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COVID 19 updated numbers and new testing sites

Reported from Cumberland County August 18th, 2020:   “The Department of Public Health reports 117 new COVID-19 cases and one additional death since the Friday report. Cumberland County’s case count is now 3,647 with 56 deaths. The resident who died was in their 70s, lived in a congregate living setting and had underlying health conditions. [ … ] Read More »

How to keep up with trusted resources and find help during the COVID-19

From Gov. Cooper’s office on August 14th, 2020 “Information is changing rapidly, this update is current as of August 14, 2020: It’s important to rely on trusted sources of information about COVID-19. Text COVIDNC to 898211 to receive general information and updates about COVID-19 and North Carolina’s response. Dial 2-1-1 provides free, confidential information and [ … ] Read More »

Childcare help for parents of school aged children

August 14th, 2020 North Carolina families in need of childcare can call the child care hotline 1-888-600-1685 to be connected with child care options in their communities for school-age children up to age 12. “Remote learning and new school schedules present challenges if you are a working parent. This resource can help make sure children [ … ] Read More »

NCCARE360 available for NC residents

Don’t forget to utilize the NCCARE360 that was made live in June for NC residents.   Healthcare and Human Resources all on one website. And it is FREE. Click on the image below to be re-directed.  

Childcare available for up to ages 12 for school year

Families of Cumberland County School children can call the child care hotline (1-888-600-1685) to find local care options for infants through children age 12. The child care hotline is a partnership with NC’s Child Care Resource and Referral Network. There are 30,000 slots available.

Free testing site Weds. August 12th for Spring Lake

Residents who are in need of assistance can call NC 2-1-1 for help in locating local resources. Please click on the photo below for more information:   CLICK HERE FOR ALL COVID-19 RELATED NEWS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS.

Cumberland County School Curb Side Meal Operations begin August 17th, 2020

Curb-Side Meal Operations beginning Aug 17, 2020: Alderman Road Elementary Armstrong Elementary Bill Hefner Elementary Brentwood Elementary C. Wayne Collier Elementary Cape Fear High Cliffdale Elementary College Lakes Elementary Cumberland Mills Elementary Cumberland Road Elementary District 7 Elementary Douglas Byrd Middle E. Melvin Honeycutt Elementary E.E. Miller Elementary * E.E. Smith High Ed V. Baldwin [ … ] Read More »

The Three W’s: Wear a mask or a face covering Wait at least 6 ft. apart when in pubic Wash your hands throughout the day or sanitize  Spring Lake’s Town Hall offices continue to be closed to the public. All departments may be reached by phone or email Monday-Thursday from 7:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m., and our [ … ] Read More »

Governor Roy Cooper announces that North Carolina will remain in the Safer at Home Phase2 for another five weeks. For Executive Order 155 , please click here.           CLICK HERE FOR ALL COVID-19 NEWS and ANNOUNCEMENTS


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