Preparation for the potential impacts of a hurricane is no easy task, but that responsibility is even greater for hospitals and healthcare systems.
The city has already taken steps in the wake of Hurricane Florence, Roanoke Rapids City Manager Joseph Scherer said at a press briefing today.
Despite a southward shift of Hurricane Florence, the National Weather Service says prolonged rain and freshwater flooding is still expected across much of the area.
James Lewis “Frog” Jones, 77, of Fire Tower Rd., Jackson, entered into eternal rest Tuesday, September 11, 2018.
Halifax County has declared a State of Emergency that will go into effect at 6 this evening.
The National Weather Service reported in its morning briefing confidence continues to increase life-threatening impacts will be felt across the Carolinas with the arrival of Hurricane Florence.
Roanoke Rapids paused to remember the 17th anniversary of 9-11 terrorist attacks this morning at Centennial Park.