RALEIGH - The last class of the North Carolina Teaching Fellows Program will graduate this Spring. The program recruited students across the state to study and work as teachers, which Keith Poston, President and Executive Director of the Public School Forum of North Carolina, says was a unique boon to the state.
MILLS RIVER -- RAUMEDIC, Inc. will be locating its first U.S. production facility and headquarters in Henderson County and creating 138 new jobs over the next five years. The company plans to invest $26.3 million in the town of Mills River.
RALEIGH - The North Carolina Industrial Commission announced today the approval of three administrative rules which significantly revise its Medical Fee Schedule. The revised medical fee schedule is expected to provide the state’s workers’ compensation system with $27 million in annual savings and encourage increased access to medical care.
ELON -- In a hypothetical 2016 matchup between two of the biggest names in American politics, Hillary Clinton is the current favorite to win North Carolina over Jeb Bush in a presidential race that many respondents in the latest Elon University Poll said they would like to see.