Results found for hurricane matthew | Beaufort County Now

Your source for all Beaufort County, and Washington, North Carolina Events, Issues, Business, News and Information, Government, Politics, People, and Arts. Everything a tourist, and others alike need. bcn, beaufort county, nc, north carolina, now, beaufortcountynow, washington, washington nc, washington north carolina,events, articles, business, photos, news, classifieds, crime reports, government
Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

173 Results found for hurricane matthew

[ Search Users ] [ Search Calendar Events ]

Title   Description   Keywords   Content   Exact
 

Outside consultants can get a bad rap. Often they deserve it. They might recommend cookie-cutter solutions to problems while failing to account for important, unique local factors.
Outside consultants can get a bad rap. Often they deserve it. They might recommend cookie-cutter solutions to problems while failing to account for important, unique local factors.
 
Jones County residents are still feeling the effects of recent hurricanes. At least one of the countyís three towns remains flooded, and two of its six schools were condemned.
Jones County residents are still feeling the effects of recent hurricanes. At least one of the countyís three towns remains flooded, and two of its six schools were condemned.
 
Today, Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC) joined leaders at the N.C. General Assembly to discuss the state administrationís slow pace of federal assistance to the victims of Hurricane Matthew.
Today, Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC) joined leaders at the N.C. General Assembly to discuss the state administrationís slow pace of federal assistance to the victims of Hurricane Matthew.
 
Sadie Weiner, Communications Director for Governor Roy Cooper, shared the following statement after Senator Thom Tillis and Republican legislative leaders' disaster recovery press conference today
Sadie Weiner, Communications Director for Governor Roy Cooper, shared the following statement after Senator Thom Tillis and Republican legislative leaders' disaster recovery press conference today
 
Yesterday, Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC) joined leaders at the N.C. General Assembly to discuss the state administrationís slow pace of federal assistance to the victims of Hurricane Matthew
Yesterday, Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC) joined leaders at the N.C. General Assembly to discuss the state administrationís slow pace of federal assistance to the victims of Hurricane Matthew
 
A new video released today by the office of Senator Thom Tillis highlights the stories of North Carolinians still trying to get their lives back to normal nearly three years after Hurricane Matthew caused historic flooding damage.
A new video released today by the office of Senator Thom Tillis highlights the stories of North Carolinians still trying to get their lives back to normal nearly three years after Hurricane Matthew caused historic flooding damage.
 
Governor Roy Cooper today announced that the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development has designated Bladen and Columbus counties as among the Most Impacted and Distressed (MID) areas that were impacted by Hurricane Matthew.
Governor Roy Cooper today announced that the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development has designated Bladen and Columbus counties as among the Most Impacted and Distressed (MID) areas that were impacted by Hurricane Matthew.
 
Expect continuing partisan shots as Republican legislators and Democratic Gov. Roy Cooperís administration haggle over state governmentís response to Hurricane Matthew.
Expect continuing partisan shots as Republican legislators and Democratic Gov. Roy Cooperís administration haggle over state governmentís response to Hurricane Matthew.
 
Nearly three years have elapsed since Hurricane Matthew struck North Carolina. Matthew dumped more than a foot of rain and killed twenty-one people while forcing thousands to evacuate their homes.
Nearly three years have elapsed since Hurricane Matthew struck North Carolina. Matthew dumped more than a foot of rain and killed twenty-one people while forcing thousands to evacuate their homes.
 
As a young boy I remember hearing the stories about that first Thanksgiving, when the Pilgrims and Indians feasted together
As a young boy I remember hearing the stories about that first Thanksgiving, when the Pilgrims and Indians feasted together
 
The devastation of two hurricanes in two years has very much been in the news in North Carolina
The devastation of two hurricanes in two years has very much been in the news in North Carolina
 
The General Assemblyís newly created subcommittees to investigate the pace of spending on recovery efforts for Hurricane Matthew and the unusual side fund negotiated by the Cooper administration with the operation of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline are complete
The General Assemblyís newly created subcommittees to investigate the pace of spending on recovery efforts for Hurricane Matthew and the unusual side fund negotiated by the Cooper administration with the operation of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline are complete
 
To encourage North Carolinians to prepare for the upcoming hurricane season, Governor Roy Cooper today proclaimed May 13-19, 2018 as Hurricane Preparedness Week
To encourage North Carolinians to prepare for the upcoming hurricane season, Governor Roy Cooper today proclaimed May 13-19, 2018 as Hurricane Preparedness Week
 
Lawmakers remain frustrated over the slow pace of disaster relief after Hurricane Matthew devastated southeastern parts of the state more than 1.5 years ago
Lawmakers remain frustrated over the slow pace of disaster relief after Hurricane Matthew devastated southeastern parts of the state more than 1.5 years ago
 
