Press Release

Press Release

RALEIGH — As one of the fastest growing states in the country, expanded growth of many areas around North Carolina means a continued risk of a dangerous meeting between vehicles and animals on the road, primarily deer.

GARNER — The N.C. Governor’s Highway Safety Program and law enforcement officers are urging people to buckle up during one of the deadliest weekends for travelers.|

ROCKINGHAM — Russell Parker, a Richmond County native and the executive producer of The Richmond Observer’s LIVE at 5, will release his debut fantasy novel this upcoming winter.

RALEIGH — The N.C. Tobacco Trust Fund Commission awarded more than $3.4 million through 22 grants fo agricultural and economic initiatives across the state. The grants place a high priority on projects that address ways to train people for new careers, stimulate the agricultural economy and help farmers with innovative ideas.

STATESVILLE — The Farm Credit Associations of N.C. are excited to announce that applications are now being accepted for the 2019 Innovative Young Farmer of the Year Award given by the Tobacco Farm Life Museum and sponsored by the Farm Credit Associations of North Carolina.

RALEIGH — As we enter the start of the fall wildfire season, the N.C. Forest Service and the USDA Forest Service urge visitors and North Carolinians to be cautious with campfires and when burning yard debris. This reminder coincides with National Fire Prevention Week, which runs Oct. 6-12.

Churches are, and always have been, the backbone of rural North Carolina. Places of hope, fellowship, spiritual comfort, they are also often heartbeats of a community, providing food, clothing and other direct aid to their neighbors.

NAGS HEAD — The N.C. Department of Transportation’s Division of Aviation and its Environmental Analysis Unit have teamed up to fight invasive plants with a new tool: drones.

RALEIGH – What will the future of transportation look like? Engineers at the N.C. Department of Transportation want young people to show them through artwork.

Tuesday, 01 October 2019 14:31

One year away from the REAL ID deadline

RALEIGH — Today marks the one-year milestone date that the REAL ID Act will go into effect. Meaning beginning Oct. 1, 2020, federal agencies will require a REAL ID, U.S. passport or another form of federally-approved identification to board commercial airlines and to enter federal buildings.

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