Bus companies are operating "illegally" to work around regulations. The feds are cracking down and now the people relying on these buses are SOL.Read more »
Vandals Defecate on Church's Altar, Burn Cross & Dig Up A Slave Child's TombstoneRead more »
Larry Smith had planned on taking a stroll through downtown Monday afternoon after finishing up business at the county courthouse.Instead, Smith found himself surrounded by police officers, military vehicles with machine guns inside and a group of snipers lying on the grass in the new Pack Square Park,Read more »
A North Carolina man finds himself answering a complaint before a state licensing board for "practicing engineering without a license" NOT because he was representing himself as a qualified engineer, but because his petition to the government for redress of grievances appeared "to be engineering level work".Read more »
RALEIGH, N.C. — Lists that identify the books, music and movies individual customers bought from online retailer Amazon.com Inc. are protected from North Carolina tax collectors, a federal judge has ruled.Read more »
WILMINGTON, N.C., Jan. 28 (UPI) -- A former U.S. Marine officer acquitted of killing two Iraqis announced Thursday he is a candidate for Congress in North Carolina.
Ilario Pantano plans to seek the Republican nomination in the seventh district, now represented by Democrat Mike McIntyre, WECT-TV in Wilmington reported.
"Anybody's background in a political race is fair game," Pantano said. "My life has been more dramatic and kinetic than any other candidate's."
In many states, Gary Richards would not have been able to light up a cigarette before biting into his meat-lover's pizza, as he did at Satisfaction Restaurant & Bar this week. But in North Carolina, the nation’s leading tobacco producer, limits on indoor smoking have lagged behind those in much of the country.Read more »
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