Mar 19, 2024 - News

The Tea: More flood disclosure

Illustration of a teapot made out of an acorn with steam coming from the spout.

Illustration: Allie Carl/Axios

๐Ÿก Homebuyers in North Carolina will start getting detailed information about a property's flood history, after the NC Real Estate Commission approved changes to the standard disclosure form property owners must fill out. (News & Observer ๐Ÿ”’)

๐Ÿป Raleigh chef Cheetie Kumar discusssed what makes a dive bar a dive bar, and what music she's putting on the jukebox. (Last Call)

๐Ÿ—ณ๏ธ Incumbent Orange County Board of Education members Bonnie Hauser and Jennifer Moore will compete in a runoff election on Tuesday, May 14, that will determine whether a moderate or progressive bloc controls the school board. (INDY Week)

๐Ÿšจ A juvenile male was arrested Monday morning after assaulting a woman on Raleigh's East Fork Mine trail. (ABC11)

๐Ÿงช Biopharmaceutical manufacturer SCHOTT Pharma plans to create 401 jobs in Wilson after the state pledged $6.4 million in incentives. (WRAL)

๐Ÿ˜ Some anti-Trump Republicans in North Carolina say they feel alienated by gubernatorial candidate Mark Robinson. (USA Today)


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