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PEMBROKE — The School of Business at UNC Pembroke began offering an accelerated version of its online MBA program in 2017, allowing students to complete the program in one year. 

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HAMLET — This year has been a test of perseverance for many people, especially students having to learn in a completely new way.

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RALEIGH — Girl Scouts–North Carolina Coastal Pines is kicking off the 2021 Girl Scout Cookie Program on Saturday, Jan. 16, 2021. Girl Scouts are selling in creative, socially distant, and contact-free ways to keep themselves and their customers safe.

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RALEIGH — Just after Natalie Jacome launched a new clinic, the pandemic hit.

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RALEIGH —The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services today announced beginning Jan. 4, households can apply for the Low-Income Energy Assistance Program and the Crisis Intervention Program online at www.epass.nc.gov.

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RALEIGH—Starting today (Tuesday), North Carolina Food and Nutrition Services participants will be able to purchase groceries online using their Electronic Benefit Transfer cards at an additional authorized online EBT retailer, ALDI. This flexibility will allow participants to buy food while promoting social distancing to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and will help families with transportation and mobility barriers.

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RALEIGH — Blind and visually impaired voters in North Carolina may now request, receive, and return an accessible absentee ballot online. The system is compatible with screen readers.

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Wednesday, 09 September 2020 12:15

Without live shows, artists seeking ways to reach fans

RALEIGH — Will Easter is a promising North Carolina musician. A career just starting to take off. I reached him on his cell phone, and he wanted to talk. 

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PINEHURST— While the reunion is taking on a new form in 2020, FirstHealth of the Carolinas is looking forward to celebrating “graduates” of the Clarke Neonatal Intensive Care Unit in late September. 

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RALEIGH — Governor Roy Cooper announced (Thursday) that the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services launched new online tools to help Spanish-speaking North Carolinians to determine if they should consider being tested for COVID-19 and help individuals monitor their symptoms if they have tested positive for or been exposed to COVID-19.

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