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Governor Roy Cooper

Governor’s School Supply Drive Kicks Off to Support Students, Teachers and Public Schools Across State

Today, Governor Roy Cooper announced the beginning of the Governor’s School Supply Drive and encouraged people to donate school supplies for public school students and teachers across the state. On average, teachers in North Carolina spend over $500 of their own money on supplies for their classrooms each year.

Governor Cooper Reminds North Carolinians to Stay Prepared for COVID-19 Waves; More Transmissible BA.5 Variant Now Leads Cases

As key COVID-19 metrics increase in North Carolina and the U.S. due to the BA.5 variant, Governor Roy Cooper is reminding North Carolinians to stay prepared by being up to date on vaccines and boosters, having a supply of tests and seeking treatment if they test positive.

Governor Cooper Highlights Longleaf Commitment Community College Grants in Brunswick County

Governor Cooper Highlights Longleaf Commitment Community College Grants in Brunswick County, Encourages High School Seniors to Apply for Funding.
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Emergency shelters are opening for people seeking safety from #HurricaneIan

Emergency shelters are opening for people seeking safety from #HurricaneIan. Right now, there are three shelters open. Any additional shelters will be opened based on need and storm conditions.
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