The N.C. General Assembly Web site can help you follow what lawmakers are working on in Raleigh, including finding a plan to make up the state’s $2.4 billion budget shortfall.
UNC Asheville students investigate public records, help reopen Buncombe County cold case
In honor of Sunshine Week, Carolina Public Press invited UNC Asheville seniors Natalie Pearson and Timothy Meinch, both students in the university’s Public Affairs Journalism class, to write about their use of public records in reporting about Joseph “Joe” D’Aquisto, an Asheville man who disappeared in 2002, at age 61.
From our readers: “Rocking Chair”
Reader photo by Gregory Peters Rocking Chair Back porch of Mount Mitchell Restaurant, Yancey County, April 12, 2010 Photographer’s notebook April 12, 2010, was a Monday and my day off. […]
A “new dawn” for open government? Sunshine Week spotlights rising push for transparency in N.C.
Time to bask in the glow of being in the know: It’s Sunshine Week, a celebration of freedom of information held nationally since 2005.
From the Web: United Way of Asheville, Buncombe County preparing to grant more than $2 million
United Way of Asheville and Buncombe County says volunteers are reviewing applications and plan on investing more than $2 million.