The North Carolina Industrial Commission ruled Wednesday that an unprecedented lawsuit against the state for misidentifying dead bodies can proceed.
Every year, USDA awards up to $5 million in grants to help schools connect with local producers and teach kids where their food comes from.
Carolina Public Press hosted its second annual series of public-records events last week at three universities in Western North Carolina, to offer journalists, civic leaders, students and activists guides to local, state and federal public ...
Civic leaders, public information officers, journalists, media and IT professionals, students and citizens interested in understanding public records and open data are invited to attend a workshop series to be held in April 3-5 in three loc ...
In honor of Sunshine Week in North Carolina, Carolina Public Press announces it will hold its second-annual "Full Disclosure" workshop series at three locations across Western North Carolina from April 3-5.
The Sunshine Center of the North Carolina Open Government Coalition released a mobile application that provides citizens of the state information about public records and open meetings wherever they are.
A guide to the municipalities and county boards of commissioners that share videos and/or meeting minutes on the internet — and those that don't.