Wilmington, NC – WHQR this week is asking candidates in two state house races five questions on some of the most pressing issues facing North Carolina. Focusing on the 17th District House race, the issue is health care for a growing senior population.
Democrat Allan Dameron is a North Carolina native who has lived in Brunswick County for the last 16 years and runs his own real estate company.
Wilmington, NC – The Centers for Disease Control is currently surveying residents of Brunswick County to get an idea of how healthy people are across the nation.
Brunswick County was randomly chosen by the national agency, as are the participants of the survey. CDC Study Manager, Sherwin Bates, says the data received is used to find out the health needs of Americans.
Wilmington, NC – All this week WHQR is asking candidates in two state house races five questions on some of the most pressing issues facing North Carolina. Focusing on the 18th District House race we start this morning talking about eminent domain.
Republican Frankie Roberts stepped into the race with less than 100 days to campaign after his wife stepped out of the race for personal reasons.
Wilmington, NC – Thalian Hall's Executive Director Tony Rivenbark says a city park proposed for the Thalian's current parking lot could hamper fundraising efforts for an addition to the historic performance hall.
Rivenbark says he's already hearing concerns from patrons he's hoping will fund the $8-million project.
Southeastern NC – 8th District Senator RC Soles is an institution. Literally. The State Senate named Soles a North Carolina Institution last year for his nineteen terms in the general assembly. And like any good incumbent, when Soles talks about his district, it's in long lists of projects won and dollars doled out.