Monday is the deadline for North Carolina residents affected by Hurricane Matthew to register for federal assistance.
The storm caused millions of dollars in damages, disrupted power region-wide and left many without a place to live.
Residents who were impacted by Matthew and are eligible for federal aid have until Tuesday, Jan. 3, 2017, to file their applications.
The Canal has been closed since October due to extensive damage from Hurricane Matthew.
A newly released transcript of communications between captain and crew aboard El Faro shows their desperate final moments.
A 66-inch pipe broke following Hurricane Matthew in October, causing a sinkhole to form on Route 58.
Residents displaced after Hurricane Matthew are frustrated by having to move from hotel to hotel.
he Small Business Administration has approved disaster loans for businesses affected by Hurricane Matthew.
FEMA is opening a disaster recovery center on Monday to help residents and businesses impacted by Hurricane Matthew register for aid.
The U.S. Small Business Administration added more Virginia cities and counties impacted by Hurricane Matthew to a disaster declaration.
Governor McAuliffe has announced that President Barack Obama has added Suffolk, Portsmouth and Hampton to the IA disaster declaration.
The Disaster Survivor Assistance Team (DSAT) will return to Hatteras Island beginning today through Wednesday, November 23.
The deadline for North Carolina residents to register with FEMA for aid has been extended from Dec. 9 to Jan. 9.
FEMA says if at first you do get denied, don’t toss the letter. You have the right to appeal.
Several agencies are continuing to collect children’s books for schools or libraries in eastern North Carolina damaged by Hurricane Matthew.