Governor Roy Cooper says let’s begin to get back to 100%, this Friday at 5pm

from www.myfox8.com and be sure to tune at 4, 5, 6, 10 and 11pm for more info on this report…WGHP MyFOX 8 News with Neill McNeil, Katie Nordeen, Chad Tucker, Roy Acklund, Danny Harnden, Kevin Connolly and others… Many NC businesses allowed to increase occupancy, some to 100%; alcohol curfew lifted starting Friday, Gov. Roy… Continue reading Governor Roy Cooper says let’s begin to get back to 100%, this Friday at 5pm

Governor Roy Cooper says it is time to Ease Restrictions for Mass Gatherings and Indoor Activities

from www.myfox8.com and be sure to tune into the FOX 8 News at 4, 5, 6, 10, and 11 pm for more news and information on these new orders from our governor… North Carolina’s modified stay-at-home order to end Friday; Governor Cooper eases restrictions on businesses RALEIGH, N.C. — North Carolina’s modified stay-at-home order will… Continue reading Governor Roy Cooper says it is time to Ease Restrictions for Mass Gatherings and Indoor Activities

Governor Roy Cooper initiates “Stay-at-Home Order” and it takes effect this Friday December 11:”Stay-at-Home” from 10pm until 5am and this is Mandatory!!!

from www.wxii12.com: (Be sure to watch WXII TV 12 at 5, 6, and 11pm for more details with Kenny Beck….Also tune in for WXII TV 12 News, on The Triad’s CW20 TV, at 10pm.) Gov. Roy Cooper is tightening North Carolina restrictions as coronavirus cases and hospitalizations continue to climb. Gov. Roy Cooper and North… Continue reading Governor Roy Cooper initiates “Stay-at-Home Order” and it takes effect this Friday December 11:”Stay-at-Home” from 10pm until 5am and this is Mandatory!!!

Thomas Hennigan(Northwest Guilford HS/APP State) with a letter to Governor Roy Cooper, asking the Governor to allow fans to come watch the College Football Players in North Carolina “play football this Fall”!!!

Take a look below at the letter from former Northwest Guilford High School and current Appalachian State football player Thomas Hennigan…The letter from the APP State senior wide receiver Thomas Hennigan is asking North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper directly to let the fans come out to watch the college football teams in North Carolina, “play… Continue reading Thomas Hennigan(Northwest Guilford HS/APP State) with a letter to Governor Roy Cooper, asking the Governor to allow fans to come watch the College Football Players in North Carolina “play football this Fall”!!!

Governor Roy Cooper announces Phase 2.5 Reopening for North Carolina:Gyms can open up again/Bars and Movie Theaters will remain closesd

from www.myfox8.com: (Be sure to check out the FOX 8 News at 4, 5, 6, 10 and 11 pm….Start Local/Stay Local with FOX 8 News and WGHP.) RALEIGH, N.C. — Governor Roy Cooper said on Tuesday that North Carolina will enter Phase 2.5 of reopening. North Carolina COVID-19 Phase 2.5 of reopening by FOX8 News… Continue reading Governor Roy Cooper announces Phase 2.5 Reopening for North Carolina:Gyms can open up again/Bars and Movie Theaters will remain closesd

Some Gyms in North Carolina ready to Reopen under Governor’s Medical Exemption Plan

from www.wxii12.com: WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. —Gyms in North Carolina are still closed under phase two of Gov. Roy Cooper’s reopening plan for the state, but some plan to reopen Tuesday. Planet Fitness is among the gyms that say they will use a medical expemption outlined in the governor’s executive order. It allows people with a doctor’s… Continue reading Some Gyms in North Carolina ready to Reopen under Governor’s Medical Exemption Plan

Governor Roy Cooper Extends Phase Two of Coronavirus/COVID-19 Reopening for Five More Weeks:New Round of Phase Two set to end on September 11

Bars, Gyms, Bowling Alleys must remain closed until September 11….. from WFMY News 2 and be sure to CLICK HERE to read more…… (www.wfmynews2.com and be sure to follow WFMY News 2 as they begin The Good Morning Show, at 4:30am) RALEIGH, N.C. — Gov. Roy Cooper announced the state’s Phase 2 reopening plan will… Continue reading Governor Roy Cooper Extends Phase Two of Coronavirus/COVID-19 Reopening for Five More Weeks:New Round of Phase Two set to end on September 11

Judge Rules that North Carolina Bowling Alleys Can Reopen despite Governor Roy Cooper’s Order that kept them Closed

from www.wxii12.com:(Be sure to check out WXII TV 12 News at 5, 6, and 11pm.) RALEIGH, N.C. —A judge says a dozen North Carolina bowling alleys can reopen despite Gov. Roy Cooper’s order that keeps them closed. A judge ruled that The Bowling Proprietors Association of the Carolinas and Georgia can reopen immediately with strict… Continue reading Judge Rules that North Carolina Bowling Alleys Can Reopen despite Governor Roy Cooper’s Order that kept them Closed

When the High Schools Reopen for Workouts next Week, they will remain under NCHSAA Phase One Guidelines

