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  • First weekend back for East Carolina students 20 Aug 2017 04:53 WNCT GREENVILLE, N.C. (WNCT) — More than 20,000 pirates sailed back onto campus this past week, ready to dive into the “treasures” of a new school year. Various students shared their excitement, “I’m super, super excited!” “I’m looking forward to football …
  • County loses two legislators to plan 20 Aug 2017 04:46 Robesonian RALEIGH — Robeson County would lose half its current representation in the state House under district lines that were proposed on Saturday. Under the plan, which must be presented in public hearings before any approval, Robeson would have two House …
  • Swett off to impressive start 20 Aug 2017 04:45 Robesonian To open the season, three Robeson County teams started the year on the right foot and for two of the victors it sent their new head coaches careers off in the right direction. Red Springs and Fairmont gave first-year coaches Lawrence Ches and Kevin Inman …
  • Candles are lit at Charlotte Uprising vigil 20 Aug 2017 03:22 Charlotte Observer 1:00 Candles are lit at Charlotte Uprising vigil 1:18 Beginning of Charlotte Uprising vigil 3:02 Gastonia's Confederate monument: 'Heritage' or 'shameful history'? 1:25 Rayquan Borum enters plea in Justin Carr's fatal shooting 1:13 …
  • In City Council District 2, candidates reflect old and new Charlotte 20 Aug 2017 03:22 Charlotte Observer Uptown skyscrapers. African-American landmarks. Troubled neighborhoods. Prosperous suburbs. Few Charlotte City Council districts are as geographically diverse as District 2, which fans north and west from uptown along Beatties Ford and Sugar Creek roads …
  • In Republican stronghold, two GOP candidates seek District 6 council seat 20 Aug 2017 03:21 Charlotte Observer District 6 has been a stronghold for one of Charlotte’s shrinking populations – Republicans. Stretching from Myers Park to N.C. 51, the district covers much of southeast Charlotte from South Boulevard on the west to East Independence Boulevard. It’s one …
  • Scenes from the Charlotte Uprising candlelight vigil 20 Aug 2017 03:21 Charlotte Observer 0:53 Scenes from the Charlotte Uprising candlelight vigil 1:00 Candles are lit at Charlotte Uprising vigil 1:18 Beginning of Charlotte Uprising vigil 3:02 Gastonia's Confederate monument: 'Heritage' or 'shameful history'? 1:25 Rayquan …
  • GREGORY: New dynamic in the BMS campground corps 20 Aug 2017 03:18 NewsAdvance.com BRISTOL, Tenn. – The sprawling campgrounds around Bristol Motor Speedway once resembled a battlefield with different fan factions camped around the flag of their favorite driver. As race time approached, the factions marched to the track dressed in …
  • Mistake-prone Panthers fall 34-27 to Titans 20 Aug 2017 01:26 WTVD NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVD) -- Carolina Panthers coach Ron Rivera wasn't happy with practice Thursday, and he probably didn't like the first quarter of Saturday's loss to the Tennessee Titans either. Marcus Mariota threw a touchdown pass and the …
  • 33 arrests made as protesters clash with Boston police 20 Aug 2017 01:26 WTVD BOSTON (WTVD) -- Thousands of protesters, at times violent and clashing with police, converged Saturday on downtown Boston forcing the early conclusion of a free-speech rally held by a conservative group. At least 33 protesters were arrested. Stay on top …
  • North Carolina House reveals first redistricting draft 19 Aug 2017 23:41 WGHP RALEIGH, N.C. — Saturday afternoon, North Carolina House Republicans pushed their rough draft of new NCGA districts out for public review. This comes after the Supreme Court found 28 districts, 19 in the House and 9 in the Senate, were racially …
  • Group seeks to put up new Confederate monuments 19 Aug 2017 22:34 WYFF Since 2007, John Culpepper had been anticipating this moment: the unveiling of a statue to the common Confederate soldier in his hometown of Chickamauga, Georgia. In November of last year, three days before Donald Trump won the presidency, it became a …
  • Differing views on past week of Trump’s presidency spotlight partisan divide 19 Aug 2017 22:30 Anchorage Daily News For Parson Hicks, a health care finance executive who supports President Donald Trump, this past week has felt a little like deja vu. Trump says something. His opponents howl and then predict, with certainty, a point of no return. The last time this …
  • Here’s your latest eclipse outlook for the Charlotte viewing area 19 Aug 2017 22:29 Charlotte Observer Conditions for viewing Monday’s eclipse have improved steadily over the last few days, after there was early concern of the possibility of rain and thunderstorms. That chance for storms is gone for upstate South Carolina and the Charlotte area, after a …
  • SEASON PREVIEW: South Carolina looking to toughen up in and against run 19 Aug 2017 22:18 Savannah Morning News COLUMBIA, S.C. — South Carolina coach Will Muschamp boiled down his team’s problems last year to two things: Running the ball successfully and stopping the run. North Carolina transfer tailback Ty’Son Williams wants to help with the first thing. …
  • What's new at R.G. Drage? 19 Aug 2017 21:54 CantonRep.com One of the new instructors at R.G. Drage Career Technical Center worked as the superintendent of the tournament course at Firestone Country Club. By Kelli Weir 
/ Repository staff writer Students attending R.G. Drage Career Technical Center will …
  • Starmount falls 28-7 in season opener 19 Aug 2017 21:42 Yadkin Ripple MOUNT AIRY — Starmount football kicked off the 2017 season against a powerhouse Mount Airy football team on Friday night. The Bears got the better of the Rams to earn a 28-7 season-opening win. It’s an understatement to say that the Bears’ receivers were …
  • As Confederate statues come down, new ones take their place 19 Aug 2017 21:40 Mace and Crown Culpepper founded the local chapter of the Sons of Confederate Veterans, the self-described historic honor society that's been keeping the Confederate legacy alive for more than a century. Culpepper greeted visitors with smiles and handshakes as they …
  • Signs show off Purple Heart pride 19 Aug 2017 21:28 Union County Weekly Photo courtesy of Indian Trail INDIAN TRAIL – Indian Trail has installed 10 signs at key entry points in recognition of being a Purple Heart City. The honor recognizes Indian Trail’s place as home to men and women wounded in combat and awarded the Purple …
  • New map reveals part of NC Republicans’ redistricting plan 19 Aug 2017 21:24 News Observer State lawmakers on Saturday released a new map showing how they want to redraw state House districts. The proposed map comes after courts ruled that 2011 election maps for the state House and Senate included unconstitutional racial gerrymanders. State Rep …

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