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RALEIGH — A youth risk survey for middle- and high-school students in the public school system is raising eyebrows for asking students about drug use and sexual activity.

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PINEHURST — FirstHealth of the Carolinas invites residents in Moore, Richmond, Hoke, Montgomery and Lee counties to participate in the 2021 Community Health Needs Assessment.  

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PEMBROKE — The Lumber River Council of Governments in conjunction with its members Bladen, Hoke, Richmond, Robeson and Scotland counties, and the municipalities therein, are conducting a study aimed at improving broadband availability within the five-county region.

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Still cannot get high-quality, reliable, high-speed internet service at home? You are not alone.

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Wednesday, 17 March 2021 14:14

COLUMN: Good luck, bad luck

As editor, I get a lot of emails about statistics on random topics that I usually just gloss over. However, being St. Patrick’s Day, a recent email on luck caught my eye and I thought it fitting to write about.

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RALEIGH — North Carolinians can now view results from an ongoing survey designed to show gaps in coverage in the state, which so far indicates a lack of access to broadband.

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PINEHURST — FirstHealth Home Care has again achieved the highest possible five-star rating for patient satisfaction from the Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems Home Health Care Survey. For the second consecutive year, FirstHealth’s rankings in the patient satisfaction measures of the survey are above the state and national average for Medicare-certified home care agencies.

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RALEIGH – A survey that launched today is the last chance for the public to comment on draft recommendations that will be used to finalize the state’s 30-year transportation plan.

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RALEIGH — Gyms are still closed in North Carolina, as Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper remains among a small handful of governors refusing to reopen them.

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WASHINGTON — The U.S. Department of Agriculture today announced a new annual survey of farmers, ranchers and private forestland owners. The survey will help USDA understand what it is doing well and where improvements are needed, specifically at the Farm Service Agency, Natural Resources Conservation Service and Risk Management Agency. 

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