EDITOR’S NOTE: Our sister publication, Port City Daily in Wilmington, North Carolina, is reporting on the widespread damage of Hurricane Florence.
Saturday morning, the National Hurricane Center said the storm stalled about 35 miles (55 kilometers) west of Myrtle Beach, moving forward at just 2 mph (4 kph), with top sustained winds of 50 mph (80 kph).
Stay off the roads
‘Stay off the roads’: Officials say sinkholes forming, power lines down, most major intersections offline
Massive lines, limited supplies at Harris Teeter locations near UNCW and Monkey Junction
When to come back
Weeks, not days, before safe return, New Hanover, Pender, Brunswick counties tell evacuated residents
In Photos: Florence makes landfall in Carolina Place, Carolina Heights
Live from the scene
Live Blog: The heart of Hurricane Florence
5.25 million gallons of wastewater, CFPUA’s largest spill ever, discharged into Cape Fear River
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