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Anglin, Edwards can keep their party labels
Tuesday, August 14, 2018
Legislators cannot reach back in time and change the rules of an election after the fact, a Wake County Superior Court judge ruled Monday. Judge Rebecca Holt issued a preliminary injunction enjoining the State Board of Elections and Ethics Enforcement from printing any election ballots that do not reflect judicial candidates Chris Anglin’s and
Princeville continues efforts to rebuild
Friday, August 3, 2018
PRINCEVILLE, N.C. – Town residents are trying to keep a significant piece of black history from figuratively and literally washing away. They are holding a gala on Aug. 25 to raise money to go toward historic preservation projects and the rebuilding of the community after severe storms left the town under water. Princeville was the first town in the
Democrat running for Supreme Court outraises GOP incumbent
Wednesday, August 1, 2018
RALEIGH — Democratic North Carolina Supreme Court candidate Anita Earls has raised more than twice the amount of campaign dollars that Republican incumbent Justice Barbara Jackson did through the first half of the year, candidate finance reports show. The new filings offer the first look into 2018 fundraising in a three-way competition for the only
Worries of violence accompany 2020 GOP convention choice
Monday, July 23, 2018
CHARLOTTE — Charlotte has a history of diversity and inclusiveness that has sometimes been difficult to achieve. The Democratic-leaning city was chosen over Las Vegas at the summer meeting of the GOP’s national committee last week. In 2012, North Carolina’s largest city hosted the Democratic National Convention. The city hopes to present

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There was just one ‘Queen of Soul’

NEW YORK — Aretha Franklin, the undisputed "Queen of Soul" who sang with matchless style

Tribune Exclusive: Spectrum employees file lawsuit against company

Brittany Rustin says that she and her wife, Kristin Johnson, are “the idea queens.”

Women’s Equality Day is a call for action

DURHAM – Women have been marching for their rights ever since the days of suffrage. And