Daily Archives: January 26, 2012
Please see the following statement from Governor Bev Perdue: Like the rest of the nation, North Carolina has been facing difficult economic times — demanding many difficult decisions. I have had to make painful budget cuts in important areas of … Continue reading
A three-judge panel ruled last week that the May 8 primary stands as scheduled despite a law suit challenging new legislative and congressional voting districts.
Queen’s Grant Community Charter (K-8th grade) School will hold its final Open House event for the 2012-13 school year. If interested, go to the web site’s main page, and look under the heading “get to know us” and then click … Continue reading
Aviation Structural Mechanic First Class (AM1) Robert Orzescu who lives in Mint Hill has been named Raleigh Navy ROTC Enlisted Recruiter of the Year. Orzescu was looking for a way to do more with his life eight years ago as … Continue reading
Ed Driggs, a retired businessman and financial analyst, announced his intention to file for the District 6 County Commission seat as a Republican, challenging the long-time incumbent, Bill James.