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For instance, he gave up his job as a stockbroker about 15 years ago to complete his first literary thriller.
Atrium Health is looking to slash labor costs across its Charlotte-area hospitals as part of a broad push to become more efficient, according to documents obtained by the Observer. Responding to Observer questions about the plans, the medical giant formerly known as Carolinas HealthCare System said that 90 people have been laid off since November when job cuts from the initiative began.
The Daily Tar Heel celebrates its 125th birthday in 2018. Editions from 1839, left and 1982, right, feature the news of the day.
VIDEO: The Neill family recently received a diagnosis for their five-year-old daughter Avery that changed the course of their lives. Avery's twin sister Rebekah and their little brother James struggle to understand the 'boo boo' in Avery's head.
Health officials announced Thursday that 50 more people have died from the flu in the Carolinas since the 2017-18 season started in October. Twenty-three more people have died from the flu in South Carolina and 27 more people have died from the flu in North Carolina.
A local group of film fans, artists and business people called Save the Chelsea announced Thursday that it has reached an agreement to take over the theater at the end of March. Grant Wacker, Duke University professor emeritus of Christian history, reflects on the success of the late evangelist Billy Graham, who died Wednesday at 99. Durham County security manager Edward Miller shot this video on Aug. 14, 2017.
A local group of film fans, artists and business people called Save the Chelsea announced Thursday that it had reached an agreement to take over the theater at the end of March. Current owner Bruce Stone said last year that he was putting the small theater in north Chapel Hill up for sale and considering retirement.
For the upcoming Chapel Hill location of crazy popular wing shack Heavenly Buffaloes, owner Mark Dundas has set a big opening target: The ACC tournament. He's 80 percent sure they'll make it.
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