The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services is taking further action to prevent and respond to COVID-19 outbreaks in long-term care facilities.
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A major ocean current in the Arctic is faster and more turbulent as a result of rapid sea ice melt, a new study from NASA shows.
Hendersonville Police Chief Herbert Blake has announced a new agency initiative that will allow citizens to file some police reports online. The system is for incidents that occur within the Hendersonville city limits.
Gov. Roy Cooper recently eased the stay-at-home restrictions in North Carolina when he launched Phase 1 of reopening, but only by a notch.
Bruce Drysdale and Hendersonville elementaries will operate on the traditional calendar for the 2020-21 school year, scheduled to begin August 17, instead of their typical year-round “Flex Calendar.”
Opponents of a proposed Dollar General in a mountain valley just south of Brevard have filed a formal notice of intent to sue over violations of the Endangered Species Act (“ESA”) and its implementing regulations.
The Citizen Times has reported that Amazon will locate a 120,000-square-foot distribution center in Mills River that will employ approximately 200 people.
There is now a one-time, five-month extension of the expiration date for driver licenses, vehicle registrations, and other Division of Motor Vehicles’ credentials.
Asheville retailers recently received approval to reopen after seven weeks of forced closure, but some are choosing to remain closed.
As the weather starts warming up, the North Carolina Division of Aging and Adult Services is partnering with the NC Area Agencies on Aging and local service providers to distribute fans to eligible recipients through Operation Fan Heat Relief, taking place May 1 through Oct. 31.
The North Carolina Arboretum, a 434-acres public garden located in Asheville, began re-opening its trails on Saturday, May 9, in conjunction with the North Carolina’s lifting of its Stay at Home orders and phased reopening plan.
Flat Rock Playhouse has announced it will cancel the remainder of its 2020 season and shift the entire Mainstage series to 2021.