VIDEO: Updated online work-based learning tool now available to help N.C. students
Governor Roy Cooper has announced that North Carolina educators now have access to an improved online tool to help them connect students with opportunities to explore potential careers. The work-based learning tool, called “The Navigator,” brings together members of the business, education, and workforce development communities in a space where they can post, search for…Read More from VIDEO: Updated online work-based learning tool now available to help N.C. students
North Carolina Ferry Division to hold job fair June 9 in Manteo
Job seekers on the Outer Banks will have a chance to hop on board a rewarding new career as the North Carolina Ferry Division hosts a job fair June 9 at the College of the Albemarle’s Dare County Campus located at 205 Highway 64 South in Manteo. The fair will run from 10 a.m. to…Read More from North Carolina Ferry Division to hold job fair June 9 in Manteo
Food & Drink
June 2nd, 2022
Pair of bills in General Assembly would change happy hour laws, drop bar membership fees in N.C.
Legislators have filed two bills in the N.C. General Assembly’s short session to loosen restrictions when it comes to purchasing liquor and patronizing bars and restaurants across the state. If passed it would dictate changes to how the ABC Commission operates in the state. North Carolina established its Alcohol Beverage Control Commission in 1937 to…Read More from Pair of bills in General Assembly would change happy hour laws, drop bar membership fees in N.C.
Above-average activity forecast as 2022 hurricane season begins
While the 2022 Atlantic hurricane season begins today with above-average activity predicted, tropical cyclone activity did not get a head start this year. A streak that started in 2014 of at least one tropical storm or hurricane forming in the Atlantic basin ahead of the official start of the season on June 1 came to…Read More from Above-average activity forecast as 2022 hurricane season begins
Applicants sought for pair of upcoming vacancies on Elizabeth City-Pasquotank tourism board
Applications are now being accepted for a pair of seats on the Visit Elizabeth City/Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Tourism Development Board of Directors that will be come available on July 1. Under state law, those interested in serving must live or work in Pasquotank County either must be affiliated with a business that is collecting occupancy tax…Read More from Applicants sought for pair of upcoming vacancies on Elizabeth City-Pasquotank tourism board