Nick Burk, assistant director of the N.C. Emergency Management Division's Resiliency Section, faced a barrage of questions from representatives frustrated over the slow rollout of disaster relief for Hurricane Matthew
Nick Burk, assistant director of the N.C. Emergency Management Division's Resiliency Section, faced a barrage of questions from representatives frustrated over the slow rollout of disaster relief for Hurricane Matthew
 
Today, North Carolina Senators Thom Tillis and Richard Burr announced that North Carolina has been awarded an additional $189 million to go towards Hurricane Matthew recovery
Today, North Carolina Senators Thom Tillis and Richard Burr announced that North Carolina has been awarded an additional $189 million to go towards Hurricane Matthew recovery
 
Today, U.S. Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC) voted in favor of the Senate's two-year budget agreement that provides increased defense funding and $125 million in additional funding for North Carolina's Hurricane Matthew relief efforts
Today, U.S. Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC) voted in favor of the Senate's two-year budget agreement that provides increased defense funding and $125 million in additional funding for North Carolina's Hurricane Matthew relief efforts
 
Today, North Carolina Senators Thom Tillis and Richard Burr announced that the Senate's two-year budget agreement will allow North Carolina to be eligible for more than $125 million in additional federal assistance for North Carolina's long-term Hurricane Matthew recovery efforts
Today, North Carolina Senators Thom Tillis and Richard Burr announced that the Senate's two-year budget agreement will allow North Carolina to be eligible for more than $125 million in additional federal assistance for North Carolina's long-term Hurricane Matthew recovery efforts
 
Governor Roy Cooper today applauded the U.S. House of Representatives for approving a disaster relief bill that could result in millions of dollars more for Hurricane Matthew recovery in North Carolina
Governor Roy Cooper today applauded the U.S. House of Representatives for approving a disaster relief bill that could result in millions of dollars more for Hurricane Matthew recovery in North Carolina
 
Today, Governor Cooper announced that residents of Cumberland, Edgecombe, Robeson and Wayne counties can now call 2-1-1 to schedule an appointment at a Hurricane Matthew Housing Application Center
Today, Governor Cooper announced that residents of Cumberland, Edgecombe, Robeson and Wayne counties can now call 2-1-1 to schedule an appointment at a Hurricane Matthew Housing Application Center
 
Hurricane Matthew survivors whose homes were damaged by the storm can apply for additional financial help starting later this month
Hurricane Matthew survivors whose homes were damaged by the storm can apply for additional financial help starting later this month
 
After widespread devastation from Hurricane Matthew, North Carolina is using experts to study the Cashie, Lumber, Neuse and Tar rivers to help prevent future flooding, Governor Roy Cooper announced today
After widespread devastation from Hurricane Matthew, North Carolina is using experts to study the Cashie, Lumber, Neuse and Tar rivers to help prevent future flooding, Governor Roy Cooper announced today
 
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, Governor Roy Cooper announced today
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, Governor Roy Cooper announced today
 
Small businesses affected by Hurricane Matthew should apply now for $15 million in financing from the North Carolina Department of Commerce and nonprofit lenders, Governor Roy Cooper encouraged business owners today
Small businesses affected by Hurricane Matthew should apply now for $15 million in financing from the North Carolina Department of Commerce and nonprofit lenders, Governor Roy Cooper encouraged business owners today
 
Governor Roy Cooper, First Lady Kristin Cooper and cabinet secretaries will join volunteers to mark Hurricane Matthew's one-year anniversary with a day of service on Saturday, October 7 at 9:00 a.m.
Governor Roy Cooper, First Lady Kristin Cooper and cabinet secretaries will join volunteers to mark Hurricane Matthew's one-year anniversary with a day of service on Saturday, October 7 at 9:00 a.m.
 
Governor Roy Cooper today welcomed dozens of members of swift water rescue teams from across North Carolina to the Executive Mansion and thanked them for their service during Hurricane Matthew
Governor Roy Cooper today welcomed dozens of members of swift water rescue teams from across North Carolina to the Executive Mansion and thanked them for their service during Hurricane Matthew
 
Approaching the one year anniversary of Hurricane Matthew's landfall in North Carolina, the Golden LEAF Board of Directors authorized grants to the County of Dare and the Ocracoke Foundation of Hyde County yesterday, Thursday, Oct. 5, 2017
Approaching the one year anniversary of Hurricane Matthew's landfall in North Carolina, the Golden LEAF Board of Directors authorized grants to the County of Dare and the Ocracoke Foundation of Hyde County yesterday, Thursday, Oct. 5, 2017
 
