Stories tagged: "Raleigh"


Six members of the Littleturtle family, who are Lumbee and Tuscarora, wear traditional regalia for a dance.
Powwows, Plant Medicine and Hip Hop: NC Celebrates Native American Heritage Month

Storytelling, theater, music, and Indigenous food, C&P's guide to celebrating North Carolina's native population properly.

Grey[haired person in sunglasses and denim jacket stands before a quilt display holding up two mugs in welcome.
Whatever Your Interests, Find Your Fit at One of These 45 North Carolina Fall Festivals

Our list of 45 North Carolina fall festivals is packed with fun for leaf lovers, beer enthusiasts, oyster shuckers, apple pickers and more.

Sen. Thom Tillis, R-N.C., in a Senate Judiciary Committee on Capitol Hill, Tuesday, June 16, 2020. (Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call/Pool via AP)
After Maskless Appearance at Trump Speech, Should Thom Tillis Take a Coronavirus Test?

After cameras caught Thom Tillis without a mask at Trump's speech, some want the senator to cancel his events or take a coronavirus test.

A 'Black Lives Matter' mural painted in Charlotte this year. (Cardinal & Pine photo by Grant Baldwin).
After Roxboro Shooting, ‘Black Lives Matter’ Demonstrations Convene in Three NC Cities

On the same day Roxboro police released dashboard footage of David Brooks Jr.'s death, Black Lives Matter demonstrations touched off in three NC cities.

Governor Roy Cooper listens to Dr. Mandy Cohen, Secretary of the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, during their press briefing on the COVID-19 virus at the Emergency Operations Center on Tuesday, July 28, 2020 in Raleigh. (Image via NC DPS)
Cooper Shuts Down Late-Night Alcohol Sales. Will It Slow Down the Coronavirus?

North Carolinians will no longer be able to purchase alcohol after 11 pm, after Gov. Cooper issued a new ban meant to slow the coronavirus.

Raleigh public pools are reopening, day after local summer camp warns of kids exposed to coronavirus. (Image via Shutterstock)
Report: As Raleigh Reopens Swimming Pools, Summer Camp Says Children Exposed to Coronavirus

Raleigh’s public swimming pools opened Monday, a day after parents were warned that children attending a local summer camp were exposed to coronavirus.

Gov. Cooper's administration is expected to announce his decision Thursday on a mandatory mask rule, Charlotte Mayor Vi Lyles said.
While Gov. Cooper Mulls Mask Order, Some NC Local Governments Aren’t Waiting

While Roy Cooper mulls a statewide mask order, Raleigh, Durham, Orange County, Boone and now Greensboro impose their own emergency mask rules.