RALEIGH Gov. Pat McCrory is urging North Carolinians to be ready for potentially dangerous winter weather. Emergency Management officials say to keep three days of nonperishable food and batteries in your home, vent kerosene heaters and keep any electric generators outside, and do not burn charcoal indoors. Keep alternative heating sources and fire extinguishers on hand and store an emergency kit in your vehicle. Also, have a plan to check on elderly neighbors and bring pets indoors during freezing temperatures.A Winter Watch means severe winter conditions could occur, while Warning indicates that four or more inches of snow or sleet are expected within 12 hours. Advisories indicate that winter weather conditions are expected to cause delays and problems.
RALEIGH Completely burn a standard four-inch kitchen match and you will generate roughly 1 Btu, the metric used to measure electric power. Burn 138 of them and you’ll produce approximately the amount of power […]
NEW YORK – The Clinton Global Initiative filed paperwork this week saying that it is closing its doors. At least 22 employees will be laid off on April 15, or possibly redirected into other Clinton […]
KENANSVILLE, N.C. Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump will make two stops in North Carolina Tuesday, focusing on small towns, both with industry critical to the state economy. His first stop is in High Point […]