North Carolinians are already throwing away about $16 million annually when we litter our state. We can’t afford that.
If it is worth building, do it right from the start. The payoff is priceless.
Maria Parham Medical Center’s emergency room didn’t just beat national and state wait time averages in a recent data composition by ProPublica, it was third-best from Manteo to Murphy and all points between.
Colleges and universities need measurements. Standardized testing has always been debated. Admissions offices have choices for assessing applicants and students have choices for which colleges will judge their application.
Gov. Pat McCrory still may yet come around with the Department of Health and Human Services. He doesn’t shake loose easily when he has strong beliefs.
Our detractors are waiting. So, too, are our allies. United States action, or lack thereof, will trigger the planet’s dominos even while the real battle is between Russia and Ukraine. Our full-time role as the world’s policeman is yet again center stage.
Before this week began, we had already endured a couple of bouts with the wintry weather. But severe weather is on the minds of many this week. It is Severe Weather Awareness Week, and Gov. Pat McCrory has joined in the crusade to help North Carolinians be aware and prepared.