When the kid is getting on your nerves…go to town! Dad almost rules in this video!
When Cassidy the kitten was found in Langley, Canada, he had been struggling for nine weeks to survive in the wilderness without the help of his hind legs. The property owner who rescued Cassidy called Shelly Roche at TinyKittens, a feline welfare service, who brought him in for much-needed treatment at the Mountain View Veterinary […]
It’s been raining the last few days in Greenville and some areas are already starting to see some flooding. The ground is saturated, and the river water is rising, so the Greenville Public Works crew took to the streets to clean up. There were 24 workers going around town to clean out debris from the […]
Beaufort County emergency managers are working around the clock to make sure their residents are prepared for Hurricane Joaquin’s impact. Even though Hurricane Joaquin has stayed to the east of Beaufort County so far, folks at the emergency operation center say they won’t rest easy until they pass out of the cone of uncertainty. “Our […]
A mandatory evacuation of Ocracoke Island was ordered Thursday by the Hyde County Board of Commissioners during an emergency meeting. The meeting was held after the N.C. Ferry Division’s recent information regarding rising water in the Pamlico Sound, which separates mainland Hyde County from Ocracoke Island. Ferry service could be disrupted between the two areas […]
Gov. Pat McCrory has declared a state of emergency for all 100 counties. The state of emergency is not only for the possible arrival of Hurricane Joaquin but also for the significant rain that’s been falling over most of the state. Rain is expected to fall in the Eastern North Carolina area for the rest […]
Hurricane Joaquin was 80 miles east of San Salvador in the Central Bahamas as of 11 a.m. Thursday.
Hurricane Joaquin on track to sweep past the North Carolina Coast. Now’s the time to prepare for the storm!