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Map helps find local resources following office closures due to budget cuts

An interactive map connecting citizens to abuser treatment, domestic violence, displaced homemaker and sexual assault programs funded by the N.C. Council for Women (CFW) has been posted to its website.

The map was updated to reflect the reassignment of programs to different region offices following the June 30 shut down of CFW’s Northeast Region office, located in Greenville. Closure of a regional office was required by the budget passed by the N.C. General Assembly.


Southwestern Community College just signed honors partnership agreements with NC State University, the University of North Carolina-Charlotte and the University of North Carolina-Wilmington.

Currently, Southwestern already has honors partnership agreements with Appalachian State University and Western Carolina University.

“That brings the total to five universities that now accept honors credit from Southwestern,” according to Cheryl-Contino-Conner, chair of SCC’s honors program.



Harmful pollution to be cut under federal agreement

North Carolina’s landmark clean air settlement with the Tennessee Valley Authority has received final approval from a federal court judge, Attorney General Roy Cooper said June 30.

Judge Thomas A. Varlan of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Tennessee approved a consent decree in the case, bringing to a successful close Cooper’s five-year-long legal battle to get the TVA to clean up emissions from its coal-fired plants.


New laws to better track purchases of meth ingredients and help ex-offenders avoid repeating their crimes will make North Carolina safer, Attorney General Roy Cooper said.

House Bill 12 and House Bill 641 were both signed into law Friday, June 24, by Governor Bev Perdue.


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