For state policymakers, few decisions will be as challenging, or as broadly consequential, as those involving elementary and secondary education.
On May 22, North Carolina entered Phase II of Governor Roy Cooper’s reopening plan.
Lawmakers moved to restrict pensions for public officials who commit crimes while performing their official duties.
Military spouses and veterans could find it easier to get jobs in North Carolina. The House Judiciary Committee approved House Bill 1053 on Thursday, June 4, and it heads to the House’s Homeland Security, Military, and Veterans Affairs committee.
On June 2, after two nights of protest, Asheville Mayor Esther Manheimer declared a citywide state of emergency and put an 8 pm - 6 am curfew into effect immediately and indefinitely. The curfew was lifted this past Saturday, June 6.
The Asheville Gallery of Art is inviting area artists to apply for membership by June 15.
Republican 11th congressional Candidate Madison Cawthorn hobnobbed with supporters on Friday night out in the Leicester community. The Henderson native is facing a runoff with the other GOP candidate for the seat, Lynda Bennett.
One local company is still fighting again COVID-19 with the introduction of a new disposable thermometer to its line of products.
Local theaters are monetizing productions online to get through their prolonged Coronavirus-triggered shutdown, such as Asheville Community Theatre shows and a festival of one-act plays in Magnetic Theatre.
A far cry from the traditional graduation commemorations was the 2020 high school ceremonies across the area this weekend. Of the three high school graduations the Tribune covered, all differed in various ways, but all accomplished the same goal: conveying the title of high school graduates to the recipients.