Shaw University Students Honor Victims of Scaffolding Accident

RALEIGH—Investigators continue operative to figure out what caused Monday’s lethal scaffolding fall during a downtown Raleigh construction site, though people are pausing to remember a victims on Friday. Shaw University will respect a victims with a request service. The university is only a retard divided from a construction site and students and staff wish to […]

Katherine B. Bulla

ASHEBORO — Katherine Baker Bulla died Wednesday, Mar 25, 2015, in Asheboro. She was innate Apr 14, 1926, to James Millard Baker and Kate Spoon Baker. She grew adult in Raeford and changed to Asheboro after high propagandize to live with aunts and work for Lucas National and Stedman Manufacturing. While attending First Baptist church, […]

Former NBA Star Mark Price Named Charlotte 49ers New Coach

CHARLOTTE (AP) — The Charlotte 49ers hope Mark Price’s NBA knowledge will pay off at the college level. The school introduced Price on Thursday as their new men’s basketball coach. He replaces Alan Major, who left the program after five years amid health problems and a lack of success on the floor. Price, a former […]

Changes on the Way for Rowan County Animal Shelter

SALISBURY—The Rowan County Animal Shelter will soon see policy changes. Nine members will be elected to an animal task force on Monday, March 30. But already, some volunteers have noticed changes.  Jan Holsinger, who works with Boston Terrier Rescue of the Carolinas, said within a year, she’s been impressed. “There’s been a lot of changes […]

State Unemployment Rate Remains Unchanged From January

RALEIGH — North Carolina’s stagnation rate is holding steady. The state expelled a new numbers Friday morning, display February’s rate was a same as Jan during 5.3 percent–that is some-more than a full commission indicate reduce than 1 year ago. The inhabitant stagnation rate for Feb was down to 5.5 percent. For a minute demeanour […]

Bailey, Claude Tatum

Print Create a hardcopy of this page Font Size: Default rise size Larger rise size CANTON, Ga.Claude Tatum Bailey, 89, of Canton, Ga., before of Statesville, upheld divided Friday, Mar 20, 2015 during a Cameron Hall Assisted Living facility.He was an art clergyman on Holland Drive until retirement.A graveside use with full Naval Military Honors […]

Clubb, Jesse James

Print Create a hardcopy of this page Font Size: Default rise size Larger rise size MOORESVILLEJesse James Clubb, 71, of Mooresville, died Wednesday, Mar 25, 2015. Funeral services will be hold during 2 p.m. Saturday, Mar 28, during Mooresville Missionary Methodist Church. The family will accept friends from 6 to 8 p.m. this dusk (Friday, […]

Court Ruling Turns GA, Gov. Relationship Sour

RALEIGH – The attribute between a Governor and a General Assembly might spin glacial as three-judge row ruled in preference of Gov. Pat McCrory over a state legislature. McCrory’s bureau pronounced legislative appointments to bodies such as a Coal Ash Commission disregarded a North Carolina constitution. Michael Bitzer, highbrow of politics during Catawba College, says […]

Two-Timing on a Weekends is Allowed  . . . and Other Rules for DWI Sentences

Spring is on us, and today’s post addresses a tip 5 DWI sentencing questions of a season.  Defendant is condemned on a same day for dual DWIs. May a sentences run concurrently?   Yes. Contrary to renouned belief, there is no requirement that sentences for misconduct marred pushing in defilement of G.S. 20-138.1 run running to […]