Transylvania County courts and its clerk of court’s office will close early through March 2 due to COVID-19, the North Carolina Administrative Office of the Courts announced. The AOC said that the Transylvania courthouse, clerk’s office, and district and superior ...Read More »
Under changes spearheaded by the Biden administration, the U.S. Small Business Administration has opened an exclusive PPP loan application for businesses and nonprofits with fewer than 20 employees. The 14-day exclusivity window, which began on Feb. 25, was designed to give sole ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE (AP) — A judge approved Chapter 11 bankruptcy plans for North Carolina-based Belk on Feb. 24, creating a new infusion of capital and cutting the debt load for the beleaguered department store chain. The judge approved the plan during ...Read More »
RALEIGH (AP) — With cases and other key metrics trending downward in North Carolina, Gov. Roy Cooper on announced on Feb. 24 that the state will ease gathering and occupancy restrictions and end its 10 p.m. statewide curfew starting Feb. ...Read More »
CHAPEL HILL (AP) — Expect more redistricting litigation in North Carolina backed by a national Democratic group that Eric Holder leads unless state Republicans accept anti-gerrymandering reforms this year, the former U.S. attorney general said Friday. Speaking to the University ...
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