WASHINGTON – The week after Donald Trump won the election, he ducked away from Trump Tower for a steak dinner at 21.
RALEIGH — The annual testing data and report cards for North Carolina’s public schools are out.
The streams of data released recently by state education authorities flowed out in familiar patterns: Another modest increase in the high school graduation rate, a slight uptick in the schools with A or B grades, a slight decline in schools graded D or F, but a rise in the number of schools defined as low-performing.
RALEIGH -- The decision to oust the incumbent mayor of North Carolina’s largest city came down to a margin of just 3,398 voters -- 0.6 percent of the registered voters in Charlotte.
We hear the narrative.
The Currituck Board of Education has lost its mind.
The ink was hardly dry on the Joe Arpaio pardon when The Daily Advance jumped into the action.