Press Releases

Governor Cooper today commuted the sentences of six people in North Carolina prisons and granted pardons of forgiveness to four others.

The North Carolina Department of Commerce awarded 30 Community Development Block Grant - Neighborhood Revitalization (CDBG-NR) fund requests to 27 local governments totaling $42.3 million.

Governor Roy Cooper announced that he will appoint Allison Riggs to serve as a North Carolina Court of Appeals judge.

Today, Governor Roy Cooper hosted a Hanukkah menorah lighting at the North Carolina Executive Mansion in advance of the holiday to celebrate and show support for North Carolina’s Jewish community.

Nelipak Corporation (d/b/a Nelipak Healthcare Packaging), a leading global healthcare packaging manufacturer, will initially invest at least $11.8 million to establish a flexible packaging production site in Winston-Salem, announced Governor Roy Cooper.

Governor Roy Cooper announced today that 42 local governments in rural areas across the state have been awarded grants from the Rural Transformation Grant Fund, supporting rural economic development projects in North Carolina.

Catalent, a leading global development and manufacturing partner to the pharmaceutical, biopharmaceutical and consumer health industries, will create more than 200 new jobs in Durham County over the next five years, Governor Roy Cooper announced today.

Albemarle Corporation (NYSE: ALB), the global specialty chemicals company headquartered in Charlotte, will expand and create at least 200 jobs in Mecklenburg County, Governor Roy Cooper announced today. 

Governor Roy Cooper today announced new personnel within the Governor’s Office. 

Governor Roy Cooper has appointed Timothy W. Wilson to serve as Superior Court Judge in Judicial District 7A serving Nash County. He will fill the vacant seat created by the retirement of the Honorable Quentin Sumner.