Dena Diorio wants you to stay home for Christmas, but has different plans for herself this holiday season. The Mecklenburg County Manager in North Carolina said she would be traveling across the state to see loved ones, despite asking other residents celebrate with those in their own household.
The legendary vocalist has proven to be savvy with social media and she reportedly spoke with Taylor about the idea of a potential series.
Many Star Wars fans felt for years that Boba Fett didn't get the respect he deserved. The iconic intergalactic bounty hunter is finally getting his late flowers in the form of his own show.
Michael Regan, 44, would be the first African-American to take the post. He was instrumental in leading the state's multi-billion-dollar cleanup of coal ash and worked with members of the GOP legislature in Raleigh to improve environmental standards in North Carolina.
The Christmas musical event at First Baptist Church took place over the December 5 weekend with a packed congregation of maskless attendees and choir members, who were singing shoulder to shoulder, witnesses told the Asheville Citizen Times.
Clubhouse is currently the wave right now, but it looks like Twitter might be coming to steal the social media apps thunder already.
Both the House and Senate came to an agreement on a $900 billion COVID-19 economic relief package on Sunday. Another round of pandemic assistance that includes direct payouts of $600 stimulus checks to Americans and a $300 per week jobless extension for the next 10 weeks. Payments are expected over the next two weeks.
North Carolina reported another record-breaking day of new COVID19 cases with 8,444 on Friday. This new total doubles a record reported a month ago. "I'm very worried for our state," NCDHHS secretary Mandy Cohen said in a press conference. "We must act now to protect each other."
If you're in South America moving dirty take this as your formal warning. The law is feeling very festive about giving out long sentences for the holiday.
Hawthorne at the Glen, a luxury apartment complex in Concord, N.C., hosted "Santa Doug" Eberhart, who showed up to the community event maskless on Dec. 15. The second time Eberhart was in defiance of Gov. Cooper's statewide mask mandate at a holiday event in less than a week. A report by WSOC said the Santa appeared at a south Charlotte Ben and Jerry's without a mask last Wednesday, forcing the ice cream shop to issue an apology.