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 On Friday morning, Mocksville Republican Sen. Andrew Brock officially resigned his seat offering his letter of resignation to Gov. Roy Cooper. The move follows his appointment to the State Board of Review. On […]
RALEIGH — North Carolina Supreme Court Chief Justice Mark Martin delivered his State of the Judiciary address Saturday in Asheville to the North Carolina Bar Association (NCBA), highlighting recommendations made by the N.C. Commission on […]
RALEIGH Two rural N.C. hospitals recently received grants allowing them to increase inpatient psychiatric and substance abuse beds. The grants were awarded by the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services to Duke […]