When it comes to the people you elect to make decisions for your children's education, do you know how much they are compensated for the job?
A bill has been proposed in the senate to bring back a tax free weekend to the state.
Cape Fear Community College will introduce a new Continuing Education course for students interested in learning basic computer programming skills and problem solving methods.
Some North Carolina legislators are advancing a bill that would eliminate more standardized exams for public school students, many of them in high school.
The NCAA case tied to North Carolina's multi-year academic scandal has hit yet another delay.
Governor Roy Cooper had a busy day in the Port City Tuesday as he held a roundtable with Wilmington film industry leaders and headlined an event.
Brunswick County high school students can go to college for free, thanks to a new scholarship program at Brunswick Community College.
Peter Hunt started a fundraiser after being inspired at a conference recently focused on using technology to enhance the lives of students.