The North Carolina Association of Educators hosted a candidate forum for the North Carolina House of Representatives District 112 Thursday night.
A week after a U.S. Circuit Court panel ruled against provisions of the state’s voting law, the U.S. Supreme Court blocked the decision, citing the time it would take to reinstate same-day registration and the counting of provisional ballots out of precinct.
Lawmakers run from chairing committees to giving speeches to casting votes, raising campaign money all the while. It's what they do, whether serving on Capitol Hill or at the statehouse. No one has perfect attendance.
Candidates for the Rutherford County Board of Education and the North Carolina House District 112 will face each other today in separate political forum at R-S Central High School.
A 60-day comment period has been opened by the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) on its Strategic Transportation Corridors (STC).
Bostic Town Council approved an adjustment for water bills for three town customers during the town board meeting at 6 p.m. Monday at town hall.
Commissoners for the Town of Ruth signed a lease agreement Monday night with the Boy Scouts of America for the use of the town tractor.
Rutherford County is working with the Department of Commerce to identify areas underserved by broadband Internet access.
The prayer policy at Rutherford County Commission meetings is not changing, according to Chairman Bill Eckler.
Doug Wortham used a Defense Department giveaway program for law enforcement to stock his office with an assault rifle, a handgun and a Humvee — even though the people in his custody are in no condition to put up a fight.
North Carolina's top lawyer has advised local officials to prepare for an influx of same-sex couples seeking marriage certificates following a federal judge's ruling expected within days.
A judge is holding a hearing to find out how North Carolina will comply with an appeals court ruling that restores same-day registration and counting out-of-precinct ballots for the fall election.
The major-party candidates for U.S. Senate in North Carolina are again meeting face-to-face in the first of two televised debates this week.
Rutherford County Sheriff Chris Francis is moving forward to contract with the Community Pet Center (CPC) to handle day-to-day operations of the Animal Control facility on Laurel Hill Drive in Rutherfordton.
Last year, the North Carolina Senate balked at passing tougher guidelines regarding puppy mills because one lawmaker’s profanity-laced tirade against the bill was made public.
Opponents of a voting law backed by North Carolina's Republican leaders urge the U.S. Supreme Court to block parts they say will discourage minorities from casting ballots.
Same-sex marriage advocates in North Carolina say they will ask a federal judge to quickly strike down the state's ban following the U.S. Supreme Court's refusal to hear appeals of the issue.
The Republican former nurse who upset a congressman to win a seat in the U.S. House is matching wits with a former entertainer who wants to take her place.
Rutherford County Sheriff Chris Francis will talk about Animal Control issues with the Rutherford County Commission Monday night.
An effort to better identify broadband Internet coverage in Rutherford County has started.
North Carolina education leaders are considering changing the grading scale for high schools in the state.
The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has restored same-day registration and outside-of-precinct votes being considered.
The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals felt the North Carolina General Assembly went too far with its sweeping voter bill from 2013.
Parts of North Carolina's new voting law, considered one of the toughest in the nation, were set aside for next month's elections because they were likely to disenfranchise black voters, a federal appeals court panel ruled Wednesday.
New North Carolina laws involving coal ash, specialty license plates and the regulation of alcoholic beverages are being implemented starting in October.