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North Carolina city council votes to remove two Confederate statues

The city council in Wilmington, N.C., has voted to permanently remove two Confederate statues from the city, CW affiliate WWAYTV3 reported on Monday. “Wilmington City Council voted to remove two Confederate statues from downtown public spaces following a presentation from the City Attorney in open session meeting this morning,” the city council said in a statement.
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NC woman wins $155,902 jackpot after buying $1 ticket

CALDWELL COUNTY, N.C. (WGHP) — Diane Clark, of Hickory, bought a $1 Cash 5 ticket and won a $155,902 jackpot, according to an NC Education Lottery news release. Clark’s Quick Pick ticket, purchased at the Murphy Express on Hickory Boulevard in Granite Falls, matched all five numbers in the April 22 drawing.
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NC Hospitals Fall Short Of Price Transparency Rule

It seems almost everyone has had a surprise medical bill. They can range from the hundreds, to even thousands of dollars. In some cases, they are financially ruinous. Growing attention to the business side of health care has led experts and even some doctors to recommend patients don't pay the first bill they receive, and to ask for itemized bills in detail when hospital billing departments call.
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150 students, staff quarantined as officials monitor 14 cases of COVID-19 at N.C. charter school

More than 150 students and staff are quarantined as officials monitor 14 active cases of COVID-19 at Union Academy (UA) Charter School. As of Monday, UA reported 14 active COVID-19 cases and more than 150 students and staff quarantined due to possible exposure. In making these decisions, officials said the school followed the state’s required quarantine guidelines.
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