Carly Deal is a brand new teacher, starting her first job at one of Charlotte-Mecklenburg's brand new schools. She's the daughter of Pam Deal, who entered the profession 40 years ago and just retired. Her parents helped her move into her new classroom recently.
The American subsidiary of a Japanese company plans to move its headquarters from New York to Wake County and open a distribution center in Alamance County as part of an incentives deal the company reached with the state.
The company will receive up to $63,000 in grants from the One North Carolina Fund if it creates about 100 jobs and invests at least $3.5 million in North Carolina over the next five years.
Rae Carruth said in his phone interview that he has changed from the young NFL player he was when he was originally convicted. “Back then, I was very immature,” he said. “Very self-centered.” He said he has found God in prison and wants to be involved in his son’s life.
Rae Carruth has spent the last seventeen years of his life behind bars. In 2001, the star Carolina Panthers wide-receiver was convicted of charges related to the murder of Cherica Adams, a beautiful 24-year-old who was seven months pregnant with his child. She was shot four times while driving her BMW by someone Carruth hired to pull the trigger. He talked to WBTV in an exclusive interview.
North Carolina’s new prisons chief Reuben Young told the Observer he wants stiffer criminal penalties for inmates who assault correctional officers. The proposal comes after attacks at Bertie and Pasquotank prisons killed five employees in 2017.