Moped owners could have a new item on their to-do lists in 2016 after getting their small-engine bikes registered with the state starting next month.
Brunswick County residents will see a property tax increase next year as the county sticks to a revenue neutral rate as property values drop.
North Carolina lawmakers already have mandated mopeds get registered starting next month. Now they're getting closer to requiring liability insurance on the small-engine bikes next year.
North Carolina's largest health insurer says it wants to raise rates by an average of almost 26 percent next year on broadly subsidized policies sold to individuals, nearly double this year's allowed increase.
The state-sanctioned property insurance program in North Carolina coastal counties could borrow to pay for extreme catastrophic losses from hurricanes in legislation making its way through the General Assembly.
The Wilmington City Council met Tuesday night to talk about several things, including a possible new health insurance for City employees.
Topsail Beach town leaders met Wednesday night to talk about a push to appeal FEMA's recent flood rezoning.
An investigation by state regulators landed a Wilmington insurance agent in jail.
Insurance companies are not giving up on their quest to charge North Carolina homeowners more.
Homeowners in southeastern North Carolina should expect lower insurance rates starting next summer. It comes after North Carolina Insurance Commissioner Wayne Goodwin rejected the insurance industry's request to raise homeowner's insurance rates by an average of about 25 percent.