DURHAM — In a release Wednesday, the state of North Carolina and the Federal Emergency Management Agency has reimbursed another $2.3 million to Carteret County for Hurricane Florence storm debris cleanup.
MOREHEAD CITY — It was all about being prepared for the next hurricane and how to get help with recovery Saturday during the first Hurricane Preparedness and Recovery Expo at the Crystal Coast Civic Center.
MOREHEAD CITY — Coastal residents shouldn’t focus solely on a hurricane’s category, but need to remain alert all throughout hurricane season and remember it only takes one hurricane to change a person’s life.
Update, 8 a.m. Friday - The National Weather Service' local office in Newport issued a new briefing at 5 a.m. Friday. Local meteorologists are now forecasting a moderate risk of severe thunderstorms for portions of eastern North Carolina.
Updated: 5 a.m., Tuesday, April 2.
NEWPORT — A late winter cold snap resulted in a rain and snow mix for western Carteret County Tuesday morning.
NEWPORT — With a hurricane making landfall last September, it may come as no surprise to some that 2018 is now Carteret County’s wettest year on record with the National Weather Service.
BEAUFORT — The N.C. Conference of the United Methodist Church is hiring six people to fill positions for a county disaster recovery center to help families rebuild homes damaged by Hurricane Florence.
MOREHEAD CITY — Despite extensive damage to its new thrift store and pet adoption center, one animal welfare group is continuing to hand out food and pet supplies to families affected by Hurricane Florence.