With summer just around the corner, the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services encourages the use of safe swimming and grilling practices to minimize the risk of illness, injury and death.
Some fees will soon be implemented to assist the NCNHP with continuing to provide public access to digital data resources.
Today, Governor Roy Cooper visited Huntingtowne Farms Elementary School in Charlotte to emphasize the dangerous impacts of extreme legislation proposed by Republican legislators that would worsen North Carolina’s teaching shortage and provide veteran teachers with only $250 in salary increases spread over two years.
Insurance Commissioner and Safe Kids NC Chairman Mike Causey wants parents and caregivers to know about the importance of water safety to prevent needless child drownings in pools and all bodies of water.
alpitronic Americas LLC, a manufacturer of high-power electric vehicle charging stations, will create 300 new jobs in Mecklenburg County, Governor Roy Cooper announced today.
Today, Governor Roy Cooper visited Washington Gifted and Talented Magnet Elementary School in Raleigh to emphasize the dangerous impacts of extreme legislation proposed by Republican legislators that would dismantle public education in North Carolina in favor of increased taxpayer funding for unaccountable private school vouchers.
History Students Receive Lessons on State Government, Life Skills
North Carolina Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey today announced the arrest of Danny Leon Simmons II, 34, of 1372 Lees Chapel Road, Greensboro, and Kamika Michelle Slade, 33, of 3400 Delancy St., Greensboro. Both were charged with insurance fraud and attempting to obtain property by false pretense, all felonies.
In a special address today, Governor Roy Cooper declared that public education in North Carolina is facing a state of emergency.
Energizer Holdings, Inc., best known for its icon Energizer batteries and Bunny, will add 144 new jobs in Randolph County, Governor Roy Cooper announced today.
The N.C. Department of Information Technology is inviting IT service providers within the state of North Carolina to prequalify for a statewide convenience contract to deliver security assessment services to government entities under State Term Contract 918A.
The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services is launching the Take Pride Now campaign to encourage sexual health. This campaign promotes safer sex practices, including sexually transmitted infections (STIs) prevention, testing and treatment.
The North Carolina Sickle Cell Syndrome Program within the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services celebrates its 50th anniversary with an event Tuesday, May 23, 2023, at 6 p.m. at the NC Museum of Art – West Building, 2110 Blue Ridge Road in Raleigh.
Today, Governor Roy Cooper signed one bill into law:
Phase Change Solutions, a manufacturer of products for temperature management, will add 35 new jobs in Guilford County, Governor Roy Cooper announced today.
Donna L. Bledsoe, principal of Cedar Ridge Elementary School in Surry County, was named the 2023 Wells Fargo North Carolina Principal of the Year at an awards luncheon today in Cary.
North Carolina has long been home to a large population of active duty, guard, reserve, and veteran armed service members. In recognition of the state’s rich military history, the Department of Public Instruction is pleased to recognize hundreds of schools as part of its Purple Star Award Designation initiative which first launched in the 2019-20 school year.
Almost all* state agencies and universities have an internal auditing program of some kind. Yet, many people are unfamiliar with the role the internal auditors play for the state and in their own organization.