Cooper prohibits utility disconnections in the wake of COVID-19

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From our news sources Raleigh--Cooper today ordered utilities to give residential customers at least six months to pay outstanding bills and prohibits them from collecting...

Variety Store to set special early hours for COVID-19 high-risk people

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By Connie Leinbach Tomorrow, Saturday, May 16, the day visitors are welcomed back to the island, island businesses are getting ready for the season. The Ocracoke...

New state grant program accepting applications to help businesses, nonprofits hurt...

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To catch up on Ocracoke news and much more, click here RALEIGH--Businesses and nonprofit organizations in North Carolina that have experienced interruption due to the...

Virus numbers decreasing; governor eases some restrictions

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From our news sources With COVID-19 numbers decreasing in North Carolina, Gov. Roy Cooper on Wednesday eased some restrictions. Cooper lifted the Modified Stay at Home...

State extends prohibitions on evictions, utility cut-offs

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RALEIGH--Gov. Roy Cooper on Friday extended the prohibition of utility shut-offs and implemented a moratorium on evictions. Executive order No. 142, in response to the...

Hyde County Health Department updates on COVID-19

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The following is from the Hyde County Health Department The news keeps us flooded with COVID-19 information, but this press release is specific to Hyde...

Hyde schools to return to in-person learning

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By Connie Leinbach Following Gov. Roy Cooper’s call Tuesday afternoon for public schools to reopen, the Hyde County Board of Education voted Tuesday night to...

Cooper loosens unemployment restrictions

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From our news services Raleigh—Gov. Roy Cooper today issued an executive order that will establish flexible work search requirements to help bridge the employment gap...

Rising COVID-19 cases in Hyde County expected to continue

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By Connie Leinbach Hyde County continues to be in the heat of the COVID-19 pandemic. “I believe each day is going to be just more or...

Hyde County Health says no coronavirus cases in the county

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As of 10 a.m. today (March 27), Hyde County has NO confirmed cases of the virus, the Hyde County Health Department said in a press...