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Governor Pat McCrory today celebrated the expansion of HAECO Americas aerospace operations at Piedmont Triad International Airport, an announcement that will bring 400 new jobs and $41 million in investments to the state by 2018
President Barack Obama's Homeland Security Department provided unvetted Somali Muslims tours of the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport including its so-called restricted area
Today, Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC) applauded the Senate's passage of legislation reauthorizing the Federal Aviation Administration
Have you ever asked yourself where did I park my car? My solution never got off the drawing board but there are newer technologies now that will help.
Join us on Tuesday, April 5, 2016, at the Greensboro-High Point Airport Marriott for our biggest and best food business conference ever. We have a terrific slate of speakers lined up to share their experiences to help you grow your food business.
As Republicans begin their fourth year leading our state legislature it is fair to assess how they and we are doing under their control.
Sculptures by seven East Carolina University art students are on display at the Coastal Carolina Regional Airport for the next year.
Sometimes our problems loom so large and seem so complex we can easily be disheartened or depressed about our state's future. And once sworn-in, our elected officials are constantly sworn at, like it is some kind of sport.
It was one of the most contentious bills this legislative session, but Senate Bill 81 ultimately was approved, transferring ownership of...
The bill affecting local governments during the 2013 session of the General Assembly that has generated the most news coverage may be a proposal transferring control of Charlotte Douglas International Airport from the city of Charlotte to an independent regional authority.
House Republicans presented a newly minted version of a Senate bill to transfer ownership of Charlotte Douglas International Airport from the City...
A deputy to state treasurer Janet Cowell is warning that efforts to take Charlotte Douglas International Airport away from the City of Charlotte and have it run by a new regional authority could have negative consequences on the state's borrowing power.
Calling it a "hostile takeover" that sets a dangerous precedent of allowing the state to seize municipal assets, Senate Democrats unsuccessfully attempted to block a bill transferring ownership...
Who gets to run Charlotte Douglas International Airport has become a prickly, billion-dollar turf battle. City of Charlotte and Mecklenburg County officials want to ground what they see as an unnecessary power grab orchestrated by...

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