Alzheimer’s Association to Host 2020 Common Ground Virtual Summit on April 24

Dr. Carl Hill
FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. – Based on the guidance from local public health agencies regarding COVID-19, the Alzheimer’s Association – Eastern North Carolina Chapter’s conference originally scheduled for Friday, April 24 will now be delivered through a virtual option. The 2020 Common Ground Virtual Summit is open to the public and will take place on Friday, April 24 […]
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Learn how to Live Stream

How to Live Stream
These are notes from the live stream we did on March 30, 2020. Here is a link to the original Facebook video. First and foremost, make sure you have a great internet connection. The best option is a strong wi-fi signal. If you do not have wi-fi, try using cellular data only. However, I would […]
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New Bern Civic Theatre COVID-19 Update

New Bern Civic Theatre
NBCT doors are closed to the public, including all volunteers, effective 4 p.m. March 27, 2020 With the growing concern for COVID-19, the safety and well-being of our community is our highest priority. Office staff will work predominantly from home, stopping into the office periodically to check messages and handle any business that cannot be […]
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CAGS Online Silent Art Auction

CAGS Online Art Auction
The Community Artists Gallery & Studios is holding an online silent art auction, filled with original art and hand-made items created by the local artists in our gallery. It’s the perfect way to shop for Mother’s Day and support the local arts . . . all while you stay safely at home. If you’ve ever […]
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New Leader for New Bern Office

Kyle Compton
Bridge engineer takes the lead The New Bern branch of Vaughn & Melton Consulting Engineers has a new leader in charge, and it’s a young man who knows that building bridges is all about good support. “I know I have big shoes to fill,” says Kyle Compton, newly appointed office leader of V&M’s New Bern […]
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Is Your Stress affecting Your Dog?

Walking with Finn
Although my dog Finn is on the “high energy” side, he became very reactive after Hurricane Florence. We evacuated prior to the storm and stayed at numerous locations prior to getting back into our home. Until then, I didn’t realize how the stress in our lives directly impacted his. I’m using the hurricane as a […]
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U.S. Cellular Encourages Cleaning Your Devices Frequently

U.S. Cellular
Greenville, N.C. – Recent studies have found that coronaviruses can possibly last on surfaces, such as metal, glass or plastic, for up to nine days. Therefore, U.S. Cellular encourages people to take precautionary measures and regularly clean your devices. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) suggests that people clean all “high touch” surfaces, […]
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