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We make no presumption that we have a consistent understanding of the national economy, and more especially, its macro component. We do, however, have a natural affinity for our local economy.


The United States economy expanded at .2% for the first quarter, 2015, which is better than zero expansion in GDP (Gross Domestic Product), which is better than negative expansion, but not an economy that anyone should be proud of; certainly not the Obama Administration.
A meeting was held in Edenton on Nov 22 in order that local citizens will understand the benefits, or detriments, to the community regarding wind farms.
Today, David Herman, MD, president and CEO of Vidant Health, announced the appointment of Brian Floyd as president of Vidant Medical Center in Greenville, NC, effective October 1, 2014.
Disgraced Standard & Poor's claims that $24 Billion was lost to the economy in the government shut-down. But they are wrong.
A small change in a North Carolina law affecting charter schools could have a major impact on teacher education in North Carolina.
Bill Sherrill feels like he has an uphill battle in an effort to continue self-distributing the beer he brews at Red Oak Brewery in Guilford County.
At Golden LEAF's February and April Board meetings, the Foundation awarded a total of 32 grants totaling $17.4 million to a diverse set of projects to organizations across the state from Cherokee to Pasquotank counties.
A former South Carolina congressman told an environmental forum that many conservatives don't think they can compete when it comes to visions for improving the environment.