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Framing work continues on this house being constructed by Albemarle Home Builders in the Hunters Lake subdivision off Oak Stump Road in Pasquotank County, Thursday. Local builders say that for the most part, the region’s construction industry is still having trouble recovering from the recession.

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Framing work continues on this house being constructed by Albemarle Home Builders in the Hunters Lake subdivision off Oak Stump Road in Pasquotank County, Thursday. Local builders say that for the most part, the region’s construction industry is still having trouble recovering from the recession.

Construction starts lag in northeast

By Cindy Beamon

The Daily Advance

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Construction starts may be picking up across the nation, but builders in northeastern North Carolina are still waiting for their business to increase.

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Continuance of promised change

Thank you, Obama, for your continued improvement of our economy and our lives. Mere words cannot express our gratitude. I would thank you in person, but I can't get time off from my 3 part-time jobs, and if I could get off, I couldn't afford the gas to drive up and see you. I would like to send you a thank you note, but I can't even afford postage. Oh well, It's the thought that really counts.

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