K-12 schools are expected to open for in-person instruction for K-12 students following the StongSchoolsNC health guidance released on March 3 by the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services.
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In addition to takeout and delivery, many of Hendersonville’s restaurants have reopened for indoor and outdoor dining service!
BorgWarner has announced plans to invest $62.25 million in its Arden operations. This investment will sustain the existing workforce while bringing additional high-wage jobs from other BorgWarner locations in the U.S. – including in part from its existing operation in nearby Fletcher.
Additional frontline essential workers in Group 3 are now eligible for vaccinations. The expedited timeline follows the approval of the Johnson & Johnson one-shot vaccine and an expected increase in vaccine supply to North Carolina.
The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission has announced it will postpone trout stocking for the Delayed Harvest portion of the Nantahala River from March 5 to March 12.
Kaiser Family Foundation ranks North Carolina as first in the nation for vaccinating the largest share of its 65 and older population at 49%. This rate does not include those in long-term care facilities.
Home sales across the North Carolina mountains continued their streak of positive gains in January, registering 859 sales across the 13-county Asheville region, an increase of 12.4 percent over sales a year ago, according to data from Canopy MLS.
Preserving a Picturesque America is inviting local artists from the southern Appalachian Mountains to submit original works in all media for a juried exhibition being mounted in early fall.
During this tax season when many people are trying to stay safe at home, the Internal Revenue Service reminds taxpayers about ways to do their taxes for free online or with help from volunteers.
The U.S. government has invested billions of dollars in manufacturing, used a wartime act dozens of times to boost supplies and yet there’s still not enough covid vaccine on the way to meet demand — or even the government’s own goals for national immunization.
The N.C. Department of Transportation has another new tool to help make our roadways safer: Drones.
As North Carolina’s numbers continue to show improvement and vaccine distribution increases, Governor Roy Cooper has announced that the state will carefully ease some of its COVID-19 restrictions.