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Spring Prescription Drug Take Back Event ‘Pills Can Kill’ Announced

The County Compass, March 20, 2019

CARTERET COUNTY – Saturday, March 23, 2019 Carteret County law enforcement agencies will hold the spring “Pills Can Kill” prescription drug take back program in conjunction with “Operation Medicine Drop.” This one-day event will make it convenient for the public to rid their homes of potentially dangerous prescription drugs. From 10 am until 2 pm, citizens will be able to drop off their unused prescription medication to deputies and police officers who will be at all five Food Lion lo...
Changed People change people -- ‘Break Every Chain’ forum hopes for more stories like that of ‘Erika’

Special to the County Compass, March 15, 2019

By Eric Dammeyer ARAPAHOE – On March 23rd, the love of a community at work will bring healing and hope to Pamlico County. For the second year, the “Break Every Chain” Community Conference is open to the public and offered for a day-long dose of networking, education and “Famlico” healing. The convention – open to the public free of charge – runs from 9 am to 4 pm at sponsoring organization, Camp Caroline on Janeiro Road between Oriental and Arapahoe. Groups, agencies, ...
Dana Outlaw, mayor of New Bern, launches campaign for Congress

The County Compass, March 14, 2019

NEW BERN – A whopping 26 men and women filed last week for the privilege of representing the 17 counties that comprise North Carolina’s Third Congressional District. Each candidate hopes to bust thru the crowded field during a campaign of just six short weeks. Their quest is the U.S. House of Representatives – a seat left vacant by the death last month of Walter Jones Jr.. This is indeed a horse race – with no clear favorite. However, among the first to leave the gate this week is...
North Carolina Community Foundation grants $56,00 to Recovery Coalition

The County Compass, March 12, 2019

BAYBORO – The board of advisors of the Pamlico County Community Foundation recently awarded a $56,250 grant from the North Carolina Community Foundation Disaster Relief Fund to support the Pamlico County Disaster Recovery Coalition. The funds assist on-going efforts and fulfill unmet needs from Hurricane Florence. “This grant is critical to the long-term recovery of Pamlico County from Hurricane Florence,” said Mary Skinner, the local advisory board president. “The North Caroli...

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