RALEIGH — A long-time adviser to N.C. Senate Leader Phil Berger (R-Rockingham) announced this week that she is leaving her post. Amy Auth is leaving to be director of state affairs with the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill starting in May. A graduate of UNC Chapel Hill, Auth served in Berger’s office for more than seven years, most recently as deputy chief of staff for communications. She also worked in communications for Gov. Pat McCrory’s first gubernatorial campaign, for former Sen. Elizabeth Dole (R- N.C.) and for Rep. Virginia Foxx (N.C.-05).
RALEIGH Judge John Arrowood was sworn onto the N.C. Court of Appeals Monday to fill the vacancy of Judge Douglas McCullough, who resigned effective Monday morning. McCullough served on the Court of Appeals for […]
RALEIGH — Amy Funderburk has been appointed as the 16th clerk of court for the Supreme Court of North Carolina. Chief Justice Mark Martin announced Funderburk’s appointment on Monday. “The Supreme Court was unanimous in […]
RALEIGH — Stanford University will welcome several graduate students with North Carolina connections in its 2019 class of Knight-Hennessey Scholars. The prestigious scholarship, named for Philip H. Knight, a Stanford alumnus and co-founder of Nike […]