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Q: Why do it take so long for people at dss to answer pjone it took me no lie from 17 of feb til 28 then 430 automtic machine real lazy (Randolph NC)
by confused
Q: I have been waiting on my food stamps since november and still Havent got nothing and the people from the dss never call me back is there and thing i could do? (Mecklenburg NC)
by nicole
Q: How can I find out when something will be on my food stamp card in Winston Salem, NC Thanksgiving will be here soon and I don't have anything on my card yet!!
by Chill
Q: Any idea how behind the EBT is in Iredell county? The voice mail of my worker says they are running 3-4 months behind. However, we are now 4 months and 1 week behind and no word on what will happen next! I cannot believe that no one seems to care about families and especially kids going hungry! Especially now, so close to Thanksgiving and Christmas! I never thought they would let this go on this long with no end in sight! (Iredell NC)
by Mary in Statesville
Q: did not get my food stamps on the 17th... is there a delay in our food stamps coming to our ebt card? (Union NC)
by penni
Q: how can as local bbq business (Blue Ridge BBQ) be serving homegrown pork that is not usda inspected, be reported to the local health department and still be running a business out of a trailer and still serviing to the pulic? Their business on main st was closed due to legal issues but not cited for the meat infractions of unispected meat and meat not prepared in a commercial kitchen. how bad does it have to be before someting is dne...a massive illness from the pork they serve? (Haywood NC)
by concerned
Q: Has anyone actually gotten a person to answer how long the delays are? Just wondering if checking our EBT balance everyday is even worth it? (Iredell NC)
by mykidsrbbj
A: We were due June 13th and finally recieved EBT on November 15th.
by Mary in Statesville
Q: I haven't recieved my food stamps card yet its been 11 days
by asandww
A: Good luck I've been without food stamps in 3 months
by jad
Q: Is Johnston County EBT effected because I don't see any Johnston Co. people on this page? (Johnston NC)
by Joe Hungry
Q: I sent in re-certification for Food Stamps application and have not heard from anyone in a month. (Randolph NC)
by Concerned
Q: Why the heck dies the Goverment or the social service warn us about the glitches in the system that they know will cause delays. We may be able to plan ahead instead of one day be shocked to have no food. I live in Transylvania county NC . I had to recertify for Foodstamps for this month, Oct. which I did as fast as I got the paper work, I turned it in. I dud not receive the usual letter of approval. Today is the 7th of Oct my card has zero balance. It should have been deposited on the 5th. I have a severeral disabled medically fragile child who I am the sloe caregiver of. Opi have stayed at home and took care of him, I can't work outside the home. Before he became disabled I worked several jobs. His meducaud has also been messed up since July the 1st. Because of the new N.C tracks software program, he's 9 and they have him listed as adult cap instead of cap c. For children. I struggle everyday now the worry of from the ignorance of our Goverment, thank you n.C Governer you knew this was going to happen and you pushed for it to all go live, and iron out the glitches later. Of course that does not affect you and your family. Disgusted in our politicians, they have out the USA to shame in so many areas.
by Kaye
Q: Killer bees
by Luis
Q: when will we be getting our food stamps. Its been months???
by TEL
Q: Rabies clinic free (Sampson NC)
by worrief
Q: WHY DON'T I HAVE MY FOODSTAMPS! (Forsyth NC)
by Hungry1
Q: I am 7 weeks without food stamps in Wake County & am frustrated with the delay. Is 7 weeks normal or should I be concerned? (Wake NC)
by Worried
Q: when will the delay in food stamps be over for Iredell county NC
by mkh
Q: Why have I not received any food stamps this month? (Harnett NC)
by qween
Q: If my 4 year old has been diagnosed with Hand,mouth and foot disease is there anywhere in the county or state I should notify? I have already notified his daycare. (Cumberland NC)
by ConcernedMom
A: you should get another opinion because they told me my son had the same thing when he was young his hands and feet was peeling deep I got another opinion and found it wasn't that it was an elergic reaction to cefzil antibiotic the symtoms are alike
by belinda
Q: will I EVER GET MY FOOD STAMPS. I have been waiting for 2 weeks now.
