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Anti-immigrant and racist rhetoric is costing NC sheriffs their seats across the state

In case you missed it, voters in several North Carolina counties sent a strong signal this year that they don’t want local law enforcement to do the dirty work of enforcing the Trump Administration’s…
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CEO of Chapel Hill firm talks 2 new partnerships with big pharma

Chapel Hill-based Target PharmaSolutions is wrapping up 2018 with a pair of new partnerships, further pushing the fast-developing company toward what its CEO says will be a better 2019.  This month,…
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State Board of Elections: 9th congressional district investigation a top priority

The State Board of Elections and Ethics Enforcement has named Leslie McCrae Dowless Jr. as a person of interest in connection with the absentee ballot fraud investigation in the 9th congressional dis…
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$40M+ Fuquay-Varina mixed-use project underway

Construction crews have descended on a chunk of vacant and lightly-treed farmland near downtown Fuquay-Varina, beginning work on what will one day be a walkable, mixed-use development.
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TBJ's 2018 Family Business Awards winners honored

Executives across the Triangle gathered Thursday night to honor the winners of Triangle Business Journal's 2018 Family Business Awards. The 13 businesses were recognized for their entrepreneurial sp…
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U.S. Supreme Court considering NC partisan gerrymandering cases today

The U.S. Supreme Court is discussing partisan gerrymandering in North Carolina today. The high court is taking up League of Women Voters of North Carolina v. Rucho and Rucho v. Common Cause in confer…
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UNC faculty, teaching assistants withhold final grades over return of “Silent Sam”

Nearly 80 faculty and teaching assistants at UNC-Chapel Hill are pledging to withhold this semester’s final exam and assignment grades unless the UNC-Chapel Hill Board of Trustees abandons a plan to …
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LendingTree CEO flips script on North Carolina's recruiting battle with South Carolina

On Thursday at the Charlotte Regional Business Alliance, LendingTree Inc. CEO Doug Lebda praised politicians and government administrators for giving him ample reason to keep the publicly traded comp…
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30-acre Durham facility sells as research organization exits Triangle

A scientific research organization is packing up and leaving the Triangle by the end of January.
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Restaurant group's beefy acquisition will make it the first in the country to hit $2B in sales

It may have access to endless tacos, burgers and fresh-baked rolls, but the Flynn Restaurant Group is hungry for more. The San Francisco-based restaurant group has added 368 Arby's locations to its…
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NC bank startup clears major regulatory hurdle

A startup bank in Winston-Salem has received conditional approval for its application for federal deposit insurance – a key step in the process. The planned Community Bank of the Carolinas, led by …
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Pancheros to make NC debut with 3 Triangle restaurants

Entrepreneur and restaurateur William Castaneda is bringing the state’s first Pancheros Mexican Grill to Cary. The restaurant signed a multi-unit agreement with Castaneda, which will bring a total …
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New election all but inevitable now in the 9th District

It’s increasingly clear that the November election results in North Carolina’s 9th Congressional District cannot and will not stand. It was one thing when state officials were starting to raise quest…
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Cover Story: Elder Orphans: Numbers rise as challenges soar

One study found that more than one fifth of Americans are at risk of being alone as they age. Add to that the decreasing number of caregivers, an expensive health care system and a new crop of blue-c…
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2018 Family Business Awards winners (1-6)

2018 Family Business Awards Winners (1-6)
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