McDowell County-Report submitted by Chris Revis, Connect McDowell Co-founder As we experience this unprecedented need for internet access during the COVID-19 crisis, here are the resources that we have confirmed are available for our members and the community at large. Verizon Wireless:Verizon is offering multiple programs and accommodations for customers during the COVID-19 crisis. These include additional data allowances at no charge and other late. Please click for more
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OLD FORT, NC – What can be more satisfying on a cold winter day than a nice cup of tea?Mountain Gateway Museum & Heritage Center (MGM) in Old Fort will celebrate this centuries-old beverage with the opening on Saturday, Jan. 18, of a new traveling exhibit, Steeped in Time: Tea and Traditions. Developed by MGM’s sister museum, the Museum of the Albemarle in Elizabeth City, NC, the exhibit will run through the July 4th weekend at MGM, located at 24 Water Street in Old Fort. Admission is free.Steeped in Time
The North Carolina General Assembly recently passed Senate Bill 557, Various Finance Law Changes, and the governor signed it into law on November 8, 2019. The bill includes several changes affecting NC taxes, including the following: • A 7.5% increase to NC’s standard deduction for individual taxpayers, effective for the 2020 tax year. • Enactment of market-based sourcing for companies selling products, services or intangibles to customers in multiple states, effective for tax years starting January 1,