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Erica Biggs 16h
It’s looking more and more like a house. ❤️
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BuildFax Jun 7
Maintenance activity in North Carolina increased 3.09% in April, indicating the tail end of Hurricane Florence recovery. More:
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North Carolina Healthcare Association Jun 14
facts: Hospitals rely on profitable services to reinvest in their communities and provide essential healthcare services, like . Remember ?
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Union of Concerned Scientists 24h
Lessons of past hurricanes, including , highlight the need to reauthorize a strong National Flood Insurance Program. The NFIP was established 50 years ago and designed to help reduce overall flood risk in communities.
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U.S. Dept of Defense Dec 31
Top posts of 2018, #2. We showed how and prepared to provide aid and assistance as hit the .
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Bruce Stansel 7h
Replying to @Stacia_Strong @WITN
Get ready? Still working on getting recovered from 😒
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Motorola Solutions Jun 14
During , a call came in from a family trapped in their home by rising flood waters. detectives answered the call and were unable to get close due to the rising floodwaters. Watch their story unfold:
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Maggie Rollison Jun 14
Yesterday marked the end to the school year. Today, we started preparing for renovations🤯 The theme for 2019-2020 will be !
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Nathan Foy May 3
has just been upgraded to 150mph in the National Hurricane Center's report...sounds too high to me, how about you?
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NC Emergency Managem Jun 2
Latest recovery updates from .
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Darrell "Preacherman" West🌊🌊🌊 Mar 4
Donald Trump want FEMA to give Alabama a A Plus treatment. But having done nothing for those people in who lost 3.4 million of their animals doing .
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Harrison Mantas 13h
Just made it with and . We'll be here the next few days talking to communities hit hardest by and
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The Sunday Supper Feb 27
Eastern NC businesses in food, farming and fishing could be eligible for grants from our fund. Visit our website to see if you’re eligible for recovery!
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New Hanover County Jun 13
Chairman is participating in this morning’s Power Breakfast, talking about our community’s resilience after & the county’s great work to prepare & plan for the future.
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Christine Harmon Jun 14
This was our second attempt at creating a castle, as the first one was built a little too close to the water and was swept away. 😳Always persevere and rebuild, but be smart about it!! 🌊🙌🏻 . .
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Marine Corps Installations Command Jun 9
An Awful Feeling One month after evacuating due to , this family returned home to a completely changed place. Watch Part 2 of Sgt. Cody Lemons’ story and check back tomorrow for the final part. ( video by Sgt. Cody Lemons)
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American Red Cross Mar 13
We love celebrating like youth volunteer Andrew Cave who dropped everything to help evacuees at a Red Cross shelter on his college campus last year.
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FEMA Region 4 May 17
NC: Survivors of with unmet needs can call the NC Individual Assistance Helpline at 919-825-2378. Each situation is unique, and Disaster Case Managers can help you make a long-term recovery plan. Email DCMNC@Endeavors.org to reach a service provider.
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Santorini Boo May 11
Replying to @Shareblue
brothers & sisters who are still suffering from , please remember this at election time!
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Hearts of Heroes May 9
As flooded the Carolinas, animal rescuer Mike Stura teamed up with local police from to help save cows trapped by the rising waters! Don't miss the heroic story on Saturday's .
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