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Jessica Holmes will serve as North Carolina State Auditor starting Dec. 15, 2023, when current Auditor Beth Wood leaves the post, bringing years of work in government and the law to the job, Governor Roy Cooper announced Thursday.

Today the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency rescinded its approval for imports of waste material containing GenX from a Chemours facility in the Netherlands to the Chemours Fayetteville Works Plant in North Carolina.

Dai Nippon Printing Co., Ltd. (DNP), a lithium-ion battery pouch manufacturer, will create 352 new jobs in Davidson County, Governor Roy Cooper announced today.

Gov. Cooper has nominated the following member to serve on the North Carolina State Board of Agriculture:

Today, Governor Roy Cooper honored the 2023 North Carolina Central women’s tennis team for capturing the 2023 HBCU National Tennis Championship in September.

Today, Governor Roy Cooper expanded the State of Emergency declared on Nov. 8 in response to the ongoing wildfires in Western North Carolina and the continued drought conditions and elevated fire risk throughout the state.

Today, Governor Roy Cooper joined North Carolina Department of Transportation Secretary Joey Hopkins and Amtrak and state transportation officials to tout record ridership on the Piedmont route since a fifth daily round trip began between Raleigh and Charlotte in July.

Today, Governor Roy Cooper visited Wayne Community College to celebrate National Apprenticeship Week and announce the launch of the Southeastern Education and Economic Development (SEED) initiative.

Last week, Forbes announced that the state of North Carolina has been named a top-50 Best Employer for Veterans in the country, clocking in at No. 46.

Governor Roy Cooper is continuing his efforts to urge Congress to reauthorize the Affordable Connectivity Program, which reduces the cost of high-speed internet for eligible North Carolinians.