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LIEAP (Low Income Energy Assistance) applications open up january 4th 2021

Beginning January 4th, 2021, households with low incomes may now begin applying for assistance with their energy costs through the LIEAP program. Up until December 31st, the program was open [ … ] Read More »

NC governor cooper issues exec order 184

Wednesday December 30th, 2020 Governor Roy Cooper extends the eviction moratorium for North Carolina until January 31st, 2021, as well as unemployment benefits for the first quarter of the year [ … ] Read More »


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COVID-19 NC County Alert Dashboard from the Dept. of Health and Human Services

The N.C. Dept. of Health and Human Services has a dashboard that can be viewed by state residents to help track current COVID numbers. They also have information on vaccines, [ … ] Read More »

Cumberland County COVID-19 vaccine webpage

As the holiday quickly approaches, local and state health officials are reminding us to stay safe while we celebrate. Cumberland County has reported 430 new cases and 7 additional deaths [ … ] Read More »

COVID-19 testing sites are still available for Cumberland County residents on Tuesdays and Thursdays with the Cumberland County Dept. of Public Health. Test collection is by drive up appointment only, [ … ] Read More »

Cumberland County COVID numbers update

Cumberland County COVID numbers as of December 8th, 2020 have continued to show an increase in positive test results. As reported from the Dept. of Public health on December 8th, [ … ] Read More »

NC Executive Order 181 goes into effect Friday, Dec.11th

December 8th, 2020 Governor Cooper announces the implementation of a modified Stay-At-Home Order, early closures for some businesses, and more mask requirements as NC continues to see an alarming increase [ … ] Read More »


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