Print Editions

  • Volume 21, Number 1 – January 2012

    Cover • BLS: Perdue violated jobs data agreement • Questions remain about Perdue flight operations North Carolina • UNC-CH profit centers could be in IRS crosshairs, Page 2 • N.C. Council of State races ripe for brisk competition in 2012, Page 3 • Petition only chance to…

  • Volume 20, Number 12 – December 2011

    Cover • Fund seeks minority charter leaders • Redistricting suits could jumble 2012 primaries North Carolina • Commissary rule still stalls food truck ministry, Page 2 • Various employment reports differ widely on job estimates, Page 3 • N.C. State Bar goes after LegalZoom site, Page 4…

  • Volume 20, Number 11 – November 2011

    Cover • Parton Theatre still haunts Roanoke Rapids • ‘Occupy Raleigh’ protests cost taxpayers $50K North Carolina • WakeMed forced to compete with government, Page 2 • N.C. Zoo says privatization could free it from fiscal captivity, Page 3 • Solar backers push renewables, incentives, Page 4…

  • Volume 20, Number 10 – October 2011

    Cover • Obama plan: Teacher jobs one year only • ESC reports show no net public job losses to date • Perdue prepared to flip on dam takeover bid? North Carolina • Poll: Voters take dim view of pols, public workers, Page 2 • Fiscal amendments postponed…

  • Volume 20, Number 9 – September 2011

    Cover • Fishermen at odds over ‘game fish’ bill • Politicos brace for fights over amendments North Carolina • Auto body trade next to face state licensing?, Page 2 • Yadkin County alleges fraud by engineering and planning firm, Page 3 • Court strikes down health care…

  • Volume 20, Number 8 – August 2011

    Cover • ‘Bite Me’ benefits from Obama stimulus • Voting Rights Act focus of redistricting attention North Carolina • Don Carrington commentary: Job commentators in need of reality check, Page 2 • Approaches abound about how to ensure adequate water supplies, Page 3 • N.C. House studies shedding state…

  • Volume 20, Number 7 – July 2011

    Cover • N.C. government jobs recession-proof • Jobs plans abound, but do any work? • Republicans push agenda during feisty session North Carolina • Annexation reforms give residents a vote, Page 2 • Red ink, sweat, and tears flow in Raleigh as N.C. budget passes, Page 3…

  • Volume 20, Number 6 – June 2011

    Cover • Perdue snubs Alcoa jobs announcement • Corruption charges stop at Easley and top aide North Carolina • State health care plan still facing bankruptcy, Page 2 • 2011 NCGA scorecard: The good, the bad, and the incomplete, Page 3 • Bills aim to ‘drive Alcoa…

  • Volume 20, Number 5 – May 2011

    Cover • Misleading counting method inflates rail jobs • Packer questions state’s environmental calls North Carolina • GOP promises ‘fair and legal’ redistricting, Page 2 • Tea Party activists say they are alive and well in North Carolina, Page 3 • Bill would increase auto dealer protections,…

  • Volume 20, Number 4 – April 2011

    Cover • Slush funds survive party change • Appeals Court blocks state beach claim North Carolina • Local taxes and fees increase in 2009 over 2008, Page 2 • Bill would impose tax on appliances lacking energy certificate, Page 3 • Cities, lawmakers, tussle over broadband, Page…