John Radebaugh

  • Closures Began Friday In Irene’s Advance

    Credit unions in eastern North Carolina began preparing for Hurricane Irene Friday, closing branches, bracing for followup.

  • North Carolina League Says 'Save to Win' Bill Moving Forward

    Tarheel CUs may soon be able to entice savings by offering grand prizes to members in a statewide lottery.

  • Creating Financially Savvy Employees

    The Investor Education in Your Workplace program is being rolled out in North Carolina, with an initial quiz and survey set for March 28. Coursework and a final quiz and survey are scheduled for July 1.

  • N.C. League Votes to Support First Carolina Corporate

    The North Carolina Credit Union League and the league's service corporation have announced that they have voted unanimously to contribute their "fair share" toward the recapitalization of First Carolina Corporate Credit Union.

  • North Carolina CU Educators Gather to Spread the CU Message

    Credit union educators in North Carolina were searching for a special way to dramatically stress to industry newcomers and those unfamiliar with CU history the importance of the industry's mission.

  • Bike Ride Over, Hope Campaign Raises $161,000 for Troops

    North Carolina credit unions involved in several fundraising events to aid a national support the troops charity were reaping heartfelt praise as outstanding community leaders after collecting a chart-topping $161,000.

  • NEWS

    Workers' Credit Union, Fitchburg, Mass., elected Eric D. Shapiro, Patrick L. Muldoon, Raymond J. Martino and Melissa Maranda as new members to its board of directors.

  • N.C. League Is Moving

    After 73 years in Greensboro, its founding home city, the North Carolina Credit Union League is moving its headquarters to Raleigh next year to bolster its public advocacy.

  • North Carolina League Moving to Raleigh

    Bolstering its advocacy role, the North Carolina Credit Union League announced Monday it is moving its headquarters from Greensboro, where it has been since its 1934 founding, to Raleigh, the state capital, by April 2011.

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