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This presidency, his pathetic staff, his inept cabinet and their respective departments, and, finally, his accompanying mainstream media are rotten to the core: But how can a nation save itself from itself when it is not smart enough to consider the question?
Ongoing Medicaid reform initiatives seeking to rein in unnecessary spending and better coordinate patient care may improve North Carolina's medical assistance program to a degree, and the special interests involved ostensibly have good intentions.
Some state government offices are currently experiencing service outages involving e-mail and phone systems.
Monday (8-4-14) night's Beaufort County Board of Commissioners' meeting was a phenomenal event. We would not have believed it had we not seen it with our own eyes.
Vidant Medical Center has been ranked as one of the best hospitals for 2014-15 in North Carolina by U.S. News & World Report. Vidant Medical Center is ranked #8 in North Carolina and is recognized among the Best Hospitals in the Coastal
Is the market for news and information in North Carolina overly concentrated in a few hands?
Governor Pat McCrory issued the following statement after learning of the death of Jimmy Halliburton, a N.C. Forest Service Education Ranger.
The details have been scrubbed from The Internet, but -- thanks to resources like The Wayback Machine -- nothing is ever truly GONE from cyberspace.
Wes Anderson's films are an eclectic hodgepodge of reserved goodness; some sweeter than others, but all resilient as tested by time, and a perfect evening in the present.
A new state audit reveals shortcomings in the procedure used to approve doctors and other providers offering services for patients on Medicaid, the state's health system for the poor and disabled.
With their eyes focused on careers in medicine, two East Carolina University honors students saw first-hand the experiences of physicians through a six-week summer internship at the East Carolina Heart Institute.
Is group work a useful teaching tool? A recent commentary by Bruce Gans insists otherwise, claiming that group work "accomplishes little beyond giving faculty time off from the hard work of instructing."
We will offer this allotment of three with more to come; some old, most new, but all quite informative, and, moreover, necessary to understanding that in North Carolina, there is a wiser path to govern ourselves and our People.
A recent article mentioned several books like Sheryl Sandberg's book, "Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead." Several other reference books suggested woman can have a normal home life and run large corporations.
Beaufort County Community College has received a $97,075 grant from the Golden LEAF Foundation to support the creation and implementation of the college's new Agribusiness Technology Program.
How safe is fracking? Does it contaminate water? Use too much water? Use secret chemicals? As opponents of hydraulic fracturing continue to criticize the process, a new John Locke Foundation Policy Report turns to evidence to answer these and other common questions.
Earlier this month, Vidant Health opened a new, state-of-the-art Cancer Care and Hematology services suite at Vidant Roanoke-Chowan Hospital.
Fight From Sunrise to Sunrise is the story of a small army with the task to take back control of the United States one hundred years after a successful invasion to unify all nations under a centralized order.
The Durham gun owner registry may have been repealed during the short session of the General Assembly, but gun advocates remain uneasy about the fate of the personal (and public) records of those who registered firearms.
In a ceremony today, Bernard W. (B.W.) Collier II took the oath of office as acting director of the State Bureau of Investigation.
On the other extreme, is my next door neighbor. He is one of the finest Criminal Defense Lawyers in Eastern NC. On his vehicle is a bumper sticker: WOULD JESUS EXECUTE?
Two students in East Carolina University's physician assistant studies program traveled to Belize this summer to volunteer and emerge themselves in a medical atmosphere quite different from eastern North Carolina.
Justin Wolfers, a University of Michigan economist and senior fellow at the Brookings Institution, wrote a piece for The New York Times a couple of weeks ago that was partly a response to a previous piece I wrote for The Wall Street Journal about North Carolina's recent drop in unemployment.
The Democrats' Lay Blame approach, so far, may have lost this president the War in Iraq, and created instability worldwide; however, it did win him two terms in office and a Nobel Peace Prize.
For decades, admissions policy at nearly all our top colleges and universities has been to meet enrollment targets for students who fit into a few racial and ethnic groups.
A federal judge in Winston-Salem today denied a petition to enjoin the State Board of Elections' implementation of new voting laws enacted in August 2013. (Text of order).
Supporters of North Carolina's sweeping election law reforms are hailing a federal judge's decision not to block the changes from taking effect before this year's general election.
The Buick Achievers Scholarship Program, sponsored by the General Motors Foundation, awarded scholarships to three North Carolina college students studying science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) subjects.
The N&O chronicles the movie industry crybabies as they pack up to leave North Carolina in the wake of a state decision to trim and streamline benefits for filming in the state
Four employees of P & G Manufacturing's Washington plant recently completed Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification coordinated by Business and Industry Services at Beaufort County Community College and East Carolina University.
Governor Pat McCrory and North Carolina Commerce Secretary Sharon Decker announced today that Sigma Plastics Group will restore the former Excelsior Rosman plant in Transylvania County and create 80 new jobs under the newly formed New Excelsior Incorporated.
The Reps are about to do it to themselves again. Things seem to be going their way and then they shoot themselves in the foot - again... Pretty much all in the name of standing on principles.
Researchers from the Department of Nutrition Science at East Carolina University recently collaborated with a visiting scholar from the University of Guadalajara in Mexico to research chronic liver disease.
Critics of the Republican-led General Assembly allege that the teacher-pay raise included in this year's state budget could have been implemented in a much simpler fashion: by giving across-the-board hikes to all public school teachers across North Carolina, rather than giving large raises to early-