The lease Gov. Bev Perdue signed allowing Raleigh to build a destination park on the Dorothea Dix property could be challenged and invalidated, a lawyer for the state Department of Justice warned the day before it was signed.
Three supporters of former Gov. Beverly Perdue pleaded guilty Wednesday to misdemeanor obstruction of justice charges for improperly aiding her 2008 campaign.
A Wake County grand jury has charged a supporter of former Gov. Beverly Perdue in a scheme to pay a campaign staffer during her 2008 gubernatorial run.
A Wake County grand jury on Monday asked District Attorney Colon Willoughby to determine whether a supporter of former Gov. Beverly Perdue violated state campaign finance laws.
The history of the Dorothea Dix campus stretches back to the decades before the Civil War. As lawmakers and Raleigh officials debate what to do next with the property, step through the additions, subtractions and legislative intentions throughout that long history.