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On June 30, Governor Cooper announced Elkay Corporation will construct and equip a new distribution facility and create 20 new jobs.
On June 30, Governor Cooper announced Elkay Corporation will construct and equip a new distribution facility and create 20 new jobs.
 
The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services will host a live fireside chat for rural communities on COVID-19 vaccines on Tuesday, May 25
The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services will host a live fireside chat for rural communities on COVID-19 vaccines on Tuesday, May 25
 
Since September, new COVID-19 cases have been increasing faster in rural counties, according to a new report by the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services.
Since September, new COVID-19 cases have been increasing faster in rural counties, according to a new report by the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services.
 
North Carolina Rural Infrastructure Authority approves more than $4.5 million in funding to support economic development
 
North Carolina Rural Infrastructure Authority approves more than $4 million in funding to support economic development
 
North Carolina Rural Infrastructure Authority approves more than $5.5 million in funding to support economic development
 
Dr. Emily Yeager believes rural areas of eastern North Carolina offer a lot to tourists. What they may not offer are a lot of places to stay.
Dr. Emily Yeager believes rural areas of eastern North Carolina offer a lot to tourists. What they may not offer are a lot of places to stay.
 
Six rural North Carolina communities will share $1.2 million in federal grant funds to strengthen and expand their response to opioid use disorder with increased planning; prevention; evidence-based treatment, including medication-assisted treatment; and recovery service delivery.
Six rural North Carolina communities will share $1.2 million in federal grant funds to strengthen and expand their response to opioid use disorder with increased planning; prevention; evidence-based treatment, including medication-assisted treatment; and recovery service delivery.
 
Governor Pat McCrory and Cultural Resources Secretary Susan Kluttz recently continued their tour throughout North Carolina to highlight the successful efforts to revitalize urban downtowns, main streets and rural communities through the historic tax credit program. As the tour continues across...
Governor Pat McCrory and Cultural Resources Secretary Susan Kluttz recently continued their tour throughout North Carolina to highlight the successful efforts to revitalize urban downtowns, main streets and rural communities through the historic tax credit program. As the tour continues across...
 
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