Gov. Pat McCrory plans to spend up to $230,000 in taxpayer funds remodeling bathrooms in his private living quarters at North Carolina’s Executive Mansion even as he demands belt-tightening for public schools and social programs.
Health and Human Services Secretary Aldona Wos got a bipartisan grilling Tuesday from lawmakers worried about personnel decisions and other issues at her embattled state agency.
The Drive Thursday 5-3-12 – Pat McCrory sits down with Taylor, Marc and Steve Smith live from the Wells Fargo Championship to discuss, the Panthers stadium renovations, 485 expansion, and his experiences with sports in Charlotte.
ASHEBORO, N.C. (AP) — Republican Pat McCrory is signing his first bill as North Carolina governor. McCrory planned to put his signature on a law Monday morning in Asheboro that requires the State Board of […]
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Republican Gov. Pat McCrory says he attended the opening session of the General Assembly to show respect for the Legislature and to show that running state government will be a team […]
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — North Carolina’s new governor plans to meet with reporters and his cabinet before heading for his first out-of-town trip since taking office. Gov. Pat McCrory plans his first news conference Monday […]
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Republican Pat McCrory is taking the oath for North Carolina governor early rather than waiting another week for the pomp of inauguration weekend. McCrory and his Cabinet will be sworn in […]
DURHAM, N.C. (AP) — Incoming North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory said Wednesday his top priorities include changing the state’s tax system, and he’s promising bankers and business leaders he’ll push back if special interests try to protect their advantage.
DURHAM, N.C. (AP) — North Carolina Gov.-elect Pat McCrory will speak to bankers about what he plans to do for the state’s economy in 2013. McCrory accepted the invitation to talk today to the 11th Annual […]
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — North Carolina voters gave Republicans all but a stranglehold over state government as the party won the governor’s race, gained veto-proof majorities in the General Assembly and kept a majority on the state Supreme Court.