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Dozens came out Monday night in Brunswick County to learn more about how to get help with hurricanes.
Governor Roy Cooper visited affected coastal areas again Monday and has directed North Carolina Emergency Management (NCEM) to continue efforts with state and local partners, including non-profits, to deliver recovery aid to North Carolinians in need.
FEMA has approved $41.5 million to reimburse North Carolina Emergency Management for emergency response activities during Hurricane Florence.
FEMA approved the State of North Carolina’s request for the Disaster Case Management program for use in the counties affected by the flooding that followed Hurricane Florence.
When river levels began rising following hurricane Matthew and Florence, it quickly became a potential very dangerous situation for many families in the Cape Fear.
A new email outreach effort from North Carolina Emergency Management is reaching homeowners who were impacted by Hurricane Matthew to encourage them to apply for housing recovery program assistance.
The footage showing destruction left by the weekend's tornadoes takes your breath away. State authorities have a plan for dealing with future natural disasters: FIT, short for FEMA Integration Team.
A group of North Carolina emergency managers left to Puerto Rico Friday morning to assist with recovery efforts after Hurricane Maria.
The town of Fair Bluff will receive $1.85 million to help rebuild homes damaged by Hurricane Matthew and improve the town’s water supply.
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