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Bitty & Beau’s Coffee officially opens 5th location

Bitty and Beau's Coffee shop opened its fifth location in Annapolis Maryland this weekend. 

NC Aquarium at Fort Fisher hosting Sensory Day in February

The North Carolina Aquarium at Fort Fisher is getting ready to host a day designed just for children and adults with disabilities. 

Kentucky teacher carries student so she can attend field trip

Physical barriers nearly canceled a field trip for one fourth grader who is in a wheelchair, but a teacher at the school refused to let that happen.

‘Theatre For All’ gives everyone access to the arts

"Theatre For All" started as an outreach program at Laney High School five years ago, but now the non-profit is being recognized for their commitment to support performers with disabilities.

‘If I can surf, I can do anything’: Camps for all abilities at IndoJax

A local surf charity is in its 11th season of giving back to the community and there's still opportunities to get involved!

Accessible beach flooring making impact in Carolina Beach

The accessible beach flooring will be up until Labor Day.

Getting a TUFF workout

"Train us forward fitness" or TUFF is an adapted physical activity class for people with and without disabilities.

Therapeutic riding program delivers on smiles and skills

A local non-profit is offering therapeutic riding using horses. People with disabilities or those who need special attention can often benefit from this unique type of riding.

One-armed football player not slowing down

The Asheville School Blues may have wrapped up the football season, but one player is still going strong, focusing on new goals in the gym.

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Experts say there’s no need to rush to the gas pumps after Colonial Pipeline hack

Gov. Roy Cooper declared a state of emergency as fears rise about the fuel supply chain following a cyber attack on America's largest fuel pipeline.

Pet Pals: 2-year-old British shorthair cat

This week's Pet Pal is a 2-year-old female British shorthair cat.

More than 8,500 people have used NC transit agencies to get COVID-19 vaccines

Since vaccine rollouts began, North Carolina transit systems have taken more than 8,500 residents to vaccine appointments.

House passes bill to bar Cooper from mandating COVID shot

North Carolina House members on Monday approved a plan to curb the governor’s ability to mandate COVID-19 vaccines through executive action.