Morehead City NC News

Seven N.C. appeals court races on ballot this fall

Watchwords in this year’s North Carolina‘s appellate court campaigns include common labels judicial candidates give themselves such as experienced, fair and independent. But they’ve also included one phrase unfamiliar to recent general election candidates for the Supreme Court and Court of Appeals – fundraisers.

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Sampson to reap VIPER upgrade benefits

Courtesy photoThe VIPER mobile tower in Morehead City is poised to receive upgrades thanks to a $ 186,000 Homeland Security grant, resulting in benefits to Sampson and other counties with no local dollars needed. Courtesy photoThe VIPER mobile tower in Morehead City is poised to receive upgrades thanks to a $ 186,000 Homeland Security grant, resulting in benefits to Sampson and other counties with no local dollars needed.

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Music, arts fest celebrates Hamlet native John Coltrane

Daily Journal file photoJulius McCabe of Morehead City sings and plays the guitar on stage last year during the John Coltrane Music Edu-Tainment Festival at the Wayman Chapel Faith Center in Hamlet. Daily Journal file photoJulius McCabe of Morehead City sings and plays the guitar on stage last year during the John Coltrane Music Edu-Tainment Festival at the Wayman Chapel Faith Center in Hamlet.

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This weekend in ENC

Enjoy amateur boxing with boxers from multiple states competing at the Jacksonville Commons Recreation Center, 100 Recreation Lane, at 6 p.m. Oct. 4. Admission is $ 15, and children under eight are free.

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Man convicted of meth-related fire

Joshua Stanley Dixon, 30, of Newport, pleaded guilty Monday in Carteret County Superior Court to two counts of possession of methamphetamine precursor chemicals, according to information from the office of District Attorney Scott Thomas.

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Woman convicted of embezzling $150K

Michelle Morris Branche, 47, pleaded guilty Tuesday in Carteret County Superior Court to one count of felony embezzlement and three counts of felony obtaining property by false pretense, according to information from District Attorney Scott Thomas.

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Duo accused of stealing freezers from pizza shop

On October 16, 2014 around 11:00 am it was reported that two freezers were stolen from No Name Pizza on US 70 sometimes during the night.

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NC Seafood Festival impacts community, organizers said

With about 200,000 people in one weekend, the largest festival in Eastern North Carolina ended Sunday night, organizers said. Organizers say it looks like more people attended this year than last.

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Book reveals photographer’s images of North Carolina’s tumultuous 1950s and ’60s

This woman was working at a tobacco warehouse in Lumberton during a tobacco auction. Back in the 1950s, people enjoyed being photographed.

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Obama Attacks Fox News By Name In Midterm Campaign Speech

Vince Coglianese is the executive editor of The Daily Caller. His reporting has received wide coverage, including in the pages of The New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post and The Drudge Report, among others.

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