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Survivors in Greene, Hartnett and Sampson Counties May Apply for Disaster Assistance

RALEIGH, N.C. – Homeowners, renters and business owners in Greene, Hartnett and Sampson counties may apply for federal disaster assistance for Hurricane Matthew damage and losses in North Carolina. The […]

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United Way Disaster Relief Fund Established for Wayne County

United Way of Wayne County has created a Hurricane Matthew Relief Fund to be used to support relief efforts for people affected by the storm, and long-term recovery

Hwy 70 Open on Grantham Street.

Hwy 70 from the Little River Bridge to Grantham Street near Franklin Baking Company is now open.  The entrance and exit from I 795 is also open for

Recall Products Containing Chocolate Cookie Dough Pieces

Nutrisystem Retail Division Voluntarily Recalls One Product Containing Chocolate Cookie Dough Pieces Purchased From Third Party Supplier Due To A Possible Health Risk 10/12/2016 09:59 AM EDT   Nutrisystem Everyday, LLC,

Aftermath of Matthew

Red Cross and Community Partner shelter list.

Here is the most current Shelter List from Brittany Jennings, Regional Communications Officer with the American Red

Four More North Carolina Counties May Apply for Disaster Assistance

      From the FEMA/State News Desk: RALEIGH, N.C. – Homeowners, renters and business owners in Bertie, Johnston, Wayne and Wilson counties may apply for federal disaster assistance for Hurricane Matthew

States assist North Carolina in Hurricane Matthew relief efforts

This is the latest update from the Joint Information Center.   RALEIGH – Several states are providing emergency personnel, rescue equipment and other assets to help North Carolina flood victims following

Celebrating Growth in Wayne County

Dr. Shannon Jimenez, family, friends and staff celebrated with Wayne County Commissioner, Steve Keen and the City of Goldsboro, Mayor Al King, the completion of their new building

Dorothy “Dot” Lee Lambert Furr

November 21, 87, New London