Organic growers in North Carolina can apply for partial reimbursement of the cost of becoming certified or for recertification through a program offered by the N.C. Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services.
Blasting operations will cause temporary morning closures on a rural stretch of Interstate 40 in Haywood County near the Tennessee border starting Tue ...
Candidate filing for the 2015 Municipal elections continues through noon on Friday, July 17. Details on how and where to file located inside.
Read or download resources from Carolina Public Press that can help you understand open meetings law in North Carolina.
The objective of the application is to make the budget easier for the public and local government staffers to navigate, understand and discuss, according to the startup DemocracyApps.
The application, designed by local volunteers, is intended to make city spending more understandable and facilitate discussions about budget priorities.
Registration is now open for a free Carolina Public Press training webinar to help journalists, public officials and community members understand when, according to North Carolina state laws and guidelines, government agencies and officials ...
Two hearings on new voter ID requirements will be held in Sylva and Boone next week. Inside: What the changes are, locations where the new law impacts the most voters, how to obtain an ID and the locations of the hearings.
On Wednesday, the North Carolina House and Senate both voted to override Gov. Pat McCrory's veto of the so-called "ag-gag" bill. Here's how lawmakers from across North Carolina voted on the veto override.
The N.C. General Assembly passed a measure this week that would make a graffiti conviction a felony for those with two or more prior convictions. Here's how statewide lawmakers in the House and Senate voted on the measure, which now goes to ...