Dewey Beach Collecting Items for Hurricane Battered North Carolina

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Hurricane Florence brought catastrophic flooding across North Carolina, and many people and pets have lost some if not all their belongings because of the storm. The Town of Dewey Beach has reached out to non-profit organizations in North Carolina, and compiled a list of items that are still needed. Items are being collected at the…

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Dogs & Cats Displaced by Hurricane Florence Ready for Adoption in Georgetown

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Over 200 animals from three North Carolina shelters that were impacted by Hurricane Florence have arrived at the Brandywine SPCA.¬† Some of the dogs and cats have been transferred to their northern Delaware and Pennsylvania facilities and some have gone to other shelters.¬† However there are over 100 adoptable cats and dogs at the BVSPCA…

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Hurricane Refugee Dogs & Cats Arriving at New BVSPCA Georgetown Facility

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The new BVSPCA rescue and rehabilitation shelter in Georgetown has opened its doors months earlier than scheduled to help pets left homeless by Hurricane Florence. The shelter has already received 42 dogs rescued from hurricane flooded North Carolina and dozens of cats scheduled to arrive today. Director of BVSPCA, Walter Fenstermacher, says once the dogs…

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DAFB Hosting Hurricane Florence Relief Units from Around the Country

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Dover Air Force Base is hosting several Air National Guard units from across the country in support of Hurricane Florence relief efforts.¬† As of Friday, Dover AFB provided staging to C-130 search and rescue aircraft, HH-60 helicopters and C-17 cargo aircraft from Air National Guard units in Alaska, California and New York.¬† And those members…

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Ocean City Continues to Monitor Hurricane Florence, OC Bikefest Moved to Convention Center

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Ocean City emergency management officials are continuing to monitor Hurricane Florence, which is now showing a southern track, steering farther away from the Maryland coastline.¬† While emergency management officials watch closely in the event of changes to the storm‚Äôs path, Ocean City continues to be open for business. OC Bikefest events, including the ticketed concerts,…

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UPDATED: Gov Hogan Lifts State of Emergency for Maryland for Hurricane Florence

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UPDATED:¬† State of Emergency was lifted on September 21. ================================================ Governor Larry Hogan Declares State of Emergency for Hurricane Florence Executive Order Issued Ahead of Storm Making Projected Landfall on the U.S. East Coast ANNAPOLIS, MD¬†‚ÄstGovernor Larry Hogan today signed¬†Executive Order 01.01.2018.22¬†declaring a state of emergency beginning¬†Monday, September 10, 2018¬†ahead of the landfall of Hurricane…

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Chicken Growers Should Prepare Now for Hurricane Florence

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It has been several years since Delmarva has felt the full force of a hurricane, but this week, Hurricane Florence appears poised to approach the East Coast, and it is highly likely to produce troublesome winds and rain on Delmarva. The National Weather Service forecasts the potential for tropical storm force winds to affect all…

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Gov. Carney’s Statement on the Weather Forecast

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Governor Carney’s Statement on Weather Forecast WILMINGTON, Del. – Governor John Carney on Sunday issued the following statement on weather conditions and encouraged Delawareans to follow the latest forecasts and emergency preparedness resources online: “The Delaware Emergency Management Agency is closely monitoring the approach of Hurricane Florence, as well as Hurricane Isaac farther out in…

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