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With our welcoming climate, exciting sports teams, a variety of museums and parks, great shops and restaurants, and emphasis on history, Wake County has something to offer everyone! Learn more.
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Sign up to receive alerts about emergencies in your area, such as severe weather, unexpected road closures, missing persons and evacuations of buildings or neighborhoods, by email, text or phone.
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Over time, Hepatitis C can cause serious health problems including liver cancer. Hepatitis C can be treated. Make sure you get tested!
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The need for affordable housing is increasing, but the supply of affordable housing in Wake County is not growing fast enough to meet the demand. The Steering Committee on Affordable Housing will develop a 20-year plan to address this issue.
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Wake County Public Libraries will hold its 35th annual Storytelling Festival on Saturday, Sept. 30, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Historic Oak View County Park in Raleigh.
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You can’t tell if food is fully cooked just by looking at it. The only way to make sure your food is cooked to a safe temperature is to use a food thermometer. Learn more about what you can do to keep your food safe to eat when you “COOK.”

 



 

 

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