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2020 Legal Elite: Jam Session

Photos By Christer Berg, Mitchell Kearney Longfellow called music “the universal language of mankind,” but that doesn’t mean any particular group shares favorites. That was...

Soaring Latino population fortifies North Carolina’s growth prospects

North Carolina’s Latino population soars, though gains in business and political influence remain elusive.

N.C. Research Campus in Kannapolis presses on with hefty UNC System aid

Hope springs eternal as Kannapolis’ shift from textiles to test tubes nears the two-decade mark, bolstered by a revitalized center city and a state investment of $269 million.

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Sherwood Smith Jr., a lawyer, rose to power at the state’s second-largest electric utility just as nuclear production swept into vogue.

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North Carolina’s 65-plus population has grown significantly over the last decade, outpacing the national trend.

Moore County makes advances in health care, tourism and supporting veterans

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