Print Editions

  • Volume 15, Number 5 – May 2006

    Cover • Groups circumvented state records law, p. 1 • State audit critical of Northeast Partnership, p. 1 North Carolina • Atkinson: Governor’s School ‘Not Public’ as defined by law, p. 4 • Expert: Beware of bias in debate over global warming, p. 5 • S.C. woman…

  • Volume 15, Number 4 – April 2006

    Cover • Easley didn’t disclose before marina vote • Northeast Partnership ends contract with CEO Rick Watson North Carolina • Group says gay seminar illegal, p. 4 • Governor’s budget priorities, p. 9 Education • Lindalyn Kakadelis commentary: Two Educational Philosophies, p. 9 • Extra-curricular activities grow…

  • Volume 15, Number 3 – March 2006

    Cover • Funding gaps, delays plague N.C. roads • Transit — especially rail — likely to be hot session topic North Carolina • League of Municipalities backed New London in court case • Friends throw retirement party for former ferry director • North Carolina’s new identity law…

  • Volume 15, Number 2 – February 2006

    Cover • Parents Protest Elite School’s Seminar on Gays • Fifty Gay & Lesbian Alliance Clubs Exist at NC Schools North Carolina • Salisbury Attorney Calls for Repeal of State Gas-Tax Increase • State House Begins Post-Kelo Review of Eminent Domain • Federal Grand Jury Indicts Ferry…

  • Volume 15, Number 1 – January 2006

    Cover • Roanoke Rapids Projects Tap Public Funds • Most Partnerships Manage to Avoid Conflicts of Interest North Carolina • State Rep. Bill Faison Says He’s ‘Incidental’ Defender of Black • Ballance Feted, Then Prison Education • Dropping Enrollment Doesn’t Bring Decrease in Adminstrators • Kakadelis Commentary:…

  • Volume 14, Number 12 – December 2005

    Cover • Immigration Issue Reaching ‘Critical Mass’ • Influx of Hispanic Immigrants Hitting Schools Hardest North Carolina • Black Congressmen Decline to Condemn NC State Professor • Economic Developer Questions Targeted State Incentives Education • Teacher Pay Decision Rewards Political Ally • Burdensome Regulatons Inhibit Participation in…

  • Volume 14, Number 11 – November 2005

    Cover • N.C. Wonders What to Expect From Lottery • Supreme Court Case Could Affect Incentives Programs North Carolina • Experts Weigh Lottery’s Effects • Gambling Studied as Pathology • Coble, Myrick Called “Tax Heroes” • Commerce Settles CJ Access Case Education • Military-Type Training Puts…

  • Volume 14, Number 10 – October 2005

    Cover • State’s School Construction Costs Soaring • Critics: Climate Commission Might Not Strike Balance North Carolina • Budget Funds State Internet Authority That Was to Expire • Two N.C. Congressmen Criticize Federal Response to Katrina Education • Is Child Care in N.C. a Crisis or a Conundrum?…

  • Volume 14, Number 9 – September 2005

    Cover * Currituck Ferry Project Plagued from Start * Suspicion Arises After Death of Ferry Division’s Noe North Carolina *Boat Fails Test; Federal Officials Investigate Illegal Dredging Education * Schools Make Small Size a Big Selling Point * Germany’s Successful System * Cutting Classes: A Good Idea…

  • Volume 14, Number 8 – August 2005

    Cover • Eminent Domain Concerns Lawmakers • Piedmont Wants Help Paying for Subsidized Pipeline North Carolina • Possible Conflict Surrounds Vehicle Research Center • Former State Supreme Court Justice Announces Dell Lawsuit • FAA Disputes GTP Funding Education • Embezzlement Cases Prompt Push for Audit •…