Granville sheriff suspended while case against him plays out

Granville sheriff suspended while case against him plays out

Granville County Sheriff Brindell Wilkins has agreed to step aside while he faces criminal charges of obstruction of justice. Wilkins, who is accused of urging someone to kill a deputy he thought was about to expose his alleged use of racially offensive language, said through his attorney that he “lSee Original Article

Fall equinox marks the beginning of autumn, but not equal day and night

The word equinox comes from the Latin word equinoxium, meaning “equal day and night.” Looking at the Earth from space today, the northern and southern hemisphere receive about the same amount of daylight. But that doesn’t mean we’ll get exactly 12 hours of sunlight here in Raleigh on the day of the See Original Article

Case of meningitis at Methodist University in Fayetteville appears to be isolated

A member of the Methodist University community is in the hospital with a possible case of bacterial meningitis, state health officials confirm.

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In Chapel Hill, young women worry about safety as rape remains unsolved

Some female students at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill say a series of recent incidents has them feeling unsafe on campus and near campus.
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Ocracoke recovery coming slowly after Dorian

More than two weeks after Hurricane Dorian swamped Ocracoke Island, recovery is moving slowly but steadily.
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Dem, GOP leaders spar over call for lie detector test on veto override vote

Calling the veto override two weeks ago “a deliberate, dishonest assault on the Democratic process,” House Minority leader Darren Jackson is challenging House Republican leaders to take a lie detector test to prove they did not intentionally deceive House Democrats.

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