We agree with our local educators and the readers who took last week’s online newspaper survey: While it’s simple and attention-grabbing to grade a school with an A, B, C, D or F, it does not tell
When Republican Lt. Gov. Dan Forest and his Democratic challenger, former state Rep.
This year is shaping up to be one of the most intriguing and important election years in a long time for North Carolina voters.
I remember John Snow
I remember John Snow. For those who don’t, he was the three-term state senator from this district, who was defeated by Jim Davis in 2010.
Voters can learn a lot from political debates.
Voter fraud is not a problem in N.C., U.S.
Newspaper letters to the editor have long served as a community forum where the issues of the day can be discussed and debated.
Never an hour goes by without partisans on either side of the political spectrum ranting and raving at each other on social media and newspaper websites over government policies and issues.
It’s something that can’t be said too often.
Thank you, firefighters.
I have strong opinions. You probably do, too.
I recently walked into the Division of Motor Vehicles office on Avent Ferry Road in Raleigh at 9:20 a.m.
In fraudulent world, voter ID makes sense