by mkh
Q: is there a delay on ebt card (Lincoln NC)
by anonymous
Q: Does anyone know how long of a delay it is for the food stamps in Wake county? I'm going on 3 months and still waiting.... (Wake NC)
by bellblu
Q: I have there kids and two grandkids when am I gonna recurve Mt foodstamps (Iredell NC)
by angrymom
A: I wish I knew! We recertified in June. We should have got ebt on July 13th. I called and they said 2-3 wks. Then, after 3 weeks, I called and they said a month. I called after the full month, and the recording says 1 &1/2 months. They just keep adding time! My husband is disabled and we have 4 kids. You can try the local food banks, but it really is not enough. Pray that they get their act together...SOON!!!
by Momof4
Q: rabies clinic (Rowan NC)
by anonymous
Q: has anyone still waiting for their food stamps in cabarrus county 04/05/13 (Cabarrus NC)
by anonymous
Q: How many wild hogs are killed in Hyde Co. each year?
by Mike
Q: overdose deaths (Ashe NC)
by rena
Q: Do yo have the kinship navigator program tlc (Union NC)
by tlc
Q: Operation fan relief (Clay NC)
by pam
Q: Do we have feral hogs in Alleghany county? (Alleghany NC)
by Spurlin

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Latest Pitt County Health News
Pitt Co. Schools struggling to get substitutes due to healthcare reform
North Carolina
Many school systems across Eastern North Carolina, including Pitt Co. Schools, say they're struggling to fill substitute teacher positions due to healthcare reform.
November 07 2014
Local health officials stay on alert for Ebola
North Carolina
Pitt County Health Department officials were monitoring reports of outbreaks and suspected outbreaks of the Ebola virus even before a preliminary negative result was reported Monday on an individual tested for Ebola in Person County.
November 04 2014
LOCAL CHATTER: Cawley graduates boot camp
Wise, North Carolina
Tyler Cawley, son of Christine Cawley, of Duryea, graduated from the Parris Island Marine Corp. Boot Camp in South Carolina on Oct 3. A 2014 graduate of Pittston Area High School, Cawley will soon begin a nine-week training course at Camp Lejeune in North Carolina. He has two brothers, Cody and Chad, at home.
November 02 2014
Queen, Clampitt battle it out again
Bryson City, North Carolina
Election season is winding down to the finish line and both candidates in the N.C. House’s 119th District race are eyeing Raleigh. Challenger Mike Clampitt and incumbent Rep. Joe Sam Queen, D-Waynesville, have been here before. They went up against each other in 2012 and both are back for more.
October 25 2014
Pitts: Ebola, Enterovirus cause for concern but not panic
Washington, North Carolina
In the mid-1990s, I read "The Hot Zone," a real-life thriller about a mutated form of the Ebola virus, which, through a series of errors, was almost released near Washington.
October 10 2014
Touchdown Friday Week Two Scores
Jacksonville, North Carolina
Game of the Week: New Bern 19, Havelock 14 - 3rd QuarterWest Carteret 14, East Carteret 0 - HalftimeDH Conley 42, Ayden Grifton 0 - Final Northside Jacksonville 14, White Oak 0 - 3rd QuarterSouth Creek 8, North Pitt 7 - 3rd Quarter
September 26 2014
Orange County seeks to inform community on smoking ban
New York
Orange County Health Department worker Donna King (right) speaks with Pittsboro, North Carolina resident Sharon Flicker on Franklin Street about the county's smoking ban.
September 23 2014
Pitt County reports first confirmed case of Chikungunya
North Carolina
Pitt County says it has its first case of Chikungunya.
September 16 2014
First case of Chikungunya virus confirmed in Pitt County
North Carolina
Pitt County has its first case of Chikungunya, a mosquito-borne virus that causes fever, joint pain, swelling and other symptoms.
September 16 2014
Humane Society Asking For Help To Care For Mistreated Pittbull
North Carolina
Hope is suffering from a variety of health problems such as heartworms and ear infections, but most noticeably are the wounds inflicted through mistreatment.
September 16 2014
Pitt County Has First Case Of Chikungunya Virus
North Carolina
Pitt County says the victim is a resident who recently traveled to the Caribbean with family members.
September 16 2014
Pitt County coalition targets teen drivers with new video
North Carolina
A non-profit coalition in Pitt County is targeting teen drivers, hoping to better educate them about safe driving.
September 16 2014
Pitt County resident contracts mosquito-borne illness
Wilson, North Carolina
A Pitt County resident contracted chikungunya after recently traveling to the Caribbean with family members, the health department reported.
September 01 2014
ECU partners with Pitt County Schools to keep athletes safe
Greenville, North Carolina
Friday marked the official start to high school football practice in North Carolina.
