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FAYETTEVILLE – Cape Fear Valley Health began temporarily furloughing approximately 350 employees Friday in staff reductions that are expected to continue next week. On March 27, the health … more
Public health officials with the Harnett County Health Department announced the county’s second death resulting from COVID-19 on Friday. Reports indicate the individual was elderly and had … more
North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper continued his pleas to residents to obey the Stay-at-Home order he put into effect on March 29 as the battle against coronavirus (COVID-19) rages on. more
Customers not adhering to social distancing rule more
The second death associated with coronavirus (COVID-19) was reported Friday in Johnston County, according to the Johnston County Health Department. more
A second person has tested presumptive positive for the cornoavirus (COVID-19) in Sampson County. more
With all of the modern technology available to scientists and others searching for the one breakthrough which will bring an end to the coronavirus, there is still one thing, no matter how hard they try, researchers can’t overcome — time. more
COVID-19 continued its assault on the unemployment record books as jobless numbers soared to unprecedented levels. More than six million Americans filed for unemployment in the week ending on … more
North Carolina residents should keep a watchful eye out for coronavirus-related scams and price gouging, according to the office of N.C. Attorney General Josh Stein. “Our office has received … more
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COVID-19 found its way into North Carolina prisons this week as inmates at two facilities tested positive for the coronavirus. The Department of Public Safety on Wednesday reported an offender at … more
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