Reentry Center for Women is operating on a regular schedule. All visitors to our office must wear a mask and appointments are scheduled for vaccinated individuals only. Our monthly seminars, events, and meetings will resume in June as per social distancing and mask-wearing guidelines. If you have questions or concerns about our Covid-19 protocols, please contact us.
On March 25, North Carolina officials announced that they were suspending the prison work release program. And they made it clear why: They wanted to prevent inmates from being exposed to the coronavirus. Despite that announcement, officials continued to send inmates from at least one prison — the North Carolina Correctional Institute for Women in Raleigh — to work in government buildings outside the prison until mid-April, the Charlotte Observer has learned. Prisoner Natasha
The Wake County Sheriff’s Office has identified the woman who was shot and killed along a road near Garner on Saturday afternoon. Officials also identified the suspect in the incident, who authorities say later wrecked his SUV and shot himself. The shooting was reported around 4:15 p.m. along U.S. 70 Business near Auburn Knightdale Road and Raynor Road, just east of Garner. Wake County Sheriff’s Office spokesman Eric Curry said a woman was found deceased in the road when poli