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N.C. 4th of July Festival committee rethinks plans with Covid-19 restrictions still in effect

The N.C. 4th of July Committee is looking to once again alter plans as some Covid-19 restrictions are still in effect....

UNCW achieves vaccination approval, eager to offer students shots

UNCW will soon establish a Covid-19 vaccination clinic at the Burney Center on campus. University officials said the clinic will open...
WAVE transit faces financial challenges. Now, the county is preparing to walk away from its funding of public transportation. (Port City Daily photo / File)

Cape Fear Clinic offers vaccines to Wave drivers, who shuttle people to appointments of their own

WAVE drivers were previously tasked with driving individuals to Covid-19 vaccination appointments. Cape Fear Clinic has extended vaccination appointments to drivers...

One-third of New Hanover County PreK-12, childcare workers to receive Covid-19 vaccines Wednesday

A Sunset Park Elementary teacher helps a child. (Port City Daily photo/Alexandria Sands) NEW HANOVER COUNTY – Within...

Extreme weather disrupts vaccine shipping channels: Pender County left without expected doses

Ocean Ridge Plantation in Brunswick County withstood extreme damage from weather this week. The nationwide storms have left some counties in...

With supply still shaky, New Hanover’s guaranteed allotment of vaccine is far below its capacity to give the life-saving shots [Free]

Vaccinations proceed for healthcare workers and people ages 65 and older at New Hanover County's MLK Jr. Community Center. The county...

County’s vaccination totals are higher than what state data indicate, spokesperson says

Residents wait at the New Hanover County Senior Resource Center for a Covid-19 vaccine. Although the state indicates around 23,000 first...
Pender County is looking to drill three wells at a cost of $375,000 to increase water supply in the Hampstead are by roughly 67 percent. The area is currently supplied by two water tanks; one, pictured, is just north of Topsail Middle School. (Port City Daily photo/Mark Darrough)

Pender County dealing with Covid-19 case data backlog as vaccine demand outpaces supply [Free]

Pender County health officials are working to catch-up with data entry, after a backlog of Covid-19 cases built up within the...

New Hanover County moves to ‘orange’ zone, Cooper urges North Carolinians to take precautions this Christmas [Free]

New Hanover County has moved from the "yellow" to the “orange” zone, signaling that the current state of Covid-19 in the...
Cathy Peterson stands on the back porch of her home on Moores Creek, which flows into the Black River, in Currie, North Carolina (Wednesday, September 19, 2018). "I've never seen anything like this in 25 years living here," Peterson said. (Port City Daily photo | Mark Darrough)

Trillium Health to provide crisis counselors for Florence victims across eastern North Carolina

EASTERN NORTH CAROLINA ---  Through funding from FEMA, health provider Trillium Health Resources will employ 62 crisis counselors across eastern North Carolina to visit...