SHP Urges Motorists To Plan Ahead For Memorial Day Travel

RALEIGH – With an estimated 37.6 million motorists taking to the roadways this Memorial Day weekend, the State Highway Patrol is encouraging drivers to plan ahead before … Read more

MEMORIAL DAY TRAVEL: BY THE NUMBERS

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (May 20, 2019) – AAA Carolinas projects an estimated 1,300,000 North Carolinians and 615,000 South Carolinians will travel this Memorial Day weekend (a … Read more

Cove Creek School installs solar array

Last year, Cove Creek became Watauga County’s second school to be recognized for its dedication to sustainability, earning a designation as a North Carolina Green … Read more

Lowering of NC Flags to Half-Staff Effective Immediately Through Sunset on Friday, May 3 to Honor the UNC Charlotte Victims

UPDATE – Governor Roy Cooper has ordered North Carolina flags at state buildings, grounds and facilities to remain at half-staff effective immediately through sunset on Wednesday, May 8  Governor … Read more

State Superintendent Mark Johnson Announces New School Financial Transparency Website Showing How Nc Schools Spend $15.8 Billion Annually

State Superintendent Mark Johnson recently announced the launch of a publicly accessible website, www.schoolfinance.nc.gov, to provide better financial transparency for North Carolina’s public schools. Developed … Read more