Tuesday 16 Oct 2018

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Wayne County Escapes Much Of Michael’s Devastation

What a difference a day can make. Some of the worst predictions for the remnants of Hurricane Michael failed to materialize in Wayne County Thursday. However, Tropical Storm Michael did […]

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Wayne County Emergency Shelter Closing

Department of Social Services Director and Wayne County Shelter Coordinator Tammy Schrenker has announced the shelter at the Salvation Army in Goldsboro is closed. The emergency shelter was

Wayne County To Distribute Mosquito Larvicide

Wayne County Health Director Davin Madden announces that the County has purchased mosquito larvicide using state funds designated for mosquito abatement. The larvicide packs are for residents to

UPDATED: Tropical Storm WARNING In Effect For Wayne & Surrounding Counties

(NWS) -- Tropical Storm Michael will cross north central North Carolina through mid evening. Wayne County remains under a Tropical Storm Warning. New information --------------- * Changes to watches and warnings: -

Only Scattered Power Outages Reported From Michael

So far, very few power outages have been reported in the Wayne County area as Tropical Storm Michael makes its way across the state. Duke Energy says there is

County Offices To Close At 2 PM Ahead Of Storm

Wayne County Offices will close at 2:00 p.m. Thursday, October 11, 2018, in advance of potentially strong wind gusts from Tropical Storm Michael. While the sustained winds have

Tornado Watch Issued

The National Weather Service has issued a Tornado Watch for much of Central And Eastern North Carolina. The Tornado Watch is in effect until 9 PM Thursday for Wayne,

Drivers Urged To Use Caution During Michael

With heavy rainfall and windy conditions expected across much of North Carolina from remnants of Hurricane Michael over the next few days, the N.C. Department of Transportation is

Area Braces For Michael, Storm Tracking Further West

A Tropical Storm Warning is in effect for Wayne County and much of Eastern Carolina as the area prepares to take a hit from the remnants of Hurricane Michael. Warning

FEMA Disaster Recovery Centers Closed Today

All FEMA Disaster Recovery Centers in North Carolina will be closed Thursday, Oct. 11, due to the impending storm. The Centers will reopen when it is safe to open,