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Federal eviction moratorium set by the CDC is scheduled to expire July 31

The federal eviction moratorium set by the CDC is scheduled to expire on Saturday.  Many people who have been impacted financially by the pandemic, may be scrambling to find rental assistance or long term aid.

HOPE program offers assistance to those struggling to pay rent and utility bills

The COVID-19 pandemic has created a financial hardship for many people across the state and right here in the Cape Fear region.

Cooper plans to decide whether to extend eviction moratorium in NC this week

Gov. Roy Cooper addressed that on Monday, saying he’s “looking at the data” and plans to make a decision this week whether to extend the moratorium on the state level as well.

Renters struggling to pay say Charlotte motel ‘shaming’ them

The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has put many people in tough financial spots as they try to make ends meet, with countless struggling to pay their rent.

Renters to get nearly $550K in apartment conditions lawsuit

The former owners and manager of an apartment complex in North Carolina have agreed to pay nearly $550,000 to former tenants who claimed they were paying rent despite ongoing health and safety violations.

Many landlords are struggling during the COVID-19 pandemic too

Many tenants are struggling right now -- They can’t pay rent. And, when the courts start hearing eviction cases again, they could be out of a home.

Tenants behind on rent in pandemic face harassment, eviction

The coronavirus pandemic has shut housing courts and prompted most states and federal authorities to initiate policies protecting renters from eviction.

Study shows 24% of Wilmington renters are looking to move elsewhere

Nearly 25% of those who rent in Wilmington are looking to move outside the area, according to a new study.

Study: 1 in 4 tenants Charlotte tenants have missed rent

A study by a housing nonprofit has found nearly 1 in 4 Charlotte-area tenants have missed rent payments that were due in the first week of April.

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While the bill would make it easier for several kinds of structures to withstand severe weather events, it does not meet President Biden's pledge to reduce US dependence on fossil fuels.

Tennessee won’t incentivize COVID shots but pays to vax cows

The governor of Tennessee does not support offering a financial incentive for citizens to get vaccinated against Covid 19 but he does support reimbursing farmers for vaccinating their cows against several types of diseases.

Biles returns to Olympic competition, wins bronze on beam

Heavily favored to win several Olympic medals, Simone Biles will bring home the bronze for her scaled-back routine on the balance beam.

Pet Pals: 1-Year-old Tabby Cat is in need of a new home

This week’s Pet Pal is a 1-year-old Tabby Cat.