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RALEIGH -- Bills filed in the N.C. House and Senate would preserve the requirement that governments publish legal notices in newspapers, a step press advocates are hailing as a victory for the … more
Brunswick Beacon , 208 Smith Avenue Shallotte 28470 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
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY Some of the most common questions we get when we do workshops and on the Hotline relate to the dangers of publishing information on the internet and social media and … 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
Daily Record , 99 W. Broad Street Dunn 28334 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
Selling and sailing have a lot in common. Consider the jibe. A sailboat cannot sail directly into the wind, but it can sail at angles to the wind. The closest point of sail is approximately … more
An exchange in an editors’ hotline probed a familiar topic: When is a business announcement considered news, and when is it an ad? The item in question was a new employee at an auction and … more
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