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1. Edgecombe County Community Forum: Connect with the Community Resources Available to You
 Edgecombe County Clerk of Superior Court office is hosting its 14th biennium Community Forum on Saturday, September 30. The forum is free to the public and helps connect citizens with the community resources available. (Published on  09/19/2017 )
2. Cumberland County Superior Court Celebrates 240th Anniversary with Courthouse Dedication
 On September 20, the Cumberland County Bar Association and 12th Judicial District Bar will host a celebration honoring the 240th anniversary of the North Carolina Superior Court. (Published on  09/15/2017 )
3. North Carolina Judicial Branch Invites the Public to Host a Speaker for Constitution Day
 On September 17, 1787, 39 delegates signed the U.S. Constitution and the American system of government was formed. Today, 230 years later, the N.C. Judicial Branch is engaged in civic education and offering to provide a guest speaker for school groups, civic clubs, and faith-based organizations in honor of Constitution Day. (Published on  09/14/2017 )
4. Chief Justice Mark Martin Designates Judge Paul C. Ridgeway as Wake County Senior Resident Superior Court Judge
 Chief Justice Mark Martin has designated Wake County Superior Court Judge Paul C. Ridgeway as senior resident superior court judge, effective November 1. Judge Ridgeway will fill the role previously held by Judge Donald W. Stephens, who is retiring from the bench after a long and distinguished career. (Published on  09/13/2017 )
5. Wake County Senior Resident Superior Court Judge Donald W. Stephens Announces Retirement
 Judge Donald W. Stephens is retiring from the Wake County bench after a long and distinguished career. Judge Stephens, who officially retires from the superior court bench, effective November 1, 2017, has been a public servant his entire career. (Published on  09/12/2017 )
6. Governor Cooper Proclaims September 11-15 as North Carolina Magistrate Week
 Governor Roy Cooper has proclaimed the week of September 11-15 as North Carolina Magistrate Week in the state of North Carolina. In a proclamation signed by the Governor, North Carolina Magistrate Week commends the men and women serving as magistrates from our coast to our mountains. (Published on  09/11/2017 )
7. Court of Appeals Judge Valerie Zachary Appointed to N.C. Sentencing and Policy Advisory Commission
 Court of Appeals Chief Judge Linda McGee has appointed Judge Valerie Zachary to the North Carolina Sentencing and Policy Advisory Commission. (Published on  09/05/2017 )
8. Labor Day Holiday
 Judicial Branch offices and courts will be closed Monday, September 4, in observance of Labor Day. (Published on  09/01/2017 )
9. Historic Celebration Honors African-American Justices of the Supreme Court of North Carolina
 In a ceremony on Thursday, August 31, the Supreme Court of North Carolina honored the African-American justices who have served on the state's highest court. (Published on  08/29/2017 )
10. Cumberland County Citizens Targeted in Jury Service Scam
 Cumberland County residents are being targeted by scammers claiming to be members of law enforcement involving jury service. (Published on  08/30/2017 )
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