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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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Latest Health News
HealthRidge Pharmacy celebrates
Marion, North Carolina
Pharmacist Drew Parker (from left), pharmacist Ruth Higgins and her husband Nelson Higgins are planning to celebrate HealthRidge Pharmacy's 20 years of service to the Valley.
March 03 2015
Head of employees group resigns amid questions about money use
North Carolina
RALEIGH (AP) — The longtime executive director of the State Employees Association of North Carolina resigned Tuesday amid questions about possible financial improprieties at the group.
March 03 2015
Wendell man dies in snowmobile crash in Maine
Tarboro, North Carolina
Wardens identified the victim as 42-year-old Arthur Meuse.
March 03 2015
Main Street Morning: DHS funding debacle
Washington, North Carolina
Our rundown of news affecting start-ups and small businesses.
March 03 2015
Police investigating rape of 81 year old woman
Greenville, North Carolina
Greenville Police said Friday they're investigating the reported rape of an 81 year old woman.
March 03 2015
Blood donation events during Red Cross Month
Greenville, North Carolina
The American Red Cross wants members of the public to donate blood or volunteer at an event and become an everyday hero.
March 03 2015
Partnership’s Gala for Children April 18
North Carolina
ASHEBORO — The Randolph County Partnership for Children is hosting the annual Gala for Children on Saturday, April 18, from 6:30-11 p.m., at Kyle Petty’s Adaumont Farm in Trinity.
March 02 2015
Durham sheriff honored for commitment to crisis intervention
Durham, North Carolina
Durham County Sheriff Mike Andrews is a constant advocate of crisis-intervention training for all law enforcement personnel, and he makes it personal for trainees by sharing a story of his… Click to Continue »
March 02 2015
Volunteers pack weekend food for area’s needy children
Supply, North Carolina
During three packing sessions Friday and Saturday at Garber United Methodist Church in Trent Woods, more than 500 volunteers readied weekend food for hundreds of children in Craven, Pamlico and Jones counties.
March 02 2015
Measles outbreak spurs immunization initiative
North Carolina
Jacob Farnsworth, a public health nurse, prepares to administer a shot for the prevention of measles at the Onslow County Health Department in Jacksonville on Thursday morning.
March 02 2015
Stolen No. 44 NASCAR race car found in suburban Atlanta
Tow, Texas
The No. 44 race car returned to its NASCAR shop in North Carolina on Saturday after it was recovered along a remote road in suburban Atlanta, apparently abandoned by the thieves who stole it from a hotel parking lot.
March 01 2015
ECC breaks ground on new biotechnology center
North Carolina
Nearly 100 public officials and community members gathered Wednesday at Edgecombe Community College’s Rocky Mount campus to mark the beginning of construction of the college’s new Biotechnology and Medical Simulation Center.
March 01 2015
Pre-teens learn fitness and confidence at Girls on the Run
Council, North Carolina
The last thing many pre-teen girls want to do is run 1 mile, let alone three. But a group of elementary school girls in Boca Raton has been meeting each Sunday, getting in shape for a 5K race as they learn self-confidence, teamwork and how to eat more healthfully.
March 01 2015
Trucker begins sentence for I-80 traffic death of Hubbard man
Farrell, Pennsylvania
Two and a half years after his truck struck and killed a Hubbard man on Interstate 80, a North Carolina man has started to serve a thirty day jail sentence.
March 01 2015
Hanks: Meet your award-winning Free Press crew
North Carolina
Last week, The Free Press took home the General Excellence award as the top newspaper in the state of North Carolina for 2014. Members of The Free Press newsroom include, front row, from left, Night Editor Margaret Fisher, Chief Photographer Janet S. Carter and Managing Editor Jennifer Shrader; back row, Editor Bryan C. Hanks, Sports Editor Jessika Morgan, staff writer Junious Smith III ...
