Like most small businesses and nonprofits, COVID-19 hit the Asheville Community Theatre hard–the theatre was left without an audience and had to cut its payroll by 70 percent. The nonprofit has no human resources department, so its director, Tamara Sparacino, ...Read More »
North Carolina Supreme Court Chief Justice Cheri Beasley has issued an order that extends the effect of previously-issued emergency directives necessitated by the COVID-19 pandemic for at least another 30 days. The orders, issued on June 20, mean that jury trials will ...Read More »
RALEIGH (AP) — North Carolina prison officials released a plan On June 18 to test all of its inmates and staff members for the coronavirus, following a court mandate ordering the state to release a proposal for universal testing by June 22. It ...Read More »
A Caldwell County court employee has tested positive for COVID-19, the North Carolina Administrative Office of the Courts reported on June 18. All court employees in the courthouse have been tested as a precaution. “The courthouse has been sanitized and ...Read More »
North Carolina state prison inmates are likely facing unlawful “cruel or unusual punishments” in part because correction officials have failed to offer widespread COVID-19 testing within all correctional facilities, a judge said. Superior Court Judge Vince Rozier, hearing a lawsuit ...
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