Martha Cotton, a K-2 teacher at Williams Township in Whiteville, is asking for a Climb-N-Crawl Caterpillar through the Donors Choose website, an online charity that helps teachers get funding for school projects.
Homeowners in Wilmington hoping to rent their properties out as short-term rentals will have to wait a few more weeks to see if the city plans on appealing a judge’s decision that would prohibit the enforcement of current short-term rental regulations.
Following months of nationwide protests over police brutality, politics, and COVID-19 regulations, the Bladen County Commissioners approved a vote on a new ordinance regulating how, and where, people can protest in the county.
North Carolina will soon launch a pilot program to begin digitizing electronic death records. It is currently one of just three states still processing death certificates by hand, which has made it hard to gauge the impact of COVID-19 on the state's mortality rate.
The State Board of Elections issued a directive telling counties to immediately resume notifying voters whose ballots arrive with a range of deficiencies on how to fix the problem or start the process over.
New Hanover Regional Medical Center has submitted an application to the state to build a 66 bed facility in Scotts Hill. The Certificate of Need application is under review by the NC Division of Health Service Regulation.
In yet another move to slow down traffic on Pleasure Island, the Town of Kure Beach is set to approve another speed limit lowering, this time, on Fort Fisher Boulevard stretching from Alabama Avenue to N Avenue.
North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper has refused to meet with or take any action to pardon four men who were wrongfully convicted and imprisoned for crimes they did not commit. As a result, those men cannot get any compensation from the state.