March 01 2015
South of Charlotte, I-77 corridor in SC flexing economic development muscles
North Carolina
From the state line to Rock Hill, Charlotte's neighbors to the south are experiencing a boom, fueled in large part by projects South Carolina either lured from Charlotte or beat out North Carolina to win. 
February 28 2015
Area schools close as region faces 2-3 inches of snow
Salisbury, North Carolina
Snow began to fall early Thursday and could amount to two or three inches of accumulation across Central Maryland, with the best chances south of Baltimore as a storm moves through the Southeast.
February 28 2015
First Drip (2/5/15): Anthem gets hacked, the Guv's State of the State address, more
Fountain, North Carolina
Bring more businesses to North Carolina. Raise the base pay for teachers to $35,000.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
February 28 2015
Quintiles expanding NFL relationship
North Carolina
The NFL recently signed a five-year agreement with Quintiles to monitor injury trends.
February 27 2015
Dental organization makes donations in honor of Chapel Hill murder victims
North Carolina
Affordable Care announced it will donate $5,000 to a pair of dental clinics in the names of the three college students murdered last week.
February 27 2015
Hope Clinic continues to live up to its name in Pamlico County
North Carolina
Registered Nurse Mary Leininger of Oriental checks the blood pressure of Shireen Jones of Reelsboro at Hope Clinic on a recent Thursday night. Observing is RN Nancy Welles of Oriental, who was volunteering for the first time.
February 27 2015
Menopause could last up to 12 years, hot flushes and all
Wake Forest, North Carolina
The menopause could last for around 12 years, and is likely to affect women of certain races for longer than others, research suggests.
February 27 2015
Deacon Profile: Phoebe Zerwick
Wake Forest, North Carolina
Phoebe Zerwick, an associate professor in the English Department, teaches first-year writing and journalism courses. She has been living in Winston-Salem since 1989, and has been a professor at Wake Forest University since 2010. Last year, she created a community journalism course to get students off campus and into the surrounding community. Her journey from journalist to teacher has enhanced ...
February 27 2015
Guilford County confirms first case of animal rabies in 2015
Alliance, North Carolina
GUILFORD COUNTY, N.C. — The Guilford County Department of Health and Human Services, Division of Public Health is alerting residents that a raccoon found on Millstream Road in McLeansville tested positive for the rabies virus on Feb. 19, 2015. This is the first confirmed case of animal rabies in 2015. The raccoon had contact with […]
February 27 2015
New Bern native returns home with Black History Month art show
Kannapolis, North Carolina
Brittani George is the featured artist for Black History Month at the New Bern-Craven County Public Library.
February 27 2015
Bats found on campus of NC high school
Elizabethtown, North Carolina
ELIZABETHTOWN, N.C. — Several bats have been spotted on the campus of a North Carolina high school, WECT reported. A custodian saw a bat flying around both gyms at West Bladen High School last week. Wildlife officials removed several bats from the school between Friday and Monday. No bats have been seen in the building since […]
February 26 2015
3 Muslims shot dead in U.S.
North Carolina
A 46-year-old man has been charged with murder in the shooting death of three Muslim students in an apartment near the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill campus.
February 26 2015
Mecklenburg County Department of Social Services Goes Live On Core Cx360
North Carolina
Mecklenburg County Department of Social Services provides economic and social services to sustain and improve the quality of life for Mecklenburg county citizens and Core Solutions, Inc.
February 26 2015
Wetzel County couple sentenced to 2 years in prison for stealing nearly $400,000 from 90-year-old
West Virginia
Timothy Summers, 67, and his wife, Lea Ann, 52, of Proctor, WV used more than half of the $400,000 they stole from a 90-year-old Wetzel County resident to buy a beach house on the Outer Banks of North Carolina..
February 26 2015
1-3 inches of snow reported around region, closing schools
Washington, North Carolina
The National Weather Service reported 1-3 inches of snow around the Baltimore area Thursday morning, with the highest totals in Anne Arundel County.
February 26 2015
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