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Errant tweet inspires "National Blue Cheese Dressing Day"


Piedmont Airlines retiring its Dash 8 Fleet


Restaurant chain's "grill masters" available today to help make holiday meals


Harley, stung by tariffs, shifts some production overseas


Businesses increasingly allow employees to donate paid time off


Just 2 projects use NC's film grants so far this fiscal year


Gas prices still on the rise


Trump: US will help penalized Chinese company


Callers to SC city's hotline can report offensive odors


Hawaii officials encourage tourism despite volcano


Report: Legal marijuana boosts government revenue _ a little


Local organization hosting luncheon to promote tourism


More trains between Charlotte and Raleigh to begin in June


New Goldsboro furniture store mattress purchases benefit children in need


Poster for Elvis North Carolina show sells for over $42,000


Question of sales tax on online purchases goes to high court


Sonic hosting job fair today in Onslow County


Study: South should spend on schools, train homegrown talent


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