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There are places here in the Southeast that naturalists call “pocosins.” These are generally thought of as wetland habitats of the coastal plain, dominated by a fairly large list of plants, most … more
Johnston County has an average of five home fires every month. The Disaster Action Team is second on the scene to help provide food, clothing and shelter to neighbors in need. The team is looking for … more
An awards banquet for any civic group is an occasion to say thank you to members and the community itself. The Kiwanis Club of Coats celebrated a successful 2017-2018 program year Sept. 21 at the … more
Like most of New Bern and North Carolina, Tryon Palace is working hard to recover from the impacts of Hurricane Florence and plans to reopen the site to visitors later this week. An official … more
(MS) — An umbrella term that encompasses various conditions, cardiovascular disease, or CVD, is a formidable foe. According to the World Health Organization, cardiovascular diseases claim the lives … more
A tragic accident claimed the life of a 2-year-old girl Monday afternoon in Johnston County. According to a press release from the Johnston County Sheriff’s Office, the child lost her life when … more
Cape Fear Community College in Wilmington will resume classes on Oct. 1. Until that time, the college will be closed at all campus locations for students, and all events scheduled to be held at any … more
RALEIGH – North Carolina Secretary of State Elaine F. Marshall cautions that even as flooding from Florence worsens in some areas of the state the natural disaster may also spawn a wave of … more
“Do what you have to do, so you can do what you want to do.” QUESTION: I have a degree in nutrition science, but for the last 10 years I’ve worked as the food service manager in a hospital. … more
A man reported being stabbed with a pocket knife by an unknown person Sunday night. According to Dunn Police reports William Hart Averette, 49, of Dunn reported he was attacked by a man with a … more
(MS) — Many people do not think about the perils of food poisoning until they hear of one or more people getting sick from foods they have consumed. Foodborne illnesses send roughly 128,000 … more
RALEIGH – As floodwaters recede and cleanup continues, the N.C. Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services urges farmers and homeowners to evaluate pesticides and other chemical storage … more
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