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Dr. Slavko Komarnytsky, N.C. State University Plants for Human Health Institute
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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 )
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 )
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 )
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 )
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 )
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 )
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 )
by Joe Hungry
Q: I sent in re-certification for Food Stamps application and have not heard from anyone in a month. (Randolph )
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 )
by worrief
Q: WHY DON'T I HAVE MY FOODSTAMPS! (Forsyth )
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 )
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 )
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 )
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 )
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 )
by bellblu
Q: I have there kids and two grandkids when am I gonna recurve Mt foodstamps (Iredell )
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 )
by anonymous
Q: has anyone still waiting for their food stamps in cabarrus county 04/05/13 (Cabarrus )
by anonymous
Q: How many wild hogs are killed in Hyde Co. each year?
by Mike
Q: overdose deaths (Ashe )
by rena
Q: Do yo have the kinship navigator program tlc (Union )
by tlc
Q: Operation fan relief (Clay )
by pam
Q: Do we have feral hogs in Alleghany county? (Alleghany )
by Spurlin

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MCSO: Grandmother, 6-year-old boy found after search
Ferguson, North Carolina
A grandmother and her 6-year-old grandson were missing Thursday afternoon in McDowell County.
August 22 2014
One dead, 20 hospitalized from apparent overdoses at Maryland concert
Ferguson, North Carolina
A North Carolina man died and 20 people were hospitalized due to apparent drug overdoses during a pop and dance music festival in Maryland, authorities said on Saturday.
August 22 2014
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August 22 2014
Lease Up (Aug. 18-22): Duke Realty Lands Two Big HQs Assignments
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August 22 2014
Friends remember Carolyn Allen
Cumberland, North Carolina
Friends and family gathered on Friday, Aug. 8 to say goodbye to longtime Powhatan County school teacher Carolyn Allen.
August 22 2014
Local Tourism Spending Strong for Second Consecutive Year
Cumberland, North Carolina
Visitor spending also generated $12.1 million in local tax receipts in Moore County last year, $89.43 million in payroll income and directly supported 5,140 local jobs.
August 22 2014
GCS Urging Parents to Get Children's Tdap Shots Before Monday
North Carolina
North Carolina immunization law requires public school students entering sixth grade to have a booster dose of Tdap if more than five years have passed since their last shot.
August 22 2014
Drexel study sheds light on foodborne ills that plague poor
Drexel, North Carolina
For the poor, food is not only scarce, it's often rotten and germ-ridden. Corner stores and small supermarkets that feed vast swaths of impoverished Philadelphia offer bacteria-laced foods in unhealthy conditions that can lead to foodborne illness, a Drexel University study shows.
August 22 2014
Wilson judge halts Pungo demolition
North Carolina
WILSON — A controversial fight over Vidant Pungo Hospital in Belhaven spilled into Wilson County Thursday. The North Carolina chapter of the NAACP and the town of Belhaven filed a temporary restraining order.
August 21 2014
Journey to the 21st century: Two-room school transforms to major regional university
Fountain, North Carolina
The little school that was the forerunner of Western Carolina University was called Cullowhee Academy. Its location is marked by a stone memorial, erected in 1934, that sits in a garden area between the university’s steam plant and Breese Gymnasium.
August 21 2014
Hagan: Tillis would cut education jobs.
Greensboro, North Carolina
GREENSBORO (AP) — Democratic Sen. Kay Hagan suggested Tuesday that state House Speaker Thom Tillis would work to cut public school jobs and student aid if he replaces her on Capitol Hill, citing his remarks during a debate in April.
August 21 2014
Hagan takes on Tillis for NC Senate debate comment
Greensboro, North Carolina
GREENSBORO, N.C. (AP) — Democratic Sen. Kay Hagan suggested Tuesday that state House Speaker Thom Tillis would work to cut public school jobs and student aid if he replaces her on Capitol Hill, citing his remarks during a debate in April.
August 21 2014
Partnership to offer September workshops
Fayetteville, North Carolina
ASHEBORO — The Randolph County Partnership for Children’s child care services program is sponsoring educational workshops for early childhood teachers.
