Beaufort County holds pesticide day offering safe chemical disposal

Wed Feb 26 18:08:43 PST 2020

Beaufort County holds pesticide day offering safe chemical disposal

If you have pesticides to get rid of, you might want to think twice before dumping them in the trash, yard, or a field. Instead, one county is offering a safer way to dispose of the old chemicals.

Vidant employee tests positive for COVID-19

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