Print Editions

  • Volume 19, Number 4 – April 2010

    Cover • Eco-farm project seeks millions in tax funds • North Carolina candidates gear up in swing districts North Carolina • WWII vet could lose farm to eminent domain, Page 2 • Homeowners run regulation hurdle dealing with pesky varmints, Page 3 • Amazon tax not clicking…

  • Volume 19, Number 3 – March 2010

    Cover • TransPark broke with no way to retire debt • Scandals, history to sting Dems in ’10? North Carolina • Study urges N.C. legislature rein in regulators, Page 2 • N.C. pension fund experiences largest lost in real estate funds, Page 3 • Environmentalist urges nuclear…

  • Volume 19, Number 2 – February 2010

    Cover • Inquiries take toll on Easley team • SBI brought in to investigate Duplin schools’ money matters • State raises new charter school barriers North Carolina • Lawmaker calls for offshore drilling, end to global warming panel, Page 5 • Bail agents spar with government system,…

  • Volume 19, Number 1 – January 2010

    Cover • Easley ethics forms omitted rental income • How much does your congressman cost? North Carolina • Chapel Hill’s Hookah Bliss plans to defy new smoking ban, Page 4 • Forced annexation pits towns against residents in western N.C., Page 5 • Cowell proposal brings risks…

  • Volume 18, Number 12 – December 2009

    Cover • Rand Key Player in Easley Property Swap • UNC-CH Reimbursed $27K for Commute North Carolina • As Cities and Towns Step Up Annexation Efforts, Citizens Rebel, Page 5 • Push For Publicly Financed Elections Seen, Page 6 • N.C. Briefs, Page 6 • Cowell…

  • Volume 18, Number 11 – November 2009

    Cover • Man alleges sexual assault by Soles • Media reports prompted hearings on Easley • Verizon bought booze for state employees while negotiating $51 million contract, records suggest North Carolina • McIntyre foe Will Breazeale takes bonded term-limits pledge, Page 5 • Berry challenges Cooper on…

  • Volume 18, Number 10 – October 2009

    Cover • Biotech incentives bill called wasteful • Justice Department overrules Kinston voters on elections • AARP losing members over health care debate North Carolina • New term limits group hopes to get pols to take the pledge, Page 5 • Fundraising conflicts surround ousted treasury official,…

  • Volume 18, Number 9 – September 2009

    Cover • Review blasts Price earmark waste • State continues Alcoa dams takeover bid • Town-hall anger could affect health-care vote North Carolina • Judge: Lawyers can’t be compelled to fund judicial campaigns, Page 5 • Study: Energy mandates decrease income, Page 6 • State briefs,…

  • Volume 18, Number 8 – August 2009

    Cover • Teacher Paradise: As systems shed jobs, state funds mountain training center • Wake school board: Don’t take away fines North Carolina • Highway Patrol cracks down on apple cores, other fruit, Page 4 • N.C. anxious to jump onto Obama’s high-speed rail bandwagon, Page 5…

  • Volume 18, Number 7 – July 2009

    Cover • Critics: Black got sweetheart deal on fine • DAQ scrapped report after meeting with AG’s reps North Carolina • Despite abuses, Char-Meck expands school-lunch program, Page 5 • Inclusionary zoning on table in Charlotte? Page 6 • N.C. briefs, Page 6 • Are N.C.