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Name:Roy Cooper
Hometown:Nashville, NC
Born:June 13, 1957 (62)
Notes:75th Governor of North Carolina

Gov. Roy Cooper sends letter to Swofford, ACC Network urging solutions with cable providers
North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper, who holds two degrees from UNC and regularly appears at the Smith Center for basketball games, sent a letter to...

ECU Board approves alcohol sales at stadiums
East Carolina joined other University of North Carolina system schools on Friday when the ECU Board of Trustees approved the sale of alcohol to the...

Beer, Wine Could Be on Menu at UNC Games
Carolina has a decision to make, courtesy of a new law that allows the state’s 16 public universities to authorize beer and wine sales at...

UNC Preparing to Allow Alcohol Sales During On-Campus Sports
Fans at Kenan Stadium and other UNC sporting events this fall will very likely have the option to purchase alcohol during the games. North Carolina...

Gov. Roy Cooper signs bill into law allowing alcohol sales at athletic facilities of UNC schools
North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper signed a bill into law Wednesday that authorizes boards of trustees at University of North Carolina system schools to decide...

UNC Monitoring Bill that would Allow Alcohol Sales at Athletics Events
A bill that would allow alcohol to be sold at athletics events on campuses across the UNC System is awaiting the governor’s signature to become...

UNC alum to UNC alum: Roy Cooper presents retiring newsman Bill Leslie with state's highest honor
North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper visited WRAL TV on Thursday to present departing news anchor Bill Leslie with a special honor. The state's chief executive...

‘A life of purpose’
For more than two centuries, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has prepared the state’s lawyers, business leaders, journalists, teachers, politicians and doctors...

Roy Cooper delivers uplifting message for University Day
Gov. Roy Cooper delivered the University Day keynote address Thursday. He spoke about remaining positive in a time when it is easy to be discouraged...

Roy Cooper gives UNC permission to remove Silent Sam
Gov. Roy Cooper wrote a letter to UNC-System President Margaret Spellings giving the University permission to remove Silent Sam if leaders "believe there is a...


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