(The North Carolina High Schools can officially reopen their athletic workouts next week, but those workouts must begin under NCHSAA Phase One guidelines.) The big deal will be the No-Contact Appeal…No contact will be allowed between players at all…And all weight rooms will remain closed…You may want to go get in a workout at a… Continue reading When the High Schools Reopen for Workouts next Week, they will remain under NCHSAA Phase One Guidelines

Alamance County Judge rules with the state of North Carolina and Governor Cooper, in saying Ace Speedway will be host to 25 Racing Fans, or remain Closed!!!!!(No Race at Ace)

ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C. — from WXII TV 12 News and their news anchor Kenny Beck….Go to www.wxii12.com for more info and be sure to tune into WXII TV 12 News at 11pm and 10pm WXII 12 News on the CW 20….. A judge in Alamance County is siding with the state ruling that the Ace… Continue reading Alamance County Judge rules with the state of North Carolina and Governor Cooper, in saying Ace Speedway will be host to 25 Racing Fans, or remain Closed!!!!!(No Race at Ace)

Three More Weeks until Phase Three:Governor Cooper says Re-Do Phase Two(Face the Music, Time for Face-Masks in Public)/Guilford County Schools will still return to Athletic Workouts on July 6

just got off the phone with @GCSNCAthletics AD Leigh Hebbard. He tells me that Guilford County is keep July 6th as the date for lifting the dead period and allowing limited summer workouts to begin….@WFMY @WFMYhss — Brian Hall (@bhallwfmy) June 24, 2020 NC Gov. Roy Cooper signs executive order extending Phase 2, requiring face… Continue reading Three More Weeks until Phase Three:Governor Cooper says Re-Do Phase Two(Face the Music, Time for Face-Masks in Public)/Guilford County Schools will still return to Athletic Workouts on July 6

Alamance County judge grants temporary restraining order against Ace Speedway:Ace can race, but with Only 25 Fans in Attendance(Will they still be able to fly/show the Confederate Flag when racing resumes?)

Alamance County judge grants temporary restraining order against Ace Speedway:Ace can race, but with Only 25 Fans in Attendance Here is a sidebar question as we look this all over…NASCAR has banned the Confederate Flag, our question is this… Will Ace Speedway be able to fly/show the Confederate Flag when racing resumes??? More thoughts on… Continue reading Alamance County judge grants temporary restraining order against Ace Speedway:Ace can race, but with Only 25 Fans in Attendance(Will they still be able to fly/show the Confederate Flag when racing resumes?)

Charlie Harville’s Saturday Night Racing Roundup:Fans show up in numbers at Ace Speedway to “Protest” the Governor’s Stay at Home Order/Governor Cooper “shuts down” Ace Speedway

Charlie Harville, formerly of WFMY News 2 Sports and WGHP Channel 8 Sports, is no longer with us, but his spirit lives on with our Charlie Harville’s Saturday Night Racing Roundups…. Tonight/Saturday Night/last night, the racing fans showed up in large numbers again, at the Ace Speedway in Alamance County…. Saturday night’s/last night’s theme was… Continue reading Charlie Harville’s Saturday Night Racing Roundup:Fans show up in numbers at Ace Speedway to “Protest” the Governor’s Stay at Home Order/Governor Cooper “shuts down” Ace Speedway

Governor Roy Cooper:North Carolina schools to remain closed for rest of school year

**********A very tough decision coming from North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper today, and Governor Cooper cautioned that things will have to be different when the schools reopen in the Fall of 2020….********** from www.myfox8.com: RALEIGH, N.C. — Gov. Roy Cooper has closed North Carolina schools for the rest of the school year, he announced Friday.… Continue reading Governor Roy Cooper:North Carolina schools to remain closed for rest of school year

Governor Roy Cooper Today:Too Soon to Lift Restrictions, Stay at Home Order Extended until May 8(Decision on Schools Reopening Coming on Friday)

Governor Roy Cooper Today:Too Soon to Lift Restrictions, Stay at Home Order Extended until May 8…. More details from North Carolina governor Cooper on the way…. (Decision on Schools Reopening Coming on Friday) *****After May 8 the Governor’s Three Phase Plan to reopen the state of North Carolina will begin..***** Phase One of Reopening:Still no… Continue reading Governor Roy Cooper Today:Too Soon to Lift Restrictions, Stay at Home Order Extended until May 8(Decision on Schools Reopening Coming on Friday)

Governor Roy Cooper says All North Carolina Public Schools will be CLOSED until at least May 15:High School Basketball Gone, Baseball still on Deck, but fading fast!!!(Continuation Date on High School Sports no sooner than May 18)

++++++++++The North Carolina High School Athletic Association has announced spring sports will be suspended until at least May 18.++++++++++ **********Governor Roy Cooper, the governor of North Carolina and this announcement made this afternoon on Twitter and Live on 680 AM/WPTF out of Raleigh….********** @NC_Governor :Therefore, today I will sign an executive order that closes public… Continue reading Governor Roy Cooper says All North Carolina Public Schools will be CLOSED until at least May 15:High School Basketball Gone, Baseball still on Deck, but fading fast!!!(Continuation Date on High School Sports no sooner than May 18)