The salty patches were small, at first — scattered spots where soybeans wouldn’t grow, where grass withered and died, exposing expanses of bare, brown earth. But lately those barren patches have grown.
Hunters and meat processors looking to donate surplus deer meat could be eligible for a tax credit if House Bill 208 makes its way through the General Assembly.
A proposal sponsored by conservative House members could change the way students receive health and sex education instruction in North Carolina schools.
Onslow County downtowns, whether they’re a flourishing hub of restaurants and crafts markets or are still in the process of growing, are always looking to further develop or beautify.
A plan to save state employees money on their health insurance expenses is facing opposition at the General Assembly over fears it could harm hospitals all around North Carolina, particularly in rural areas.
A total of 98 people in North Carolina have died from the flu this season, including one person between the age of 5 and 17, according to the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services.
The political operative at the center of an election fraud scandal that has engulfed a North Carolina congressional race was arrested Wednesday on charges of illegal ballot handling and conspiracy. Four people working for him were also charged.
A new proposed bill could impact North Carolina bicyclists. House Bill 157, sponsored by Wilkes County Rep. Jeffrey Elmore, would require bikes driven on North Carolina roads and highways to be registered at the DMV.
Despite another recent legal challenge, the N.C. Department of Transportation is pushing ahead in its plans for the Complete 540 project, issuing the second of three contracts for the $2.2 billion job this week.