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You Decide: How Will The Hospitality Industry Change?

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By Mike Walden The North Carolina hospitality industry, primarily composed of restaurants and hotels, is a multi-billion-dollar sector in the state. As a percent...

OPINION: Housing Prices Reflect Changes in Work

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By John Hood RALEIGH — It was bound to happen. The percentage of adults working from home has fallen significantly from its pandemic-era peak....

OPINION: When Carolinians Killed Carolinians

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By John Hood RALEIGH — Two hundred and fifty-one years ago this month, two large groups of armed North Carolinians camped about six miles...

OPINION: Telehealth Genie Has Escaped Its Bottle

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By John Hood RALEIGH — Before the onset of COVID-19 in early 2020, patients who preferred to obtain medical services through video chats or...

OPINION: Let’s Try Grownups This Time

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By John Hood RALEIGH — With only a few days left to cast ballots in the 2022 primaries, most North Carolinians are worried and...

Mother’s Day 2022, Remembering Childhood Conversations With My Mom

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By: John Cabascango Time has faded the details of the memory that returns to me this Mother's Day.  I know it involved one...

You Decide: Do We Live In The Most Uncertain Of Times?

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By Mike Walden I was born in 1951, so my seven decades of life now make me a senior citizen. As I think back, our...

OPINION: UNC Project Needs Realistic Goals

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By John Hood RALEIGH — About a million North Carolinians have spent some time in college but left without obtaining a degree. Policymakers at...

OPINION: Entitlement Is Not Just Bad Politics, But A Sickness Of The Soul

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By Ray Nothstine Carolina Journal Jussie Smollett’s release from jail mere days into his sentence for faking a hate crime reveals another example of...

OPINION: Some Missing Workers Are Really Lost

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By John Hood RALEIGH — North Carolina’s labor markets are healing — slowly. As of March, our state’s headline unemployment rate was 3.5%,...