Print Editions

  • Volume 16, Number 3 – March 2007

    Cover • Landowners face property-species conflict • N.C. smoking-related Medicaid burden still heavy North Carolina • Edwards hom in Orange County is largest private residence, page 4 • Berger brings issue of payments to controversial films to CNN, page 4 • Legislators told to act now on…

  • Volume 16, Number 2 – February 2007

    Cover • Legislature Faces Fiscal Reckoning in 2007 • Good COP, Bad COP: Lawmakers Will Have to Decide North Carolina • Cultural Resources: We’ll Make Tall Ships Event Debts ‘Go Away’, Page 4 • Sentencing Continued for Former DOT Ferry Division Director, Page 4 • Easley’s Waterfront…

  • Volume 16, Number 1 – January 2007

    Cover • FBI: Groups with terror ties work in N.C. • Refugee from Sudan experienced brutal side of Islam North Carolina • Dr. Hamdy Radwan discusses Raleigh MAS with Carolina Journal, Page 6 Education • Finding space for students of burned school not easy, Page 9 • Kakadelis…

  • Volume 15, Number 12 – December 2006

    Cover • Legislature: Some new voices, same tune, page 1 • Coalition seeks redistricting reform for voter choice, page 1 North Carolina • Site gets ‘intense interest’ of Congressional staff, page 4 Education • JLF analysts say student testing has failed, page 8 • Guilford Schools ease path…

  • Volume 15, Number 11 – November 2006

    Cover • Easley withheld information on transfer, p. 1 • North Carolina ozone levels continue to plummet, p. 1 North Carolina • Nonprofit scofflaws on Web, p. 5 • Taylor wins “Porker” award, p. 5 Education • Standard ‘solutions’ not remedying ed problems, p. 8 • Legislature…

  • Volume 15, Number 10 – October 2006

    Cover • Will TTA use eminent domain? • Tall Ships event: Success or failure? North Carolina • Once-terminal agency now thrives by buying advertising, p. 4 • Agency accountability in limbo, p. 4 • NC ranks eighth in US study of highway miles needed, p. 5 Education…

  • Volume 15, Number 9 – September 2006

    Cover • Will persistent scandals affect NC elections? • Former Conn. governor to discuss ethical lapses North Carolina • Continuation of “Scandals” story, page 2 • Continuation of “Scandals” story, page 3 • Continuation of “Scandals” story, page 4 • Continuation of “Scandals” story, page 5…

  • Volume 15, Number 8 – August 2006

    Cover • Spending prompts fears of shortfall in ’07 • Attempts to address lobbying reform called ‘bizarre’ North Carolina • ‘Gay Teenager’ seminar was held despite school promises, page 5 • Governor’s School makes last-minute R-rated movie switch, page 5 Education • Employee communication skills worsening, page 8…

  • Volume 15, Number 7 – July 2006

    Cover • Decipering school administrator pay difficult • Greensboro shooting report prompts diverse reactions North Carolina • Complaint seeks info on payday lending campaign contributions, page 4 • Federal grand jury finds Gaskill guilty, page 4 Education • Online schools could be wave of future for cyber charters,…

  • Volume 15, Number 6 – June 2006

    Cover • Gov. Easley got pricey lot at bargain price, Page 1 • New state ethics bill would set bar higher for officials, Page 1 North Carolina • Christian rights organization warns DPI about non-public claims, Page 4 • Continued Northeast Partnership conflicts concern state auditors, Page 4…