If you’ve lived in North Carolina for even a few years, you’ve probably formed an opinion about whether statues and monuments honoring Confederate leaders and soldiers ought to remain in or near courthouses, town halls, state buildings, and other public property throughout the state.
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North Carolina is preparing for the arrival of Hurricane Isaias with plans including safeguards for COVID-19. Governor Roy Cooper and State Emergency Management leaders updated the public today, urging them to track the storm and prepare for wind and rain.
The parental reaction to Lenoir County Public Schools reopening plan has sparked a planned protest and an online petition. There is also support for their decision.
During this past legislative session, expanding access to rural broadband and closing the digital divide was a top priority of mine and the Republican-led North Carolina General Assembly. In rural areas, especially in my district in Eastern North Carolina, connection to reliable high-speed internet service is critical to attracting and retaining businesses, improving health care […]
Over 30,000 people have taken popular cooking classes from Kinston’s Spice
Bouquet throughout the business’s time in operation. Located at 1200 East
New Bern Road, Spice Bouquet is locally owned and operated by Frank
Crowley. The next class will be on Saturday, August 8 from 12:00 pm to 2:00
pm. To sign up please call 252-527-7000.