Tax-free weekends are a thing of the past in North Carolina – except at one local store.
School buses will be on the roads and hallways will be filling up with students.
Now that they have a final finding number from both the state and county, the group is looking at where they can make up for shortfalls.
Over the span of two weeks, more than 50 educators from 25 schools will visit six different companies in the Triangle.
Having fired and re-hired its superintendent last year, Moore County has decided to extend Superintendent Bob Grimesey’s contract.
What once as a 12-step process is now done with a single touch of a button.
About a dozen laws approved last year or this year that go into effect with the start of state government’s new fiscal year July 1.
The law would require educators to have criminal background checks.
Now state lawmakers have introduced a new bill that would require mandatory testing at those sites.
The board claims the court’s ruling strips the schools of basic authority to enact policies that accommodate privacy and safety needs of all…