In January, the Security and Exchange Commission revealed that the CEO of Starbucks received a 24 percent boost in his 2014 compensation package even though his base salary stayed steady at $1.5 million (poor thing, hard to get by on $125,000 a month) because the value of his stock awards increased to nearly $6.3 million and his performance cash payment increased 30 percent to $2.9 million. And the perks increased from $215,923 to $502,076.
For people like Ellen Perry, traveling around Orange County is more difficult than for most individuals. Perry has cerebral palsy and cannot get to many locations that physically able people can visit.
Residents asked the Chapel Hill Town Council on Monday to give careful thought to new homes and businesses at Obey Creek, including a potentially smaller project than 1.6 million square feet across from Southern Village.
Because of tough decisions made by the General Assembly and Gov. Pat McCrory, North Carolina’s payroll tax is expected to drop by about $280 million in 2016 and as much as $550 million by 2017. What you think about this sequence of events says a lot about your political philosophy and your understanding of what factors foster sustained economic growth.
A teacher who read a book about two married princes to his third-grade class after a bullying incident got strong support Friday night, while some who spoke against the book said they felt like the ones being bullied
My fiancé, Pam Lane, was killed Oct. 3, last year near downtown Chapel Hill while riding her bike. She was wearing a helmet and obeying all traffic laws. Her birthday this year would have been on June 5.
Dominating the run of play all night and peppering Franklinton’s goal with 18 quality shots, No. 1-seeded Carrboro ended the 25th-seeded Rams’ unlikely run in the 2A girls’ soccer playoffs with a 5-0 shutout Wednesday night.