Education: Bill Fletcher 2017 April Newsletter

Cary, NC – Thoughts for April 2017 from Bill Fletcher, Member of the Wake County Board of Education. Read more

Harold’s Blog: School of Government, HB2 Repeal and More

Cary, NC – This was the first full week after the inter-city visit and it was a busy one. Read more

Harold’s Blog: Trip to Arizona, Learning About Other Towns

Cary, NC – This week was spent taking care of my wife after minor surgery and an intercity visit to Scottsdale, Arizona. Read more

Lori’s Blog: Miss Representation – Free Women’s History Month Movie

Cary, NC – March has traditionally been the time when I write about “Women’s History” – our struggle for the vote and women’s suffrage, or our lack of representation in government or lacking a seat at the table of our private sector companies. It makes sense to do this, given it’s Women’s History Month.

And yes, I’ve written about this before – and you can read my previous blog posts here, and here.) Read more

Lori’s Blog: Cary’s Jewish Cultural Festival Remarks

Cary, NC – I was honored to give the opening remarks for the Jewish Cultural Festival this morning.

With all that is going on in the world today – I didn’t think I could do the standard “Welcome to Cary” remarks.  Here’s what I said. Read more

Harold’s Blog: Arbor Day, Water Treatment, Marathon and More

Cary, NC – This was another busy week for me which is typical for this time of year. Read more

Education: Bill Fletcher March 2017 Newsletter

Cary, NC – Thoughts for March 2017 from Bill Fletcher, Member of the Wake County Board of Education.
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Op-Ed: A Dangerous Setback for Security and Religious Pluralism in North Carolina

Imran Aukhil, an Apex resident from the Islamic Association of Raleigh, contributed to this op-ed.

Cary, NC – In the past month, security and religious pluralism in North Carolina experienced a disappointing and dangerous setback under the banner of law and order. Two separate cases and the distinct responses by law enforcement have brought to light a concerning disparity in our state. Read more