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Survey shows lower than expected rate of vaccination for COVID-19 among NC health professionals.
Forest supervisor James Melonas sets priorities for tenure as leader of state’s four national forests. Photo by USFS.
Lawyer for Fayetteville hospital suggests organizations that think it should employ certified SANE nurses could “provide opportunities” for their training.
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Learn more about Carolina Public Press’s reporting on COVID-19 in North Carolina’s prison system.
Managing editor Frank Taylor reflects on news coverage of an unpredictable and unprecedented year.
Economic impact on North Carolina tourism towns changes Commerce Department designations for 2020.
CDC extends national eviction ban, and Governor Cooper follows suit, extending statewide ban until June 30.
Algunos miembros activos de la militar son resistentes a la vacunación, mientras que los hospitales para los veteranos brindan otra vía para la inyección, ya que la demanda supera la oferta.
Coalition of media organizations, including Carolina Public Press, sued to open the publicly funded meeting. City officials cancel livestream of meeting.
N.C. Watchdog Reporting Network, a coalition of dozens of reporters and editors, told more than 45 critical, complex stories with statewide reach in the last year.
Guidance on the legality of vaccine mandates is unclear. Some North Carolina employers rely instead on incentive programs.
Some NC prison staff and older inmates have already been vaccinated, but the majority of the state’s more than 25,000 inmates await vaccination.
Limitations lifted for many North Carolina businesses, but mask mandate remains in place.
University volunteers and school staff in some NC districts receive COVID-19 vaccine doses ahead of schedule.
Creation of more than 40 miles of “purpose-built” trail system will serve a diverse range of users from equestrians to walkers.
State officials announced another acceleration of the priority group timeline, moving remaining essential workers to March 31 and all adults to April 7.
Late Census data has created problems for election schedules, but agreement on the best solution remains elusive.