Public Notices
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The Hendersonville Lightning ran legal advertisements six times notifying the public of the sale of county-owned property on Sixth Avenue. Two bidders raised the price by $114,000 over three … more
Let’s begin with a quiz. 1. What do legal notices posted in North Carolina newspapers have to do with North Carolina teacher supplements? 2. When was the last time you visited Watauga … more
SALISBURY — Dueling bills in the state legislature could affect the way you view an array of public notices, such as tax liens. Newspapers and local government websites would compete for … more
People have a right to know, and newspapers continue to support this and the public’s free access to government records and meetings. That’s why two bills — S435 and HB572 … more
There was a really great story in The Washington Post last week that grabbed my attention and made my heart sing. It was about the staff of the Booster Redux, the student newspaper of Pittsburg High … more
Delinquent tax payers owned Moore County $1.37 million when the county published its annual tax liens in the March 8 edition of The Pilot.The 12-page section listed the names of delinquent tax … more
State Rep. Ken Goodman of Rockingham, speaking of the importance of continuing to require the publication of legal notices in general circulation newspapers, said, “Newspaper not only are a … more
Some North Carolina lawmakers want local governments to compete with newspapers and sell legal advertising, making important information more difficult to find. Sen. Trudy Wade, R-Guilford, … more
Three Republicans in the N.C. Senate filed a bill March 21 to let local governments post public notices on their own websites rather than buying space in newspapers for them; and to post legal … more
If State Sen. Trudy Wade, R-Guilford, has her way, legal advertising will no longer be required in North Carolina newspapers. But Pamlico County’s Norman Sanderson is working with others to … more
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