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ECU professor part of $16 million grant to study resiliency of coastal communities
ECU professor part of $16 million grant to study resiliency of coastal communities
 
Governor Pat McCrory's request for a federal disaster declaration in anticipation of damages caused by Hurricane Matthew has been approved for 66 counties in central and eastern North Carolina by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).
Governor Pat McCrory's request for a federal disaster declaration in anticipation of damages caused by Hurricane Matthew has been approved for 66 counties in central and eastern North Carolina by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).
 
While the storm track of Hurricane Matthew has shifted to the east over the last few hours, Governor Pat McCrory is still urging North Carolinians and visitors to monitor the storm and closely follow any evacuation orders from local authorities.
While the storm track of Hurricane Matthew has shifted to the east over the last few hours, Governor Pat McCrory is still urging North Carolinians and visitors to monitor the storm and closely follow any evacuation orders from local authorities.
 
Water, water everywhere and the cradle of much of North Carolina's rich history.
 
Water, water everywhere and the cradle of much of North Carolina's rich history.
 
As it grows colder, and as we step gingerly into winter, I recall one of the hottest days of the summer, when I explored the counties of Pender, New Hanover, and Brunswick.
As it grows colder, and as we step gingerly into winter, I recall one of the hottest days of the summer, when I explored the counties of Pender, New Hanover, and Brunswick.
 
If predictions of more than three feet of rising sea levels by 2100 have you ready to flee from your beach house, a leading climate scientist might be ready to take your place on the North Carolina coast. He explains why in a new John Locke Foundation Spotlight report.
If predictions of more than three feet of rising sea levels by 2100 have you ready to flee from your beach house, a leading climate scientist might be ready to take your place on the North Carolina coast. He explains why in a new John Locke Foundation Spotlight report.
 
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