A Facebook post from the military base wants to make Edward Stever’s 100th birthday a very special one. Stever is a World War II veteran and Fort Bragg is asking people to send him a birthday card to celebrate his major life milestone.
The tuition freeze is effective immediately and will apply to incoming freshmen, transfer students and current undergraduates for the 2019-’20 year - traditional undergraduate students enrolled in the Boiling Springs campus program.
Representative John Bell and North Carolina Senate Majority Whip Rick Gunn are sponsoring the bill, set to be filed next week, that will allow public universities to sell beer and wine at venues on campus.
Less than 12 hours after the bill was introduced, the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians released a statement to WBTV in which they called the move to give a historically South Carolina Indian tribe North Carolina property “a modern day land grab.”
Tepper was ranked the 118th richest person in the world on the most recent addition of Forbes’ billionaires list. Last year, he was ranked #38 in the world and in elite company - ahead of Charles Schwab and 14 spots away from Elon Musk.
After the Walmart in Marion, NC saw the petition and the outpouring of support from the community, they announced on Facebook that Jay has accepted a position as a Self-Checkout Host. The move has saved his job.
The bill outlines the registration fees to be used by the Department of Transportation “for bicycle safety related projects, including bicycle 13 lanes, signage, safety education, and bicycle helmet grants for minors.”
Harris, who was the unofficial winner of the 9th District election in November, made the announcement just days after a four-day hearing into alleged election fraud held by the North Carolina State Board of Elections.
Charlotte Douglas International Airport announced a major milestone in the airport’s growth Thursday. The the world’s seventh busiest airport welcomed 46.4 million passengers in 2018, an all-time high.
The court hearing was continued after the defense asked the judge for more time to look over new evidence. The defense attorney also mentioned the possibility of further examining body camera video from the night of the incident.
When Customs and Border Protection further inspected the strawberry shipment, officers discovered 350 packages of alleged methamphetamine concealed within the trailer. In total, 906 pounds of methamphetamine was seized from the shipment.
Stefania Arteaga, a spokesperson for Comunidad Colectiva, said they believe the amount of people arrested is actually around 20-30 people but they are staying conservative with numbers because community members are still “trying to reach their loved ones.”