Duke Energy is looking to keep us in the dark when things go astray for them. We encourage the power industry giant to reconsider a potential public relations blunder and swallow the damage its accountants are asking lawyers to fix.
When our voices are silent, we are most vulnerable. We must take advantage of the avenues afforded us. And with more than a week left, there is still time.
Rather than taking swings with poor pitches, UNC should square up to its problem, squash the spin doctoring and start regaining the full integrity we’ve known and loved about the university of the people.
We’re ready to see the purple ribbons. April arrives on Tuesday, and with it the Month of the Young Child.
Henderson’s losses are more feathers in its cap. Losing 40 years of experience in a matter of four weeks may sound negative on the surface. Others’ gains are indeed our loss. But there is an upside.
Cynics among us may argue it was only a matter of time for us up-and-coming small-timers. We’ll stand by the side of individuals making choices and now facing responsibility. In the case of Charlotte’s fallen mayor, it is a choice connected only to one man.
We are left to grieve for the victims and their families of Malaysian Airlines Flight 370. And doing so is even tougher under the circumstances.