Governor Roy Cooper today named Sheriff Graham H. Atkinson of Surry County to serve on the North Carolina Post-Release Supervision and Parole Commission.
Governor Roy Cooper today signed Executive Order Number 5 to facilitate better employee access to state-owned facilities and cabinet agency leaders, encouraging engagement in the direction of state government.
Gov. Roy Cooper today announced $3 million in grants to fund local parks and recreation projects designed for children and veterans with disabilities.
Governor Roy Cooper today visited the Make a Difference Food Pantry, a nonprofit founded by 12-year-old Mackenzie Hinson which is helping Hurricane Matthew survivors.
Governor Roy Cooper today highlighted his proposed NC GROW (Getting Ready for Opportunities in the Workforce) Scholarship to help make North Carolina a Top 10 Educated state by 2025. Starting next year, good students who graduated high school with a 2.0 GPA or higher would get free tuition to any NC community college through the NC GROW scholarship.
Two employers plan to create 118 new jobs in McDowell County, Governor Roy Cooper announced today.
Governor Cooper has nominated two new members to serve on the North Carolina Department of Transportation Board.
Governor Roy Cooper has declared March 2017 Women’s History Month in North Carolina. This year’s national theme is Honoring Trailblazing Women in Leadership and Business.
Today, Governor Cooper signed a veto of House Bill 100, “An Act to Restore Partisan Judicial Elections for North Carolina Superior and District Courts and to Change the Time for Submission of Petitions for Unaffiliated Candidates.”
Governor Roy Cooper today met with Edgecombe County leaders to push the process of helping families and communities recover from Hurricane Matthew and toured locations impacted by the storm.