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2015/03/28 18:56
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NEW HANOVER COUNTY | Duke Energy intends to appeal the $25.1 million state environmental fine levied against the utility giant for groundwater contamination from leaky coal-ash ponds at the company's...
2015/03/28 18:56
2015/03/28 18:56
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2015/03/26 23:48
2015/03/26 23:48
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Sweetwater schools and former administrator Dianne Russo have appealed the state pension system’s ruling that Russo wrongly accepted a full-time salary and state pension at the same time for two and a...
2015/03/24 19:56
2015/03/24 19:56
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... is a difficult step, but we cannot allow this level of regulatory overreach to go unchallenged," said Paul Newton, state president – North Carolina. "The actions by (N.C. Department of...
2015/03/24 16:01
2015/03/24 16:01
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Duke Energy will appeal a $25.1 million fine by North Carolina environmental regulators over pollution that has been seeping into groundwater for years from a pair of coal ash pits at a retired power...
2015/03/16 21:24
2015/03/16 21:24
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This is a flash conversion from a PDF of the court ruling in McCrory v. Berger. NORTH CAROLINA WAKE COUNTY Patrick L. McCrory, individually and in his official capacity as GOVERNOR OF THE STATE OF...
2015/03/13 19:21
2015/03/13 19:21
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The proposed merger of Congressional Bancshares and American Bank Holdings appears to be moving forward, but the fate of American CEO James Plack is less clear. What bank officials and regulators...
2015/03/11 10:56
2015/03/11 10:56
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The $25.1 million fine is meant to hold the company accountable for the extent and duration of the contamination at the Wilmington plant, according to a release from the N.C. Department of Environment...
2015/03/08 04:39
2015/03/08 04:39
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SEADRIFT - Since he was 13 years old, Wesley Blevins has sold shrimp caught in San Antonio Bay. The 68-year-old sold his license to operate a shrimp boat back to the state years ago, when health...
2015/03/07 23:43
2015/03/07 23:43
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With his legal appeals exhausted, Bonn Clayton knows the time has come to write a $600 check. That’s the penalty for lying about an election. Clayton is a 76-year-old Republican activist who lives in...
2015/03/07 13:34
2015/03/07 13:34
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One of the most-watched discrimination cases in recent state history soon will move back into the spotlight, reviving a national debate over an Oregon bakery's refusal to bake a wedding cake for a...
2015/03/28 18:56
2015/03/28 18:56
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