RALEIGH — North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper won another legal victory defending his COVID-19 executive orders on Tuesday, this time when a judge rejected Lt. Gov. Dan Forest’s demand that they be blocked by declaring his lawsuit is unlikely to succeed.
ROCKINGHAM — With no objections from the City Council, City Manager Monty Crump on Tuesday initiated the “administrative removal” of the Confederate monument located in Harrington Square in downtown Rockingham.
With schools set to begin the new school year with virtual learning being more heavily used than ever before, concerns remain about how prolonged separation from the traditional classroom will affect social development and students’ mental health.
HAMLET — As Richmond County Schools staff members prepare to begin the fall 2020 semester, many elementary school teachers say they are happy to be able to reunite with their students for face-to-face learning — and several of them are weary about the district’s plan to reopen amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
HAMLET — For the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic started, the Richmond Community College Board of Trustees will hold an in-person meeting Tuesday after holding teleconferences for the past several months.