Improving the safety of the motoring public by constantly maintaining and upgrading roads and bridges is by far the most important mission of the N.C. Department of Transportation. With this in mind, the department has awarded a $5.4 million contract to S.T. Wooten Corporation of Wilson to resurface and reconstruct shoulders on U.S. 70 between Olga Road in Beaufort and the end of U.S. 70 at the Community of Atlantic, and N.C. 12 between U.S. 70 and the Cedar Island Ferry Terminal, including the ferry ramp, in Carteret County
North Carolina Secretary of Commerce John E. Skvarla III and Assistant Secretary for Rural Economic Development Pat Mitchell have announced the recipients of the FY2015 Economic Development Competitive Grants for Underserved and Limited Resource Communities (ULRC). This program provides grants to local governments and non-profits totaling up to $1.75 million. The purpose of the ULRC Program is to encourage economic development activities, services or projects that benefit underserved populations and limited resource communities across the state. The program is administered by the Rural Economic Development Division of the North Carolina Department of Commerce.
Raleigh, NC - November 8, 2013 - (RealEstateRama) -- Governor Pat McCrory and First Lady Ann McCrory invite you to a Dog Adoption and Humane Awards event at the Executive Mansion on Saturday, November 16, 10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Pets are the heart of many North Carolina homes. An estimated 70 percent of households in North Carolina have at least one companion animal
November 8, 2012 - (RealEstateRama) -- Gov. Bev Perdue announced today that $750,000 in grants have been awarded for 13 projects that will help North Carolina towns and counties restore streams, reduce erosion, study storm water management and benefit other water resources.
RALEIGH - October 2, 2012 - (RealEstateRama) -- Gov. Bev Perdue announced today that 18 counties and communities were awarded Community Development Block Grants to upgrade critical public infrastructure in those locations. These projects will improve existing water and sewer services. The CDBG grant funds are provided by the U.S Department of Housing and Urban Development and are dedicated for projects serving persons of low- and moderate-incomes