsight is 20/20, the saying goes, but it’s still helpful … more
For those who have had enough of North Carolina’s mountains and shore, maybe the next thing to consider is a trip to the moon. Entrepreneur Elon Musk wants to make space tourism a thing; he … more
The General Assembly is returning to Raleigh for a special session [this] week, sooner than originally planned, to deal with Hurricane Florence. That turns out to be a good thing, because there are … more
President Donald Trump may be right that not one, but two, sexual misconduct allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh are “totally political.” Then again he could be very … more
THUMBS UP to animal advocates and concerned citizens whose support for animal rescuer Tammie Hedges of Goldsboro led Wayne County District Attorney Matthew Delbridge to drop a dozen criminal charges … more
But this year? Who could have seen Florence coming? And it turns out that as agricultural profit killers go, Florence was a perfect storm. Florence was just the right combination of timing and … more
The Food and Drug Administration has threatened to pull flavored electronic cigarettes off the market if the tobacco industry doesn’t do more to combat their growing use by children and teens, The … more
Now that Hurricane Florence has dissipated, it’s easy to think that the worst of this disaster is over. But for many residents of North Carolina and our neighbors in South Carolina, the disaster … more
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