The various companies involved in choosing, making and installing the glass on the state’s Green Square project in downtown Raleigh haven’t agreed on what’s wrong with the glass, who is responsible – and who will pay to get it fixed.
There is now, finally, one true Carolina blue – one, at least, that starting in the fall of 2015 will be used in all of UNC's athletic uniforms and in all of the athletic department's signage and promotional materials.
Heritage High remains on top of The News & Observer high school baseball rankings despite losing to Leesville Road last Friday 4-2 in a Cap Eight 4A game. The top seven positions in the girls softball rankings are unchanged.
“The End of Consensus: Diversity, Neighborhoods, and the Politics of Public School Assignments” by N.C. State professors Toby Parcel and Andrew J. Taylor looks at the ways diversity and neighborhood schools have influenced school assignment policies in Wake County, particularly during 2000-2012. The authors say some pieces of conventional wisdom about Wake’s diversity efforts are wrong.
The public will have its first chance this week to comment officially on a Wake County school budget proposal that includes a request for $48.3 million more in local funding. Here are some questions and answers about the budget proposal.
When Jonathan McCoy, at 556 pounds, took the severe step to remove 93 percent of his stomach, he had a partner and constant nurse. Jonathan and Audrey McCoy opted for bariatric surgery together at Rex Healthcare and lost a combined 300 pounds.
The state House passed a bill Monday that would put party labels on appellate court candidates. House Bill 8 would reverse a law that has made state Supreme Court and Appeals Court elections nonpartisan since 2004. It passed the House, 69-48 and now goes to the Senate for consideration.