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Since it opened a year ago, Lone Leaf Gallery has carved out its niche in the Eastern North Carolina art scene by combining a careful selection of local art with imported works.
when I watch the footage of 9/11, I can remember it all just as clearly as the very day the carnage and destruction actually occurred.
The Beaufort County Board of Education heard a report from its staff on the development of a revision in the Health curriculum required by recent state legislation.
The BCMC Board of Trustees made a leap of faith at its meeting Tuesday toward bringing in a company to help the hospital implement a Clinical Documentation Improvement Program.
We have a President who is complicit in the flagrant lawlessness by illegal immigrants. Arizona takes the first step to stop him.
Pamlico Urgent Care is closing Friday, leaving Inner Banks Urgent Care to single-handedly care for every 'urgent' illness and injury in the Washington area.
We are especially upset that Rep. G. K. Butterfield, has violated the spirit of the Congressional Ethics Committee while he is a serving member of that body.
The theme originated as a post on my blogsite. The article below actually represents a running thread of several posts and includes comments which criticize my points.
The hospital and the county shook hands today on a deal that will provide the hospital with the means to pay its debt service to the county and have operating capital.
GOP First District Congressional candidate Ashley Woolard will call on Congressman G.K. Butterfield to return tainted campaign contributions from embattled Democratic congressman Charlie Rangel.
We would like to propose to the community that this bridge be renamed in Patrick's honor as the Capt. Patrick B. Olson Bridge.
For the moment, Beaufort Regional Health System seems to be making some real progress down the much-debated dual-track approach to saving the Washington-based hospital.
In light of the serious consequences that have resulted directly from the removal of religion in our schools and in our society, I wish to propose a possible legal pathway for change.
In a small, and emotional ceremony, General Stanley McChrystal retired from the business that had brought him so much fame, respect and controversy - the United States Army.
We may just have an excellent superintendent. It's too soon to declare that so, but we need to give him every chance in the world to make us the best.
The Beaufort County Board of Education, meeting in a special "workshop" session Friday (7-23-10) focused its discussion on next year's (FY11) capital outlay budget
According to my great-grandmother, there’s absolutely no need to add cream to make Creamed Corn, since corn is perfectly capable of surrendering its own milk, right from the cob.
After watching this afternoon’s blowout performance of David (A Man after God’s Own Heart), I can now report that there is nothing ad hoc about the Rocky Hock Playhouse in Washington.
Once upon a time, in the middle of a large county there was a small town, and in the middle of the small town there was a thick, swampy, yet habitable wood.
Beaufort County Schools has posted a news release on its website showing that the school system did not meet "Adequate Yearly Progress" (AYP).
In just a few hours spent in Corolla, NC, the day after Independence Day, I took many pictures that tells a short story of a very beautiful place.
In a world where technology exists to enter the human mind through dream invasion, a highly skilled thief is given a final chance at redemption which involves executing his toughest job to date.
The Turnage Theater, a recently renovated historic theater in the heart of Washington, North Carolina’s Historic District, is pleased to announce their lineup for their fourth season
These past few weeks, I've heard all kinds of people, celebrities, groups, and even animals (ie, the New Black Panther Party) label the TEA Party as "racist."
An in depth view of the lyrics and temper that lay within the Finland sensation HIM's latest rock album.
The Beaufort County Health Systems board met Tuesday night (7-13-10) and decided not to employ an outside "interim CEO or management team"
On June 28th, the Supreme Court handed down yet another disappointing and discouraging decision regarding religious expression and association in this country.
Commissioner Hood Richardson challenges the Committee of 100 and the Buster Humphries to explain why the Beaufort County Medical Center is not capable of surviving without a partner.
On June 28, 2010, the Supreme Court decided one of the most important Second Amendment cases in U.S. history. McDonald v. City of Chicago.
N.C.G.S. §143-318.10 provides that a "public meeting" occurs when a majority of a public body assembles to discuss the business of that public body.
The District 6 Babe Ruth Softball All – Star Tournament held in Chocowinity June 21-25 resulted in several local teams advancing to the State Tournament in Kinston next month.
In an exclusive interview with Beaufort County Now, Beaufort Regional Health System hospital board Chairman Sandy Hardy revealed his plan to attempt to regain an element of trust among board members.
The Equal Protection Clause imposes a rather peculiar balancing act on governments seeking to enact measures designed to mitigate illegal immigration-related problems.
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