Print Editions

  • Volume 18, Number 3 – March 2009

    Cover • Beach Plan Bingo: Experts say one big storm could collapse program • Liberal advocacy groups compete for millions in bailout funds North Carolina • Vehicle project wants $18 million jump start from taxpayers, Page 4 • Air quality official recruited for nonprofit on taxpayers’ dime, Page…

  • Volume 18, Number 2 – February 2009

    Cover • Bev’s got mail: Her predecessor leaves a digital hot potato • For many travelers, the main emotion on Inauguration Day was frustration North Carolina • Scholars debate constitutionality of federal bailout of states, Page 4 • Legislators ponder taxing computer downloads to raise revenue, Page 5…

  • Volume 18, Number 1 – January 2009

    Cover • Embracing compact growth: Raleigh planners urge remake of city in their image of what modern urban life should be • Green for thee but not for me: City’s top planner advocates New Urbanism, but lives classic suburban lifestyle North Carolina • Credit crisis making it harder for…

  • Volume 17, Number 12 – December 2008

    Cover • Cruisin’ for transportation cash • Is Fairness Doctrine on a hit list? North Carolina • Greensboro voters nix retrofit of old auditorium, Page 4 • Despite reforms, state’s problems with mental health persist, Page 4 • Henninger: Facts are ‘endangered species’ in political debate, Page…

  • Volume 17, Number 11 – November 2008

    Cover • Clues point to undisclosed air service for governor • Half of sampled school lunch applicants can’t prove eligibility North Carolina • Easley, Campbells silent on flying activities, Page 2 • Ethanol firm officials indicted in bribery, extortion, Page 4 • Peer review raises serious questions…

  • Volume 17, Number 10 – October 2008

    Cover • Discount House: Raleigh officials give $2.3 million in rental cuts at new center • Grass roots move against annexations North Carolina • Cultural Secretary’s property deal appears lucrative, Page 4 • Analyst: N.C. price-gouging law leads to gas lines, shortages, Page 4 • Questions persist…

  • Volume 17, Number 9 – September 2008

    Cover • Gangs in N.C. schools • Bowles has business tie to trustee North Carolina • Privaris founder says Watson demanded ownership, page 4 • Former DENR official sentenced, page 5 • Candidates avoid position on culinary school, page 6 Education • New parent-friendly tratings grade school…

  • Volume 17, Number 8 – August 2008

    Cover • Paying with plastic: N.C. lawmakers approve $875 million in debt unapproved by voters • Environmental agenda gives dark green hue to K-12 instruction North Carolina •NCSU provost says he acted alone in hiring of Mary Easely, page 4 • Drought regulations trouble property-rights advocates, page 5…

  • Volume 17, Number 7 – July 2008

    Cover • Fraud found in lunch programs • Roanoke Rapids resident sues Parton for fraud North Carolina • Veteran career fairs help servicemen transition to civilian life, page 4 • JLF analyst suggests climate commisison changes, page 4 • JLF report: AG’s experts’ TVA emissions data misleading,…

  • Volume 17, Number 6 – June 2008

    Cover • Taxpayers fund Easley coastal trips • State response lags behind water needs North Carolina • Change in ‘Code Orange’ benchmark raises ozone worries, Page 5 Education • Making their mark at home and abroad, Page 8 • College applicants find 2008 to be a tough year,…