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Regulations continue to prevent advanced nurse practitioners from volunteering to care for sick or injured people in North Carolina.
Regulations continue to prevent advanced nurse practitioners from volunteering to care for sick or injured people in North Carolina.
 
Volunteers from AbbVie, a pharmaceutical company, partnered with Heart of America Foundation, a nonprofit dedicated to volunteer work and remodeling schools, to complete projects benefiting the community.
Volunteers from AbbVie, a pharmaceutical company, partnered with Heart of America Foundation, a nonprofit dedicated to volunteer work and remodeling schools, to complete projects benefiting the community.
 
Even when July 4th falls in the middle of a week you can count on fireworks displays, flags hanging, neighbors gathering for cookouts, watermelons being sliced and just maybe you might find someone cranking homemade ice cream
Even when July 4th falls in the middle of a week you can count on fireworks displays, flags hanging, neighbors gathering for cookouts, watermelons being sliced and just maybe you might find someone cranking homemade ice cream
 
In the days since Hurricane Matthew passed through eastern North Carolina, low-lying communities have been assessing storm damage and preparing for the slow rise of the region's rivers to levels that haven't been seen since Hurricane Floyd in 1999.
In the days since Hurricane Matthew passed through eastern North Carolina, low-lying communities have been assessing storm damage and preparing for the slow rise of the region's rivers to levels that haven't been seen since Hurricane Floyd in 1999.
 
The event is scheduled from 6 p.m. April 29 to 1 p.m. April 30 at Washington High School. The event brings together all those wanting to help fight cancer and find a cure.
The event is scheduled from 6 p.m. April 29 to 1 p.m. April 30 at Washington High School. The event brings together all those wanting to help fight cancer and find a cure.
 
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