Nearly one year after Hurricane Matthew displaced thousands of families and damaged or destroyed thousands of homes, North Carolina continues working to help survivors and communities rebuild, with more help needed for full recovery
Nearly one year after Hurricane Matthew displaced thousands of families and damaged or destroyed thousands of homes, North Carolina continues working to help survivors and communities rebuild, with more help needed for full recovery
 
Small businesses and workers in areas impacted by Hurricane Matthew will get more help to recover thanks to two programs, Governor Roy Cooper announced today
Small businesses and workers in areas impacted by Hurricane Matthew will get more help to recover thanks to two programs, Governor Roy Cooper announced today
 
Hurricane Irma and its aftermath have resulted in one North Carolina death
 
Gov. Roy Cooper has declared a state of emergency in North Carolina to include all 100 counties in anticipation of Hurricane Irma
Gov. Roy Cooper has declared a state of emergency in North Carolina to include all 100 counties in anticipation of Hurricane Irma
 
Dozens of North Carolina counties hit by Hurricane Matthew will soon be able to receive additional state disaster funds needed to fix or replace their water and sewer systems, Governor Roy Cooper announced today
Dozens of North Carolina counties hit by Hurricane Matthew will soon be able to receive additional state disaster funds needed to fix or replace their water and sewer systems, Governor Roy Cooper announced today
 
North Carolina is ready for the next potential hurricane even as the state continues efforts to recover from Hurricane Matthew, Governor Roy Cooper said today during a national hurricane briefing with President Donald Trump and other federal officials
North Carolina is ready for the next potential hurricane even as the state continues efforts to recover from Hurricane Matthew, Governor Roy Cooper said today during a national hurricane briefing with President Donald Trump and other federal officials
 
The 2017 legislative long session is over. Kind of. In the wee hours of June 30, on the eve of the new fiscal year, the General Assembly adjourned, only to schedule encore sessions in August and September
The 2017 legislative long session is over. Kind of. In the wee hours of June 30, on the eve of the new fiscal year, the General Assembly adjourned, only to schedule encore sessions in August and September
 
Nonprofits operating in 13 hard-hit North Carolina counties will get $810,000 to help volunteers rebuild homes damaged by Hurricane Matthew, Governor Roy Cooper said today during a visit to Robeson and Columbus counties
Nonprofits operating in 13 hard-hit North Carolina counties will get $810,000 to help volunteers rebuild homes damaged by Hurricane Matthew, Governor Roy Cooper said today during a visit to Robeson and Columbus counties
 
Governor Roy Cooper encouraged continued collaboration to secure additional federal funding for Hurricane Matthew recovery in a meeting held yesterday with members of North Carolina's Congressional Delegation
Governor Roy Cooper encouraged continued collaboration to secure additional federal funding for Hurricane Matthew recovery in a meeting held yesterday with members of North Carolina's Congressional Delegation
 
Given today's media reports on the $6 million in federal funds appropriated to North Carolina to assist with Hurricane Matthew recovery efforts, I thought it would be helpful to also provide figures on the federal dollars that have already been allocated to North Carolina to assist Hurricane Matthew
Given today's media reports on the $6 million in federal funds appropriated to North Carolina to assist with Hurricane Matthew recovery efforts, I thought it would be helpful to also provide figures on the federal dollars that have already been allocated to North Carolina to assist Hurricane Matthew
 
Governor Cooper today expressed his disappointment in the Trump Administration and Congressional leadership after they failed to fulfill North Carolina's funding request for Hurricane Matthew recovery
Governor Cooper today expressed his disappointment in the Trump Administration and Congressional leadership after they failed to fulfill North Carolina's funding request for Hurricane Matthew recovery
 
While floodwaters are beginning to recede in Goldsboro, Tarboro and Greenville, conditions in Kinston will continue to worsen through tomorrow, Governor Roy Cooper cautioned this morning
While floodwaters are beginning to recede in Goldsboro, Tarboro and Greenville, conditions in Kinston will continue to worsen through tomorrow, Governor Roy Cooper cautioned this morning
 
Governor Roy Cooper met with Wayne County leaders today to discuss efforts to help families and communities recover from Hurricane Matthew and to learn more about ongoing needs
Governor Roy Cooper met with Wayne County leaders today to discuss efforts to help families and communities recover from Hurricane Matthew and to learn more about ongoing needs
 
Governor Roy Cooper today met with Robeson County leaders to urge progress in programs that help families and communities recover from Hurricane Matthew.
Governor Roy Cooper today met with Robeson County leaders to urge progress in programs that help families and communities recover from Hurricane Matthew.
 
Newer     Older »     

HbAD0

 
Back to Top