There’s a lot of anticipation that the Senate will be out with its state budget proposal next week, but this week could hardly be described as the calm before the storm.
The purpose of the special meeting "will be to consider authorizing legal action regarding NC House Bill 488" and other related matters, according to the announcement.
On Saturday, Gov. Pat McCrory responded to President Obama's weekly radio address, saying "in North Carolina, we’re concentrating on reforms in three fundamental areas: the economy, education and efficiency."
Gov. Pat McCrory announced Thursday the creation of an "Innovation Center" that will allow state chief information officers, public schools, universities, vendors and citizens to "create and test new solutions."
The University of North Carolina system's five-year plan came just before Gov. Pat McCrory released his proposed $20.6 billion budget, one that included proposed cuts of $139 million from the system's budget. Faculty throughout the state -- ...
In an ongoing effort to communicate fiscal realities and identify community priorities in the upcoming budget year, Asheville City Council will hold a community budget meeting Thursday, April 18, at 6 p.m.
Local and statewide medical leaders predict higher costs for all and strains on services for the uninsured.
The state House saw multiple debates this week about a bill that would change the ownership and operation of the Asheville water system, as some legislators from across the state questioned what it may mean for their own districts.