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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

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

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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

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

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

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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

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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

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

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Approved counties: Currently nine North Carolina counties are approved for Direct Housing: Brunswick, Carteret, Columbus, Craven, Duplin, Jones, Onslow, Pender

Posted in FEMA, Housing, Hurricane, Infrastructure, New Bern

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Gov. Roy Cooper directed $25 million from the North Carolina Education Lottery Fund on Tuesday to speed repairs to K-12

Posted in Craven County Schools, Education, FEMA, Hurricane, New Bern, Politics, State news, State politics

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Craven County Schools will provide two information sessions for parents and community stakeholders to provide details regarding the process and

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Hurricane Michael could bring significant rain and wind to our area Thursday, according to National Hurricane Center projections. For an

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Tune in to Tuesday’s Board of Aldermen meeting, when officials with the New Bern Housing Authority will give an update

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NORTH CAROLINA HEALTH NEWS |  That’s the takeaway from a state-compiled list of the adults who died as a result

Posted in Community issues, Economy, Economy and Employment, Environment, FEMA, Health, Hurricane, State news, State politics

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LONGLEAF POLITICS | Hurricane Matthew struck eastern North Carolina on Oct. 9, 2016. A full 18 months later, some of the first

Posted in Economy, Economy and Employment, Environment, FEMA, Health, Housing, Hurricane, Infrastructure, Longleaf Politics, State news, State politics, Weather

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Analysis by the Environmental Finance Center compares water and sewer revenues with operation and maintenance costs. Gray dots show municipal

Posted in Carolina Public Press, Environment, Hurricane, Infrastructure, State news, State politics, Water, Weather

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Remember back in  2012, all the buzz about Craven Thirty? All that sweet, sweet new retail space, a multiplex theater,

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Craven County Partners In Education won a grant from Duke Energy for $4,500 for the STREAM Lab at Bridgeton Elementary.

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In an emergency called meeting of the Craven County Board of Education on Thursday, an appropriation of $3.5 million was

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Johnston County Hams, a Smithfield, N.C. establishment, is recalling approximately 89,096 pounds of ready-to-eat ham products that may be adulterated

Posted in Food, State news

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