Governor Pat McCrory, left, and Attorney General Roy Cooper, right.
Governor Pat McCrory, left, and Attorney General Roy Cooper, right.
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  • Upscale golf community gets $830K from NC taxpayers

    Drone video shows the upscale River Landing golf community near Wallace, NC that will benefit from $830,000 in the state budget to improve sewage capacity. The development was co-founded by Wendell Murphy, a powerful former state lawmaker.