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Storm clean up is well underway, but burn bans are still in effect in New Hanover and Brunswick counties. The bans are in place indefinitely, until crews can get out to clean up the debris.
One church community will not let Florence rain on their parade. The Wrightsville Beach Baptist Church held their Sunday service at a special spot today.
Governor Cooper says there are a lot of areas of concern regarding coal ash and that the rules need to be revamped.
North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper rallied around the Cape Fear communities Saturday. He says they are still in the search and rescue phase, and that they have a long road ahead.
The Cape Fear region is improving day by day, but lots of people continue to struggle silently. That's why faith-based organizations like Lifepoint and the Wilmington Dream Center are working with meal donation groups to reach every part of the community.
New Hanover County has established a “Donations Hub” to facilitate ways for individuals and organizations to donate supplies and volunteer to assist in hurricane recovery efforts in our community.
New Hanover County officials say Thursday is their last official press conference. With the improvement throughout the county, the curfew has been suspended as of Thursday.
Allstate Insurance is trying to make the claim process easier on residents with damage from Florence. Teams are stationed throughout North Carolina to help residents get help as soon as possible.