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Photos: U.S. Sailor who spied for Soviets dies

A former U.S. Sailor convicted during the Cold War of leading a spy ring for the Soviet Union out of Norfolk has died in a prison hospital. 8 more words

Local News

Roseboro makes decision

CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Four-star 2015 defensive lineman Darian Roseboro has made his college choice public.

During a press conference at Lincolnton High School hours before the Wolves’ biggest rival, South Point (Belmont, N.C.) is set to kick-off the senior uttered the words Michigan fans will be playing over and over “For the next three to four years, I’ll be attending the University of Michigan.” Said Roseboro, “I love the coaching staff, the fans, everything about Michigan.” 106 more words


NCVPS E-lert for August 28, 2014

Also from yesterday’s inbox…

Districts and Charter Schools,

Please forward this E-lert to your school-level stakeholders. If you are having difficulty viewing this email, you may view the E-lert online here: 

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Living Like Weasels

I’m on the plane headed from Montana to North Carolina to visit life-long friends. Friends whose children have transformed in the past few years into different versions of the creatures they were the last time I visited. 286 more words


On Being Afraid

by Matt Dodson

Corvallis, Oregon

There was a roof of solid quartzite above me, and below me a quartzite slab angling away toward the ground interrupted only every so often by a shrub or a patch of thick moss on a small ledge.  640 more words


North Carolina General Assembly Fails to Jump Start Our Businesses with Crowdfunding Legislation

Crowdfunding is a relatively new capital raising tool, which was generally used in the past as a financing method for such ventures as films and music recordings.  774 more words

Administrative & Regulatory