Archives for September, 2018

Rear Adm. Jay DeLoach presents at Historical Society Lunch & Learn Admiral David Farragut, yes of the “Damn the Torpedoes”

Posted in History, New Bern

Craven Community College (Craven CC) will resume classes Monday, Oct. 1 on the New Bern and Havelock campuses. The college

Posted in New Bern

Due to the increased populations of mosquitoes caused by flooding from Hurricane Florence, Gov. Roy Cooper on Friday ordered $4

Posted in Craven County, Hurricane, New Bern, State news

Craven County Schools are tentatively planning to return students to school on Monday, Oct. 8. These dates are subject to

Posted in Craven County Schools, Hurricane, New Bern

For residents who suffered losses during Hurricane Florence, Disaster Recovery Centers are now open in several locations around the state,

Posted in Craven County, FEMA, Hurricane, New Bern

Cleanup, rebuilding, and housing are now the city’s focus in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence, officials said during Tuesday’s Board

Posted in Aldermen, Board of Aldermen, Craven County, Hurricane, Mayor, New Bern

Learn How to Build Gingerbread House Class Oct. 19 Getting back to normal is the priority for New Bern following

Posted in Community, History, New Bern

FEMA has opened a Disaster Recovery Center (DRC) at the old Eckerd/Rite Aid store located at 710 DeGraffenreid Ave. in

Posted in Craven County, Craven County Schools, Economy, Economy and Employment, Housing, Hurricane, New Bern

Hurricane Florence ripped through portions of Eastern North Carolina, dumping historic rainfall on Craven County. Thousands of homes were flooded.

Posted in Craven County Schools, Education, Hurricane, New Bern

With an estimated 7,000 houses damaged or destroyed in Craven County by Hurricane Florence, attention has shifted from surviving the

Posted in Craven County, Hurricane, New Bern

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