August 21 2014
WATCHES AND WARNINGS
Wilson, North Carolina
Wilson County’s Local Emergency Planning Committee met Wednesday to discuss the importance of weather watches and warnings. The committee is made up of various agencies including Wilson County Emergency Management, Wilson County EMS, Wilson Fire/Rescue, Wilson County Health Department and businesses.
August 20 2014
Safety first for today’s farmers
Wilson, North Carolina
Agriculture ranks among the most hazardous industries in the world. Working with heavy equipment, live animals, and various other tasks around the farm create ample opportunities for accidents to occur. Farm workers are at very high risk for fatal and nonfatal injuries.
August 20 2014
Editorial: McCrory takes look at military
Wilson, North Carolina
As Gov. Pat McCrory reminded area residents during his visit to Jacksonville last week, North Carolina hasn’t relinquished its self-proclaimed title of friendliest state for the U.S. military.
August 20 2014
Vidant Health files motion to move complaint to federal court
Wilson, North Carolina
Vidant Health filed a motion to move a complaint filed last week to federal court.
August 20 2014
Cancer center will bring 'advanced care' to WNC
North Carolina
Cancer patients won't have to drive to Chapel Hill for advanced therapies once Pardee Hospital
August 20 2014
Having a cow: PETA accuses local dairy of animal cruelty; inspectors say otherwise
Clyde, North Carolina
Swarming flies. Cows trudging through knee-deep manure. Lame legs, an overgrown hoof, blood oozing from a nose. Bones protruding from emaciated bodies. There’s no denying that the picture painted in a recently released video from People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals was a grim one.
August 20 2014
Rapid expansion of gay rights redefines being ‘out’
Troy, North Carolina
The legal and cultural expansion of gay rights causes discomfort as people face new openness in everyday life.
August 20 2014
Cancer center will bring ‘advanced care’ to WNC
North Carolina
Pardee Hospital’s president offered more details Wednesday about the state-of-the-art cancer
August 20 2014
Started at UNC, Adam & Eve evolves with customers
Alamance, north carolina
Today, Adam & Eve, one of the nation's largest adult-product companies, promotes its inventory as part of a healthy lifestyle.
August 20 2014
Hagan stumps with candidates at Carteret rally
Morehead City, North Carolina
MOREHEAD CITY — A delayed state budget and ongoing confusion over teacher pay and the public school allocation further demonstrates a need for North Carolinians to take to the polls in November and ca
August 20 2014
Former co-worker of 2nd American aid worker with Ebola talks to WFTV
Boone, North Carolina
A second American aid worker infected with Ebola arrived Tuesday in Atlanta and Eyewitness News has learned she used to work at a missionary in Lake County. Doctors will now closely monitor the effect of an experimental drug that Nancy Writebol agreed to take even though its safety was never tested on humans. Writebol arrived from Monrovia, Liberia, in a chartered jet at Dobbins Air Reserve Base ...
August 20 2014
North Carolina Senate gives tentative approval to state budget
Boone, North Carolina
The state Senate gave preliminary approval Thursday to a $21.1 billion spending plan.
August 20 2014
How health officials are responding to the Ebola outbreak globally
North Carolina
Health authorities suspect the Ebola outbreak won’t be stifled anytime soon but they’re adding safety measures to make sure it doesn’t cross more borders.
August 20 2014
Study: Not expanding Medicaid to cost NC billions
North Carolina
A new report suggests the decision by Gov. Pat McCrory and Republican lawmakers not to expand Medicaid coverage through the Affordable Care Act will cost North Carolina...
August 20 2014
Making healthy meal choices at school
North Carolina
The cafeteria is the "soul" of a school, according to Libby Post, director of child nutrition for the Rowan-Salisbury School System.
August 19 2014
Hanks: Hello to you — from August 2014
Murphy, North Carolina
Published: Saturday, August 16, 2014 at 05:43 PM. Blast from the past On Saturday, The Free Press was honored to attend the opening of a time capsule from Aug. 16, 1989 at Lenoir Community College’s Aviation Department.
August 19 2014
Returning Liberia Missionaries to Be 'Quarantined'
Murphy, North Carolina
The aid organization that the missionaries work with said that none of the returning staff have presented Ebola symptoms.
August 19 2014
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