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Free tax services for people who meet certain eligibility requirements in Conway

Tax season starts on Jan. 27 and one program is offering free tax assistance to anyone who makes $56,000 or less a year, or has a disability and is a limited English-speaking taxpayer.

McConnell: Bevin ‘had a good 4 years,’ but likely lost

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin "had a good four years," but he says a review of Bevin's narrow reelection defeat is unlikely to change the outcome.

Appeals court agrees Trump tax returns can be turned over

President Donald Trump's tax returns can be turned over to state criminal investigators, a federal appeals court in New York ruled Monday.

Pender County 2019 tax bills will be delayed

Pender County property owners can expect a delay in delivery of the 2019 tax bill.

2 bills with tax cuts advance through NC Senate panel

Republicans leading the North Carolina Senate are advancing two additional tax-related bills largely gleaned from the vetoed state budget. Only one got full bipartisan support.

Carolina Beach budget proposal includes higher taxes, less police

People in Carolina Beach could soon be paying more in taxes and have less police protection if a new budget is passed by town council.

NC revenue surplus lowered slightly, still largest in years

Much of the surge in North Carolina income tax collections this spring can't be counted on to repeat in 2020 and 2021, state government economists said Tuesday. That could limit options on further spending or tax breaks in the upcoming two-year budget.

Pender County finishes tax revaluation

Property owners in Pender County will soon start seeing new tax bills in their mailbox as the county has finished the state mandated reassessment of property.

NC collections may surge $700M above projections

North Carolina tax collections are on track for the state to post its highest surplus since the Great Recession.

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BALLOT MIX-UP: Brunswick County woman told she ‘already voted’

Imagine going to the polls to cast your ballot, only to be told you've already voted. That's exactly what happened to a Brunswick County woman on Wednesday.

Supreme Court leaves NC absentee ballot deadline at Nov. 12

The Supreme Court will allow absentee ballots in North Carolina to be received and counted up to nine days after Election Day.

Dogs say “I do” for a good cause in Sunset Beach

A pair of dogs in Sunset Beach tied a knot stronger than any leash on Wednesday night at Sunset Beach. 

Counties reach 50% turn out during early voting, expect to surpass 2016 numbers

There are still three full days left of early voting, but we're seeing turnout across the state far surpassing numbers in years past. Counties in the Cape Fear are already reaching the 50% mark of ballots cast.