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City of New Bern says roads, crews are prepared for winter weather

While potential weather impacts remain less than what the east has recently experienced, preparations still continue across the east.

City of New Bern says roads, crews are prepared for winter weather

While potential weather impacts remain less than what the east has recently experienced, preparations still continue across the east.

Cities across the east preparing since Tuesday for wintry precipitation

Along with the DOT, many cities across the east have been preparing for the winter weather as well.

Grocery stores trying to keep bread and milk on shelves

Grocery stores across Eastern Carolina have been kept busy today, trying to keep bread and milk supplies on their shelves.

Winter weather means local school districts may have to adjust calendars again

Many school systems across the east were recently tasked with adjusting their calendars after a wintry mix of snow and ice.

NEW INFO: Firefighters still on scene of bottling facility fire, cause unknown

Fire crews remain at the scene of an early morning fire in New Bern.

Greenville police search of home leads to four drug arrests

Greenville police have arrested four men on drug charges.

 

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