Gov. Bev Perdue is spending her final full day as the state's chief executive touring two schools in Onslow County on Friday. The visits put her final focus on one of her top issues: education.
Perdue and her husband have been gradually moving items from the Executive Mansion in the past few weeks. But will move the final boxes Saturday morning. At noon, the Democratic governor plans to attend Gov.-elect Pat McCrory's noon swearing-in ceremony at the Capitol before departing for the final time.