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Family faces more complications with FEMA

An update on a family who remains displaced from their Pender County home after Hurricane Florence.

Ocraoke gets $2 million in grants to help rebuild

An island on North Carolina's Outer Banks that was ravaged by a hurricane last year is getting $2 million in grants to help it rebuild.

Contractors to reinforce dune to protect Ocracoke road

Contractors will soon be placing sandbags along a stretch of N.C. 12 on North Carolina's Outer Banks to protect the road from getting washed out again.

Brunswick historic site to fully reopen following hurricanes and arson

Brunswick Town/Fort Anderson Historic site plans to open this weekend in time for the 155th anniversary of the fall of Fort Anderson.

Barrier island freed of 9,000 truckloads of Dorian wreckage

In the five months since Hurricane Dorian battered North Carolina's Outer Banks, workers have hauled away more than 9,000 dump truck loads of debris from a single island, and they're still not done.

Orton Plantation announces hurricane debris prescribed burn

Orton Plantation will conduct some small controlled burns in January and February.

Bladen County can now get federal aid for Hurricane Dorian

Two more North Carolina counties, including Bladen County, are eligible to apply for federal disaster assistance to supplement state and local Hurricane Dorian recovery efforts.

Road reopens on Ocracoke Island 3 months after Dorian

The North Carolina Department of Transportation announced Thursday that N.C. 12 on Ocracoke Island will reopen to all traffic, three months after Hurricane Dorian severely damaged the island and it's main road.

Historic US towns endured wars, storms. What about sea rise?

Historic cities and towns along the Southeastern U.S. coast have survived wars, hurricanes, disease outbreaks and other calamities, but now that sea levels are creeping up with no sign of stopping, they face a more existential crisis.

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