August 13 2014
Ballard: Medical school critical
North Carolina
Since the early 1970s, The Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University and Vidant Medical Center (formerly Pitt County Memorial Hospital) have sustained a unique relationship that is essential to eastern North Carolina.
July 10 2014
Drain water, fight virus
North Carolina
Pitt County residents hold the key to prevention of mosquito-borne illnesses, the county’s top health official said, including the latest threat reported Friday to the state’s health, the chikungunya virus.
June 30 2014
Vets can register complaints at tip line
Greenville, North Carolina
Military veterans living in Pitt County and the eastern region have a new way to register complaints about delays and other issues with health care services, officials with the Greenville office for veterans affairs said.
June 28 2014
Environmental groups say EPA's Housatonic River cleanup plan falls short
Garner, North Carolina
Three leading environmental groups are throwing cold water on the recently released proposal by the federal government to reduce toxic PCB contamination of the Housatonic River from southern Pittsfield into Connecticut.
June 23 2014
Pitt County could soon see tobacco-free parks
Council, North Carolina
The Pitt County Board of Health is considering banning tobacco from public parks.
June 21 2014
Edwards makes closing arguments
Jacksonville, North Carolina
Dozens of lawyers and other spectators packed a Pitt County courtroom on Monday to hear closing arguments by former U.S. senator and presidential hopeful John Edwards in a medical malpractice lawsuit, his first case as an attorney since his political collapse.
May 16 2014
Tea party vs GOP Establishment in NC, elsewhere - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News, Sp
Kentucky
WASHINGTON (AP) - North Carolina Republicans sorted through their choices to challenge Democratic Sen. Kay Hagan on Tuesday, and Speaker John Boehner sought re-nomination to Congress from Ohio, first in a springtime spate of primaries pitting the GOP establishment against tea party challengers.
May 07 2014
Tea party vs GOP Establishment in NC, elsewhere
North Carolina
WASHINGTON (AP) — North Carolina Republicans sorted through their choices to challenge Democratic Sen. Kay Hagan on Tuesday, and Speaker John Boehner sought re-nomination to Congress from Ohio, first in a springtime spate of primaries pitting the GOP establishment against tea party challengers.
May 06 2014
2 teens wounded in school stabbing spree released
Franklin, North Carolina
Three students wounded in the stabbing spree at a Pittsburgh-area high school have been released from the hospital.
April 27 2014
Endorsement: Jones, Butterfield, Rich
Marshall, North Carolina
On May. 6, Pitt County voters will cast ballots in this year’s Democratic and Republican primaries. Today, The Daily Reflector offers its editorial board recommendations in the races for the 1st and 3rd congressional districts for the U.S. House of Representatives.
April 22 2014
Pitt County Senior Games Program celebrating 31st year
Hertford, North Carolina
The Greenville-Pitt County Senior Games program held its 31st opening ceremonies at Alice F. Keene Park on Tuesday.
April 16 2014
Seniors to put talents on display in local games
North Carolina
Pitt County seniors will kick off events today at Alice Keene Park that show off their athletic and artistic prowess — a lesson for their neighbors that age is not a barrier to enjoyment.
April 15 2014
Bed Bugs Trouble Pitt County Elementary, My Cleaning Products Suggest a Bed Bug Spray to Help Count
Ayden, North Carolina
Bed bugs reportedly biting the students of a Pitt County elementary school. My Cleaning Products suggested a bed bug spray to help the residents counter the spread of the critters. (PRWeb April 03, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/bed-bug-spray/04-02-14/prweb11731140.htm
April 05 2014
Fair aims to make ‘Pitt’s Babies Fit’
North Carolina
In its 22nd year, “Making Pitt’s Babies Fit” continues working to educate the community and fight infant mortality rates in eastern North Carolina, organizers said.
March 31 2014
9OYS' Katie Banks to host the 'Making Pitt's Babies Fit' Maternity Fair
Greenville, North Carolina
The 22nd Annual Making Pitt's Babies Fit Maternity Fair will raise awareness about premature births this Sunday at the Greenville Convention Center.
March 29 2014
Vidant chief addresses chamber
Greenville, North Carolina
The leader of the Vidant Health system spoke on Tuesday about how much serving the eastern North Carolina community means to it and what most people don’t know about what it takes to keep Greenville and Pitt County’s largest economic driver operating.
March 28 2014
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