RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) – In the three months since Gov. Roy Cooper ordered thousands of state employees to get the COVID-19 vaccine or get tested weekly, more than three-fourths of them have taken the vaccine, according to the latest data from the North Carolina Office of State Human Resources. According
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — North Carolina Republican legislators on Monday announced plans to attempt to further delay the already postponed state primary, responding to worries about timing should the state Supreme Court strike down recent redistricting plans. The legislature will return to work Wednesday to take up a bill that
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — The legal fight over North Carolina’s redistricting plans shifted quickly to the state Supreme Court the day after trial judges refused to throw out the new maps. By Wednesday, nearly half of the justices had been asked by lawyers to stay out of upcoming deliberations because of alleged
April DWWC Guest Speaker: NC House Representative Linda Cooper-Suggs Please join us at our April 22 evening meeting with guest speaker NC House Representative Linda Cooper-Suggs to speak on NC Voter Suppression Bill on the horizon in NC General Assembly. Representative Linda Cooper-Suggs, represents district 24 in Wilson County and
If you have visited the DWWC Facebook Page or Member’s Group, you may have discovered that there was an informal challenge raised to celebrate Black Women for both months. Members have been posting often overlooked accomplishments of black women. Check out the women that have been highlighted. Moving from February
At times it may have seemed that this day would never arrive. As 2020 fades into history, 2021 arrives amid stay at home parties and subdued celebration. With the Biden-Harris inauguration in the near future and COVID-19 vaccines being administered, there is hope in the air. It’s that time, again!