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PCS visits Ocracoke, gives donation to school

Pender County Schools got the chance to make a special visit to Ocracoke Monday.

Pender raises almost $6,000 for Ocracoke School damaged in hurricane

Following Hurricane Dorian, the Ocracoke community suffered similar hardships. Pender County Schools wanted to help, organizing the Pay It Forward, Pender fundraiser.

North Carolina ferry schedule set for Ocracoke storm aid

The North Carolina Ferry Division is adjusting its Ocracoke ferry schedule in light of efforts to bring aid to the hurricane-ravaged island.

NC officials aim to reopen Ocracoke highway by Thanksgiving

The North Carolina Department of Transportation aims to reopen the only highway on Ocracoke Island in time for Thanksgiving.

Cooper, Cabinet members check on NC barrier island recovery

The barrier island that suffered the most damage from Hurricane Dorian in North Carolina is getting another visit from Gov. Roy Cooper.

Dorian-flooded NC school to get iPads for displaced students

North Carolina's top education official says the state will send hundreds of iPads to students and teachers on an island damaged by Hurricane Dorian.

Governor Cooper requests additional disaster declaration for Individual Assistance after Dorian

On Saturday Governor Roy Cooper sent an additional request to President Trump for federal assistance to North Carolina residents who are hurting from Hurricane Dorian. The request asks for Individual Assistance for Carteret, Dare, Hyde and New Hanover counties and adds Jones County to the list of requested counties to receive Public Assistance.

OBX gets help from the Cape Fear region

While Hurricane Dorian gave us a glancing blow, it battered the Outer Banks causing major damage to homes along the barrier islands.

Hurricane Dorian makes first US landfall over Cape Hatteras

Hurricane Dorian howled over North Carolina's Outer Banks on Friday — a much weaker but still dangerous version of the storm that wreaked havoc in the Bahamas — flooding homes in the low-lying ribbon of islands and throwing a scare into year-round residents who chose to tough it out.

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