The N.C. State Fair loves a deep-fried treat, but there is something about homemade food that warms the soul. North Carolinians are truly talented, and the Home Chef Challenge allows chefs to show off their cooking abilities with 11 days of competitions. This year’s competitions include slam-dunk sliders, Bella’s Birthday Bash, appetizers with spirit, banana […]

The remains of Allisha Watts were found by police on Thursday on the grounds of a cemetery near the towns of Candor and Norman. The post What Happened To Allisha Watts? Remains Of Black Woman Found As Police Make Arrest In Her ‘Murder’ appeared first on NewsOne.

The State Library of North Carolina is offering opportunity youth living in Halifax, Hertford, Northampton and Wayne counties scholarships to earn a high school diploma through Gale Presents: Excel Adult High School. The program, provided to public libraries by Gale, part of Cengage Group, is designed to help adults obtain their high school diploma entirely online, […]

A new exhibit, “African American Musicians of North Carolina,” is coming to the City of Raleigh Museum! Visitors can view the materials from August 4, 2023, through October 29, 2023. “African American Musicians of North Carolina” celebrates the contributions of individuals and bands to regional and popular culture. In addition to a title and introductory […]

Voters will be asked to show photo ID when voting in North Carolina. For most voters, they will simply show their driver’s license. But there are many other acceptable photo IDs. If a voter does not have an acceptable photo ID, they can get one for free from the N.C. Division of Motor Vehicles (NCDMV). Find […]

Whether you have just launched a startup or are looking to grow and scale your company, NC IDEA has resources that can help in the success of your journey when and where you need it most. Early stage, growth-oriented companies can apply for one of two different NC IDEA grants: NC IDEA MICRO awards $10K project-based […]

The Tarheel State is featured in WalletHub's list of the most fun states in the country, citing amusement parks, restaurants and more!

The following are 10 facts about North Carolina’s photo ID requirement for voting via NC State Board of Elections: Voters will be asked to show photo ID when voting in North Carolina, starting with the 2023 municipal elections. Those elections occur in September, October, and November, depending on the town or city. (Find your local election […]

Today, the North Carolina Division of Motor Vehicles began changes to appointment scheduling to make the trip to get your license less of a headache. 

Lawmakers in North Carolina are now considering a new bill that could signal strict punishment for those who assault school workers.  As reported by ABC11, the legislation, HB534, is currently moving through. If passed, the bill would classify certain assaults as felonies for repeat offenders.  This comes as a video of one such assault is making its rounds on social media. On Monday, footage surfaced of a student and a substitute teacher fighting inside a classroom at Rocky Mount High School. 

A new bipartisan effort is moving forward at the statehouse, and that could mean paying a little extra for your Uber or Lyft ride. 

Karen Clark has a conversation with Tammie Hall, representing North Carolina's Office for Historically Underutilized Businesses (HUB).