Print Editions

  • Volume 27, Number 4 – April 2018

    On the cover • The debate on ways of making schools safer is only beginning • What are counties doing to protect schools?   News • Quick Takes, Pages 2-5 • Cooper brothers named new company after former tenant, Page 6 • Primary ballots will include sales tax increase, Page…

  • Volume 27, Number 3 – March 2018

    On the cover • Toxic pipeline • CJ wins three NCPA honors   News • Quick Takes, Pages 2 – 5 • Farm forum discusses ways to boost N.C.’s top industry, Page 6 • Security expert warns lawmakers of dangers of EMP attack, Page 7 • Very real: UNC campuses…

  • Volume 27, Number 2 – February 2018

    On the cover • Behind the walls: Problems at North Carolina prisons have gone on for years   News • Quick Takes, Pages 2 – 5 • Federal tax cut will help N.C. craft alcohol producers, but they say much work remains, Page 6 • Solar giants getting stronger as…

  • Volume 27, Number 1 – January 2018

    On the cover • Pipe dreams: Opponents, proponents of Atlantic Coast Pipeline vying for governor’s blessing   News • Quick Takes, Pages 2-5 • Are state agencies waiting to disclose data breaches?, Page 6 • Hammocks Beach saga ending with announcement of park plan, Page 7 • Lawmakers, DHHS officials…

  • Volume 26, Number 12 – December 2017

    On the cover • Government won’t solve opioid crisis • Medical marijuana serves as alternative to opioids   News • Quick Takes, Pages 2 and 3 • Failed megaport site still vacant and is losing value, Page 4 • New report shows farmers double-dipping taxpayer subsidies, Page 4 • Waiting…

  • Volume 26, Number 11 – November 2017

    On the cover • A dying industry? • Massive solar project approved after relocation   News • Quick Takes, Pages 2 and 3 • Apple clean energy project fined for environmental violations, Page 4 • Tillis-sponsored bill would ease barriers to marijuana research, Page 5 • Children’s Business Fair lets…

  • Volume 26, Number 10 – October 2017

    On the cover • DOT betting Ocracoke travelers will abandon cars in favor of boat ride • Is business down in Ocracoke?   News • Quick Takes, Pages 2 and 3 • Locke scholar calls North Carolina entry into U.S. Climate Alliance ‘virtue signaling,’ Page 4 • Teacher absences bigger…

  • Volume 26, Number 9 – September 2017

    On the cover • Donor privacy: Should a light shine on your contributions to nonprofits? • U.S. senators take aim at JLF   News • Quick Takes, Pages 2 and 3 • Bill could shine light on criminal penalties issued by licensing boards, Page 4 • Bill protecting free speech…

  • Volume 28, Number 8 – August 2017

    On the cover • Many fights, few wins for Cooper   News • Quick Takes, Pages 2 and 3 • Civil asset forfeiture expansion may harm innocent North Carolinians, Page 4 • Researchers say solar lobby silencing them, Page 6 • Looking Back: Randy Parton first performed 10 years ago,…

  • Volume 26, Number 7 – July 2017

    On the cover • Trafficking in flesh • Trafficking in the Triangle   News • Quick Takes, Page 2 • Rep. Mark Walker: ‘God’s hand of protection was on that field,’ Page 3 • 2017 Budget compromise, Page 4 • Governor signs up N.C. for Paris climate deal, Page 6…