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It’s no SNAP getting fresh produce to those who need it

By Yen Duong In 1941, Norman and David Simpson’s grandfather started selling produce from the family farm off the back of his truck at a nondescript Charlotte corner. By 1978, their father was there, just outside the central business district of Uptown, every Tuesday and Friday. By the time Norman and David took over the…
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WIC benefits help improve child, maternal nutrition, but fewer families are...

By Sarah Ovaska-Few Fewer women and children in North Carolina are taking part in the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC), a federal program designed to ensure low-income women, babies and children get needed nutrients in their diet. The slide is worrisome, given that the WIC program has long only captured…
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Here are Some New OC Fair Food Items, and a Few...

When the OC Fair comes to town, new and unusual food combinations always come with it. And while Buffalo Chicken Chimichangas at Chicken Charlie’s and Fruity Pebbles Shrimp Po’ Boy at Get Fried are just a couple of the new items, there’s an assortment of fried, savory goodness for all taste buds. The new stand…
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‘Hoods: Get Fresh Away from the Bustle in Seal Beach

Garden District The name of this new juice bar makes sense as soon as you walk through the door: Sunlight beams down through skylights onto lush green plants lining the walls. The menu also features greens in its fresh, organic juices ($7 to $11), such as the Green Street, a blend of kale, spinach, apple,…
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Interested in Working with HICAP? HICAP Volunteer Coordinator Position is Open...

Interested in fulfilling work, working with dedicated and passionate staff and volunteers helping people understand and navigate Medicare? If so, this Volunteer Coordinator position at the Alameda County Health Insurance Counseling and Advocacy Program (HICAP) may be the perfect fit for you. See the job description and application details for more information.
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Smile Direct Club: Reviews, Costs & Discount Code (Get $100 OFF)

Everyone wants a straight, white, healthy smile. But not everyone can afford it (or they think they can’t afford it). And SmileDirectClub understands this because they made an entire business ... Read more The post Smile Direct Club: Reviews, Costs & Discount Code (Get $100 OFF) appeared first on Authority Dental.
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Smile Direct Club: An Effective, Simple Way To Straighten Your Teeth

Everyone wants a straight, white, healthy smile. But not everyone can afford it (or they think they can’t afford it). And SmileDirectClub understands this because they made an entire business ... Read more The post Smile Direct Club: An Effective, Simple Way To Straighten Your Teeth appeared first on Authority Dental.
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Golpa G4 Implants Solution: Procedure, Cost & Reviews

You might have thought, “Boy, I wish they could improve and expedite the All-On-4 dental implant process.” I mean, who hasn’t thought that? Well, a new procedure called G4 Implants ... Read more The post Golpa G4 Implants Solution: Procedure, Cost & Reviews appeared first on Authority Dental.
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Uncharted waters ahead for Albemarle’s returning algae blooms

By Emily Davis After an absence of 25 to 30 years, large-scale algae blooms are back in parts of the Chowan River, Edenton Bay, Albemarle Sound and Little River, and counties are looking to the state for help. On July 5, the N.C. Department of Environmental Quality, Division of Water Resources re-issued a warning to…
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Lower Cape Fear River no longer classified as “swamp water”

By Greg Barnes  An impaired 15-mile stretch of the lower Cape Fear River below Wilmington will no longer be classified as swamp water. The state Environmental Management Commission on Thursday granted a petition filed by the Southern Environmental Law Center — on behalf of Waterkeeper Alliance and Cape Fear River Watch — to scrap the…