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July 24, 2015, No comments

Algal samples collected from the eastern portion of Waterville Lake in Western North Carolina on Monday have been identified by DWR biologists asMicrocystis aeruginosa, a colonial bluegreen alga. Fish kills have been reported in the lower Chowan River and near the Blounts Bay and Pamlico River areas where lower dissolved oxygen levels have been recorded.

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Blasting set for I-40 in Haywood County; rolling roadblocks scheduled to start Wednesday

July 14, 2015, No comments

Blasting operations will cause temporary morning closures on a rural stretch of Interstate 40 in Haywood County near the Tennessee border starting Tue ...

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NC Senate about to pass major environmental changes

July 2, 2015, No comments

The North Carolina Senate has tentatively passed a massive new regulatory bill mandating dozens of changes to state environmental protections, includi ...

Document of the Day

Dig into the ‘Document of the Day’ public records archive

June 2, 2015, No comments

In early 2015, Carolina Public Press began publishing a "Document of the Day" to share key public records. The entries are selected because of their p ...