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Shirley Steele

Pender Health Dept. promotes Steele

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A Pender County Health Department worker who has been in the middle of several controversies within the department has a new job title. Full story...
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Pender Co. Commissioner Brown: 'Health Board is on the right track'

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video The Pender County Health Department seems to be having a tough time getting things together. WWAY sat down with County Commissioner and Health Board member George Brown to discuss the controversy surrounding county employee Shirley Steele and other issues. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: Pender Co. employee charged for released personnel records

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A Pender County employee has been charged with releasing confidential personnel records to the media. The Pender County Sheriff's Office charged James Thomas Bellizzi a class 3 misdemeanor. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: Pender Co. Sheriff investigating leak of personnel file

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In response to the recent disclosure of confidential personnel information regarding Shirley Steele, the Pender County Sheriff's Department has been asked to investigate the unlawful disclosure and bring appropriate criminal charges against the person or persons responsible. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Leaked personnel file shows dysfunction inside Pender Co. Health Dept.

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video The Pender County Health Department and Board of Health are in the midst of turbulent times. They can't find a permanent health director. Many of the board members have resigned in protest over personality conflicts. Now we're finding out just how dysfunctional the department has been the last 18 months. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: Pender County Health Director calls out County Commissioners in open letter

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video I’m in receipt of E-Mails sent out by David Williams and George Brown that attack the BOH and me. The emails are direct attacks on the BOH, personally and professionally, and suggest that somehow the health director is “running Pender County.” Full story...
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