Ad Spot

Governor’s school supply drive underway

The fourth Governor’s School Supply Drive is now open and will run until December 16.

Like so many annual events, public health precautions have required the drive to go fully online at ncpta.org/index.php/governors-school-supply-drive-2020/.

This year features a new partner in the North Carolina Parent Teacher Association. On average, teachers spend about $500 of their own money on supplies for their classrooms each year.

Donations made through the portal noted above can be directed to a specific school district or charter school or to a general fund that will be divided among counties with the greatest need.

Governor Cooper’s School Supply Drive is offered in partnership between the North Carolina Governor’s Office, the North Carolina Business Committee on Education and its partners, North Carolina PTA, VolunteerNC, State Employees Credit Union, and Communities In Schools of North Carolina.

READ ABOUT MORE NEWS AND EVENTS HERE.

RECENT HEADLINES:

First quarter honors celebrated at Wanchese Christian Academy

Dare County Arts Council presents Artrageous digital art show

Crime

Ex-Rep. Hayes pardoned by Trump for role in bribery scandal

News

$642,767 Cash 5 jackpot win leaves Craven County retiree feeling ‘blessed’

News

Dare public schools stay with remote learning

News

Dare Planning Board looks at three developments and camping cabins

Crime

Marshals offer $5K reward for arrests in fatal NC shooting

News

Amtrak cancels trains in Virginia, limits route of The Carolinian ahead of inauguration

News

Teen bicyclist dies after collision with car in North Carolina

Crime

Three dead and one hospitalized in apparent domestic case in North Carolina

Crime

Four NC men charged with murder after body found in trunk of car

News

Coast Guard, good Samaritan rescue man after vessel sinks

News

North Carolina weekly gas price update

Crime

Family of slain North Carolina man seeks answers decades after his death

News

Martin Luther King Jr. day featured in National Parks

News

Dorothy Schmidt Cole, oldest living Marine, dies at 107

News

COVID-19 outbreak reported at Dare Detention Center

News

Cluster home development approved in Kill Devil Hills

News

Business as usual in Manteo

News

Trash schedule for Martin Luther King Jr. holiday set

Lifestyles

North Carolina Coastal Federation seeks applicants for environmental award

News

Update on COVID-19 cases, vaccinations

Lifestyles

Martin Luther King Birthday Celebration is virtual Jan. 16

News

NC panel recommends boosting transportation spending by 40%

News

Lawsuit seeks more protection for endangered right whales

Crime

Kill Devil Hills Police Department releases December crime blotter