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Even though the news has moved on, we’re still working in areas. As you gather with your family this holiday season, please remember those whose homes were destroyed by and and consider helping our cause:
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Onslow County 2h
Onslow County is hosting an After Action meeting with our community partners to discuss how we can work together using all available resources to better help our citizens before, during, and after a major storm event.
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ncprobono 51m
Replying to @ncprobono
It's been a busy few months for us as we work to coordinate pro bono efforts in the wake of
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bad nana 38m
Man dies from bacterial infection after Hurricane Florence
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Working Films 19h
survivors and advocates will gather in Wilmington, NC on 1/26 to share lessons learned and make plans for in our region. Join us and partners from across the state. Register here by...
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Virginia IPL 48m
"The environmental damage that caused in NC showed us what will happen to these ponds if we don’t act now.” on closing ponds in watershed via
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Veronica Williams Jan 17
Driving through my neighborhood in I see all the roofers repairing damages from and they remind me of the chimney sweeps from - I wonder if they ever break out in song and dance? That would be so cool! Chim Chim Cher-ee ...
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Tony McEwen 22h
Legislative lunch where Supt. Markley discusses a slide showing a steep increase in student population post That total is over double what it was prior to the storm. In schools that increase is well beyond double.
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Life after Florence Jan 14
Today is 4 months since hit. Which is worse, physically recovery or mental recovery?
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Phillip Lee Dabney Jan 9
Picture this situation and yes something that didn’t happen why do I care. Is the most confusing question I have ever heard. Google CME is now aware of (two) events CME right
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ArmyMichigan Jan 14
A U.S. Army Soldier cuts through a guard rail using a exothermic cutting torch. The U.S. Army assisted in the recovery efforts from Hurricane Florence. The guard rail was twisted when the road under it was washed out by the storm. , .
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Donald J. Trump 11h
People should not going on Trade Deals are no evidence of Georgia. Be SAFE!
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Houston HOME Coalition Jan 16
HOME partners sat down with North Carolina groups today to talk through relief and recovery efforts.
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Debbie McKiver Jan 10
After refusing quotes from two liscensed contractors, continues to take advantage of the elderly 😠 Damage due to
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Wake County Democratic Veterans Jan 15
Replying to @DanForestNC @USCG
. is a major supporter of the . He claims to support NC farmers, veterans, and our first responders. Farmers aren't receiving their AG payments, recovery is slowing down, and the isn't being paid.
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Carolina Parent 21h
Bravo! National Charity League Mother-Daughter Teams Host Food and Supply Drive for Victims
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Catholic Charities Jan 14
*Alert* Thursday is the deadline for the STEP Program. Homeowners in one of the eligible counties who registered with FEMA, may be approved for the STEP program which provides basic repairs to homes. Visit for more info.
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GavMacgregor-Skinner Jan 16
Actual Recovery Just Beginning 5 Months After . Tens of 1,000s of homes across Eastern North Carolina were damaged by and five months later, many have not been stripped to the studs so they can dry out and be rebuilt.
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Houston HOME Coalition Jan 16
HOME partners sat down with Blueprint North Carolina and other recovery advocates about the FEMA process and what to look out for.
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Roger Bell New Tech Academy Jan 10
really wreaked havoc on our schedule this year, and FINALLY started this week! Today the yoga club watched some for some inspiration with creating their…
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