The Phase 2 extension includes a face covering requirement when in public settings.
Many Charlotte-area companies joined forces to create unexpected partnerships to get through this time together.
Beginning Friday, May 22 at 5.p.m. and through at least the next five weeks, North Carolina will move to a Safer-at-Home order (Phase Two)
On May 20, Governor Roy Cooper and North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Dr. Mandy Cohen announced details of Safer...