Surfaces wiped, sanitizer made available in effort to counter coronavirus
- Forest questions Cooper on decision to stop in-house seating in NC restaurants, bars
- Alarming John Locke Foundation report says state pension plan's assumed returns 'overly optimistic'
- North Carolina University System moves to remote learning
- Gov. Cooper’s secret fundraising trip to Tampa draws fire
- North Carolina AG takes a pass on Democratic presidential contest
Asheville Chamber VP of Public Policy Corey Atkins breaks down what’s in the $2 Trillion Federal Covid-19 Relief Bill passed by the Senate on 3/25.
ALAMANCE COUNTY: Alamance Department of Social Services Updates / Alamance County Department of Social Services Updates
Economic Services will no longer conduct face-to-face contact with customers but will continue to accept applications for Food and Nutrition (Food Stamps), Medicaid, and Work First benefits.
ASHEVILLE AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Preserve Wealth Management on The Personal Element of Investment
PRESERVE Wealth Management specializes in guiding families to and through retirement. Founding partners Dan Heth and Lynn Harvey Heth each bring their own expertise to the client relationship, and strive to answer the most important questions that everyone has when they are investing about their family, security, and future.
CITY OF ASHEBORO: Access To City Offices Restricted And Operations, Including Police Department, Modified
This declaration follows directives of federal, state and other local authorities to take preventative and proactive measures to limit the spread of COVID-19.
CITY OF ASHEVILLE: Buncombe County issues ‘Stay Home-Stay Safe’ order, which applies to Asheville residents
In light of the “Stay Home-Stay Safe” order issued by Buncombe County today, the City of Asheville would like to take a moment to clarify how the various State-, County- and City-level States of Emergency impact its citizens.
Duke University Hospital has joined the first national study to test a potential therapy for COVID-19, giving hospitalized adult patients with significant symptoms an option to participate.
Because of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Federal and State Declarations of Emergency have been issued that recommend non-essential employees shelter in place and work from home when possible to promote social distancing.
Beginning Wednesday, March 25, City Hall and all city buildings normally accessible to the public will be closed to public access to mitigate the spread of COVID19 and keep our citizens and employees safe.