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New Hanover County HHS Board to consider revised rules for tattoos and piercings

The New Hanover County Health and Human Services Board will consider revisions to the New Hanover County rules governing body art, including tattoos and piercings, at its upcoming regular meeting.

County leaders make preparations as Coronavirus spreads to U.S.

As the deadly Coronavirus makes its way into the United States, county leaders in the Cape Fear are staying prepared in case the potentially deadly virus spreads to North Carolina.

Health board passes smoking, vaping ban in New Hanover County

Smoking and vaping could soon be banned in public places in New Hanover County. The Health and Human Services Board voted to pass a new rule Tuesday.

People voice mixed opinions on possible vaping ban

A new proposal suggests banning the use of e-cigarettes in any public place on New Hanover County property.

New Hanover County asks for input on possible e-cigarettes, tobacco ban

New Hanover County Health and Human Services Board will soon consider a plan than would prohibit e-cigarettes and tobacco use at county, city, and even public places.

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‘Do not interfere:’ Myrtle Beach says nesting sea turtles being scared away by people

"Do not interfere with sea turtles!" said the Myrtle Beach City Government on Friday.