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Elaine Marshall, North Carolina’s Secretary of State since 1997, thought she knew the patterns of new businesses registering with her office, but starting in mid-2020 she saw a puzzling change. “June of 2020 was when the rocket started shooting up,” she said. Amid the disruptions of the pandemic, the numbers surged. Filings in 2021 set a record at 178,300. Last year’s filings nearly matched ...

Longleaf Film Festival begins next month

The EPA is studying pollution from industrial-sized animal farms, potentially a first step toward new rules that could impact North Carolina’s booming hog and poultry industries. As part of regularly updating water pollution rules, the federal agency will consider whether animal facility rules adequately protect public waterways. The move stems from a 2021 lawsuit filed by Food & Water Watch, ...

MADISON — Builder Joyce Wilson has created a tiny neighborhood inside her home here where the housing market is always healthy and living spac…

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