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CFCC announces partnership, grant with Cypress Creek Renewables

An investment was made in southeastern North Carolina's workforce as a national solar company announced a partnership with Cape Fear Community College.

Gov. Cooper declares “we are still in” on reducing pollution

Gov. Roy Cooper has declared that North Carolina will join other governors, mayors, colleges and universities in continuing efforts to reduce pollution in support of the global Paris Agreement.

Currituck County considers ban on solar farms

Currituck's planning director, Ben Woody, says residents believe the solar farms hurt neighborhood aesthetics and property values.

Restraints on wind farms given initial Senate OK

The Latest on legislation adding more regulatory hurdles for the wind energy industry in North Carolina (all times local):

SC Ports Authority adding solar to terminal roofs

The South Carolina Ports Authority is leasing the roofs of warehouses at its terminals in Charleston and Mount Pleasant to a company that generates solar power.

Renewable energy tax breaks remain with phased-out repeal

The new year's repeal of North Carolina's tax credit on renewable energy equipment investments doesn't mean that break is completely over.

Google to buy solar power to run massive NC server farm

Google says it will offset the tremendous electricity needed for its North Carolina server farm with solar power under a new program that allows corporations to voluntarily pay more for renewable energy.

Leaders release details of NC budget deal

House and Senate Republican leaders have released details about the budget plan they struck late last week and continue to hammer out.

Senate panel also on board with capping NC energy mandates

There's a contingent in the North Carolina Senate that wants to join House lawmakers and stop expanding requirements for electric companies to generate more power through alternative sources and energy efficiencies.

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The victory comes 10 years after the Japanese star was low amateur in the Masters as a teenager.

New Hanover County 4-H holds annual award ceremony virtually

On Sunday, the New Hanover County 4-H held its annual award ceremony celebrating and recognizing the achievements of New Hanover County 4-H members, volunteers, and friends of 2020.

Cape Fear churches continue to adapt worship services during the pandemic

More than one year into the COVID-19 pandemic, and local churches continue to adapt as the pandemic alters their Sunday services.

Deadly shooting near Duke University

People who live in the area say it’s a mostly quiet community made up of families and Duke students.