Archives for October, 2018

Scott Mason gives Historical Society’s Lore Lecture on Nov. 11.   WRAL’s Scott Mason has been travelling throughout North Carolina

Posted in History, New Bern

Homeowners who have been impacted by Hurricane Florence have a valid “Natural Disaster” hardship. Due to this hardship, there may

Posted in Housing, Hurricane, New Bern

Girl Scouts from Washington State sent blankets and homemade cards for children in New Bern that were delivered to RCS

Posted in Hurricane

A dental office out of Durham brought smiles this week to the residents of a Red Cross shelter operating in

Posted in Hurricane, New Bern

Michelle Lee, Principal of Roger Bell New Tech Academy, has been selected as the 2018-19 Principal of the Year for

Posted in Craven County, Craven County Schools, New Bern Tagged with:

The City of New Bern will resume downtown parking enforcement on Monday, Oct. 29.  Enforcement operations were suspended during the

Posted in Hurricane, New Bern

The City of New Bern has announced a final pass for hurricane Florence debris pickup. All vegetative and construction demolition

Posted in Hurricane, New Bern

Partners In Education and Craven County Schools, Craven Smart Start and Newspapers In Education, are providing an opportunity for our

Posted in Craven County Schools, Education, New Bern

The impact of the 2018 tropical systems in North Carolina wasn’t confined to coastal areas. Near the state’s geographical center,

Posted in Craven County Schools, Education, Hurricane, State news, State politics

CITY  OF  NEW BERN 300 Pollock Street, P.O. Box 1129 New Bern, NC 28563-1129 (252) 636-4000   October 23, 2018

Posted in Board of Aldermen

Haywood County precinct Chief Judge Debbie Stamey interacts with David Cairnes as he presents his photo ID at the Canton

Posted in Elections

Early voting is underway. Election Day is Nov. 6. CRAVEN BOARD OF ELECTIONS CANDIDATE DETAIL LIST CRITERIA:  Election: 11/06/2018, Show

Posted in Politics

WHAT: Information session, “Working with the Division of Employment during a Disaster.” Presented by Lockhart Taylor, the Assistant Secretary for Employment

Posted in Business, Craven Community College, Economy and Employment, Hurricane, New Bern

The following schools are currently on normal hours for students, Friday Oct.12. ◦ Ben D. Quinn Elementary ◦ Bridgeton Elementary School ◦

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

Valley Fine Foods, a Forest City, N.C. establishment, is recalling approximately 35,516 pounds of heat-treated, not fully cooked meat and

Posted in Food, Health, New Bern

Due to the projected forecast of Hurricane Michael, Craven County Schools will be closed Thursday, Oct. 11 for students and

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

A tropical storm warning is in effect for New Bern and surrounding areas as Hurricane Michael is set to make

Posted in Craven County, Hurricane

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) is issuing food safety recommendations for those who

Posted in Food, Hurricane

The Board of Aldermen gave City Attorney Scott Davis direction to file a lawsuit if necessary that would permanently close

Posted in Aldermen, Beer, Board of Aldermen, Business, Crime, Mayor

Despite earlier obstacles, a storm-stricken New Bern Housing Authority appears headed toward buying acreage off of Carolina Avenue to build

Posted in Aldermen, Board of Aldermen, FEMA, Housing, Mayor, New Bern Housing Authority

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