Diversifying farmers in western North Carolina are receiving support to offset the risk of expanding and trying new ventures.
A new company is hoping to build an assembly plant in Kings Mountain which will not only provide additional jobs but create affordable housing options.
The conference is part of North Carolina’s Main Street Program, which is designed to help renew interest and economic activity in the central business districts of small and mid-sized communities across the state. The three-day event will feature breakout sessions, guided tours of New Bern, and a number of guest speakers discussing the impact of the program across the state over the past forty years.
As concerns about the coronavirus grow, school districts across the country are getting prepared.
Officials at Randolph Health announced Friday the healthcare company has filed a petition for relief under Chapter 11 protection of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code in the Middle District of North Carolina.
A second case of COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus, has been diagnosed in North Carolina, the N.C. Department of Health and Human Services said Friday.
Two state lawmakers will not return to the North Carolina General Assembly next year after Tuesday’s primary.
Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper of North Carolina has won his party's primary and will face Republican Lt. Gov. Dan Forest in the November general election as he seeks a second term.
The N.C. Department of Transportation is making it easier for more businesses to compete for work building roads and bridges, beautifying highways and other transportation projects.