According to a news release, the museum sustained water damage to offices and some gallery spaces during Hurricane Florence. The museum's collection fared well during the storm with only minor, cosmetic damage to a few items.
There was no mention at Wednesday's meeting about where temporary housing will be placed. Details on the issue will be discussed further at the Oct. 25 New Hanover County Board of Commissioners meeting.
The office located at 1241 Military Cutoff Road in Wilmington is not a resource for individual assistance. It will provide a space for coordination of data, policy development and priority setting for recovery funds.
The county's Department of Health and Human Social Services announced Wednesday afternoon that Burgaw Elementary School at 400 North Wright Street in Burgaw will open at 9 a.m. Thursday and close Friday morning.
WECT’s Community Classroom this week features a science teacher’s project at Myrtle Grove Middle School in New Hanover County. Mr. Berg teaches 6th through 8th grade. He’s asking for a tank wave, magnet bars, and a wave apparatus.
But consider this: Even weeks after Florence devastated southeastern North Carolina, the stories about neighbors helping neighbors continue to roll in. We've been able to feature some of those folks in the news already. We're committed to sharing even more of those stories in the days and weeks to