The rain from Hurricane Matthew has caused problems all over Hampton Roads and North Carolina.
County officials say they’ve experienced problems with a previously advertised information line, and have changed the number to 252-926-4368…
The rain from Hurricane Matthew caused problems all over Hampton Roads and North Carolina, including many road closures.
Two people died in a submerged vehicle in Clarkton Saturday according to Bladen County Officials.
City officials throughout Hampton Roads say they are preparing for Hurricane Matthew’s impact.
Windsor officials say their preparations for Hurricane Matthew began three days ago.
It is fitting that uncertainty is the best term to describe how locals and tourists feel about the weekend’s weather.
The man was identified as Donald G. Davis, Jr. of Bridgeton, New Jersey.
Officials in Elizabeth City, Pasquotank and Camden counties have declared a state of emergency, which will go in effect at 12 a.m. Saturday.
Hurricane Matthew is taking a toll on travel across the country.
There were people inside the building when the fire started, but no one was injured.
A good chunk of the Outer Banks isn’t even under the cone of uncertainty, but it’s not out of the woods.
Governor Pat McCrory declared a state of emergency for all North Carolina counties Thursday afternoon.
A Verizon spokesperson said the outages were restored at 5:05 p.m. Thursday.
Amtrak has suspended service in the southeast region, and both VDOT and NCDOT say they are monitoring weather conditions.