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RALEIGH — The state’s tax-supported managed care agencies for mental health are a mess.

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RALEIGH — A scathing report from N.C. State Auditor Beth Wood released Wednesday, April 24, found the accounting methods used by the N.C. Global TransPark Authority were so bad that “fraud could occur and go undetected.”

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RALEIGH — The state Department of Health and Human Services improperly paid more than $100 million in Medicaid claims during fiscal year 2018, State Auditor Beth Wood reported.

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RALEIGH — State Auditor Beth Wood renewed her call to punish municipal officials who can’t keep their books straight. Lawmakers returning to Raleigh for the 2019 legislative long session might be asked to toughen enforcement measures.

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HAMLET — City leaders last week unanimously approved a zoning-change request, allowing an auto-restoration business to open on Raleigh Street.

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HAMLET— The Richmond County Board of Education got a clean bill of fiscal health, according to an audit report presented at Tuesday night’s meeting.

Dale Smith, of Anderson Smith & Wike, told school board members that there were no internal control weaknesses, questionable costs or improper use of grant funds. He added that there were no issues at the individual schools.

“It appears that the bookkeepers at all of the schools are doing a good job,” he said. “Overall, the audit went very smoothly, no major issues were noted, the district appears to be in excellent financial condition.”

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