Eating your weight in chocolate is ill-advised.
Around 770 people worked at the Slim Jim manufacturing plant before an explosion in 2009 left it abandoned. The nonprofit Garner Economic Development Corp. wants to attract companies that pay higher than the Wake County average annual wage.
There may be further proof of plagiarism by Chapel Hill High Principal Sulura Jackson.
Organic Transit expanding to Portland; fast-food workers strike; financial issues concerning the N.C. Board of Funeral Service; legal loophole allowing car thieves to sell vehicles
Take a tour of the immersive worlds and virtual wonderlands at Duke, N.C. State and UNC.
What stuck out was the black wheel. Normal rims, even dirty ones, maintain a silver sheen. But this one was covered in black soot. Brake dust, thought Sgt. David Labarre.
Street photography is the union of formalism (geometry, shape, patterns) with surrealism.
"I'm calling this evening to tell you about an important lesson I learned this week regarding the value of always citing sources in newsletters and other internal correspondence that goes out to staff."
"The only reason we're having this discussion tonight is that somebody's in a big hurry to get this approved."
More than 1.3 million uninsured North Carolinians are eligible for coverage through the Affordable Care Act's health insurance marketplace.
Emails provided to the INDY by N.C. State University reveal some disagreement between Illinois agribusinessman Jerry Walker and former members of his company regarding plans for the 79,000-acre property.