North Carolina

The national eviction moratorium announced this week by the Trump administration, aimed at reducing the spread of COVID-19, is a potential lifeline to millions of tenants struggling to pay rent...
After months of reprieve, local, statewide, and federal protections that would stop evictions from proceeding are nearly completely gone as the coronavirus pandemic continues. The economic support...
Mecklenburg County so far has been able to stave off evictions in about half the cases, thanks to emergency rental assistance and cooperation among Legal Aid, landlords, mediators, and social service...
Just as federal unemployment benefits run out, bills that people have deferred will come due in the next few days as state and federal moratoriums end. That weekly supplement ends this week unless...
A statewide moratorium on evictions in North Carolina expires this Sunday unless Governor Roy Cooper extends it. Some landlords are sending fake eviction notices, or calling tenants to tell them they...
Host Frank Stasio discusses impending housing insecurity and its links to health risks, especially among North Carolina Latinos, with attorney Sarah D'Amato and Associate Professor Rosa Gonzalez-...
According to the Washington Post , communities like the Immokalee farming community in Florida are rapidly becoming "an epicenter of coronavirus cases" in the state, with nearly 900 cases reported...
Chief Justice Cheri Beasley has entered three additional emergency orders in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The orders extend several existing emergency directives, extend the time for filing a...
As the Guilford County Sheriff’s Office resumes serving eviction notices, housing advocates are asking local, state, and federal officials to offer rental assistance for tenants who are sure to face...
As part of the Finding Home series, WFAE’s Marshall Terry spoke with Isaac Sturgill, an attorney with Legal Aid of North Carolina, and also Kim Graham, the executive director of the Greater Charlotte...

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