RALEIGH — North Carolina Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper was blocked from expanding Medicaid in his first term by Republicans in the legislature, and any repeated push could again face more stalemates with the GOP after the status quo election results of November.
RALEIGH — As coronavirus trends continue to worsen, North Carolina’s top public health official reiterated Thursday the same messages of mask wearing, hand washing and physical distancing that have been promoted for months with mixed success.
FORT BRAGG — From Dec. 4-18, U.S. Special Forces candidates will be conducting the Robin Sage training exercise throughout several counties in North Carolina including Richmond as part of the final test of their Special Forces Qualification Course training, according to a release.
ROCKINGHAM — The Richmond County Partnership for Children is working with the Dollywood Foundation to hold a streaming event Wednesday that will give a behind-the-scenes look at Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library, and will include a performance by Parton herself.
RALEIGH — A federal judge wrongly blocked North Carolina’s latest photo voter identification law, an appeals court ruled Wednesday, deciding she erred when declaring the requirement was tainted by racial bias because a previous voter ID law had been struck down on similar grounds.
HAMLET – Allison Goodwin of Hamlet earned her Medical Assisting degree from Richmond Community College in 2008. She currently serves as the Clinic Manager with FirstHealth Women’s Center in Rockingham.