With memories of Matthew still heavy on their minds, Whiteville public works crews will be vacuuming stormdrains while other officials will take the first steps to set up the city’s emergency command post Monday.
“This is a life-threatening storm,” Whiteville Emergency Service Director Hal Lowder said. “This is nothing
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