Results from a new study released today by Aflac, the leading provider of voluntary insurance in the United States, demonstrate how employers evaluated costs and made health care benefits decisions as the launch of health care reform approached.
Union County’s unemployment rate continued its downward trend in April, dropping to 5.3 percent, according to the N.C. Department of Commerce Labor and Economic Analysis Division.
Monroe City Council made some changes to the zoning ordinances, specifically what businesses are permitted in the General Business category.
In addition to offering hairstyling and other services, Lisa Reneé Reyes says he hopes to help educate customers on proper hair care.
Indian Trail Mayor Michael Alvarez is out of the county commissioner race.
John Connaughton, an economist at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, released his quarterly forecast for North Carolina earlier this week.