Legislation is moving at a feverish pace through the General Assembly, as lawmakers try to finish their work by early July.
The current political scene is not magical
I have a story to tell.
Summer is just beginning, but the area is already in the middle of its first big heat wave.
Consider getting tested for a kidney donation
North Carolina’s gerrymandered congressional districts have made a mess of state politics, as evidenced by last week’s second primary of the year.
Babies and young children often sleep so peacefully in cars that you forget they are even there.
Rest in peace, Digger
I recently lost a very special friend.
If you are looking for a reason to vote in the unusual second primary on Tuesday, consider this.
If we want North Carolina to grow and develop robustly, we have to raise taxes and use the money to “invest” in education, Medicaid, infrastructure and other public services.
I’ll admit I almost got goose bumps when applause broke out after the recent N.C. House budget vote.