Three communities in our area are part of two dozen locations that will receive funding to help maintain or improve services during a disaster or storm.
We've all heard an old wives tale once or twice, but what summer advice is truth and what's just made up? Dr. Sandra Carnahan with...
The threat of future floodwaters closing NC 210 in Bladen County will be diminished, thanks to a series of major culvert upgrades that will wind down this summer. That's according to a news release from the NC Department of Transportation.
A non-profit in the Cape Fear is looking to bring some comfort to hurricane survivors in the area.
The state House is reconstituting an oversight committee that will keep monitoring challenges state government has had in distributing federal long-term housing grants to hurricane victims in eastern North Carolina.
A man faces several charges in relation to a shooting that happened early Friday morning in Elizabethtown.
Excessive heat in May appears to have taken quite a toil on North Carolina's supply of blueberries.
As weather conditions improve in eastern North Carolina, the burn ban is expected to be lifted in eighteen counties.
If you've ever dreamed of being on TV, now's your chance, TW Cast and Recruit is looking for you! The production is in need of men and women, all ethnicities, of all ages to be paid background extras during the duration of filming.