Celebrate the holiday season at the Governor’s Western Residence Holiday Open House, Dec. 10-11, from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. each day. The residence is located at 45 Patton Mountain Rd., Asheville.
Reservations are not needed to attend the open house. Guests are invited to tour the residence, which has been decorated for the season. For more information, please call (828) 225-0122.
The North Carolina Museum of History will host a special one-day public exhibition of a rare first printing of the U.S. Constitution, Wednesday, Dec. 7.
North Carolina’s strong literary tradition is celebrated by the 2022 North Carolina Book Awards, to be presented Dec. 2 during the annual meeting of the N.C. Literary and Historical Association. The annual awards recognize significant works by North Carolina writers.
By December of 1756, Fort Dobbs was complete. Its garrison of 50 North Carolina soldiers prepared to spend the first of many winters in the building as they guarded the western edge of settlement in the British colony during the French and Indian War.
Today, Governor Roy Cooper greeted members of the North Carolina Christmas Tree Association to accept the Christmas trees and wreaths that will be displayed inside the State Capitol during the holiday season.
The national 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline is now receiving phone calls. Text and chat service continues uninterrupted.
On Tuesday, Nov. 29, Croasdaile Village Retirement Community was awarded for its participation in the N.C. Department of Labor’s (NCDOL) Safety and Health Achievement and Recognition Program (SHARP) for continuing to develop and uphold extraordinary health and safety standards.
The N.C. Department of Revenue has set the interest rate at 7 percent, an increase from 5 percent. The interest rate applies to refunds and assessments of tax.
The N.C. Department of Information Technology's Broadband Infrastructure Office Director Angie Bailey was named N.C. Tech Association's 2022 Tech Woman of the Year. NCDIT also had four finalists in awards for data analytics, cybersecurity, public safety and health care.
NCDIT Broadband Infrastructure Office Director Angie Bailey was named N.C. Tech Association’s 2022 Tech Woman of the Year as part of the N.C. Tech Awards. NCDIT also had four finalists in awards for data analytics, cybersecurity, public safety and health care.