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Noon News 1-18-21 MLK Day; Food Drive; Basketball Tournament; Food Giveaway; Hiring Event

Noon News 1-18-21 MLK Day; Food Drive; Basketball Tournament; Food Giveaway; Hiring Event

Stories include: – MLK Day – Food Drive at Perry Library – 3 on 3 basketball tournament – Food giveaways/covid testing – hiring event For full details and audio click play. WIZS Radio · Noon News 1-18-21 MLK Day; Food Drive; Basketball Tournament; Food Giveaway; Hiring Event  
Why I Got the COVID-19 Vaccine by Adrian Ogle

Why I Got the COVID-19 Vaccine by Adrian Ogle

Submitted by Adrian Ogle, Chief of Staff, Maria Parham Health For most of us, this past holiday season was unlike any other we have experienced. Instead of the typical hustle and bustle of holiday parties, family gatherings and being surrounded by those we love – this year was just different. I know for me personally,
Hollander Virtual Hiring Event January 19th

Hollander Virtual Hiring Event January 19th

WIZS has been asked to announce, by the Kerr-Tar Regional Council of Governments’ Workforce Development Board, Hollander Sleep Products is holding a virtual hiring event. It will take place Tuesday, January 19 at 11 a.m. Visit the Weebly events page to register.  (https://ncworkskt.weebly.com) You can join for this hiring event with Hollander Sleep Products to
Tar River Regional Hazard Mitigation Plan Meeting Jan 28th

Tar River Regional Hazard Mitigation Plan Meeting Jan 28th

There will be a public meeting on Thursday, Jan. 28 to discuss updates to the Tar River Regional Hazard Mitigation Plan, which covers Franklin, Granville, Vance and Warren counties. The virtual meeting is scheduled for 10 a.m. and will discuss next steps to update the hazard mitigation plan. The plan outlines steps to prepare, respond
IRS Warns About New Wave of Covid Scams

IRS Warns About New Wave of Covid Scams

— press release IRS Criminal Investigation warns North Carolina taxpayers about new wave of COVID-19 scams as second round of Economic Impact Payments are delivered The Internal Revenue Service’s Criminal Investigation Division (IRS-CI) is warning North Carolina taxpayers about a new wave of COVID-19-related scams as the agency delivers the second round of Economic Impact
Noon News 1-15-21 Payroll Protection; Food Drive; Food Insecurities; Shannon Christmas; Mick Mixon

Noon News 1-15-21 Payroll Protection; Food Drive; Food Insecurities; Shannon Christmas; Mick Mixon

Stories include: – Payroll Protection is now underway – Democratic Party holding local food drive – Food insecurities addressed with food drives- – Shannon Christmas’ TownTalk appearance – Mick Mixon on SportsTalk For details and full audio click play. WIZS Radio · Noon News 1-15-21 Payroll Protection; Food Drive; Food Insecurities; Shannon Christmas; Mick Mixon
Mt. Moriah A. M. E. Zion Church Partnership to Fight Food Insecurity

Mt. Moriah A. M. E. Zion Church Partnership to Fight Food Insecurity

— from Linda T. Bristow Mt. Moriah A. M. E. Zion Church is continuing its partnership with Livingstone College and the NC Department of Health and Human Services Office of Minority to fight food insecurities in Henderson, Vance County, NC and surrounding areas. Two additional community outreach initiatives are scheduled. The first is on MLK
Vance County Democratic Party Collecting Food for ACTS and The Help Center

Vance County Democratic Party Collecting Food for ACTS and The Help Center

The Vance County Democratic Party will be honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on Monday. In observance and honor of MLK, the VCDP will be collecting non-perishable foods for those in need in Vance County. Proceeds and items will be delivered to ACTS and The Help Center of Vance County. You can drop off items
Anyone 65 and Older Eligible to Sign Up for Covid Vaccine

Anyone 65 and Older Eligible to Sign Up for Covid Vaccine

— news release courtesy of ncdhhs.gov The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services announced today that vaccine providers that are ready to expand may vaccinate all health care workers and anyone 65 years and older. “Doctors, hospitals and local health departments are working hard to get people vaccinated. There may be a wait,
Noon News 1-14-21 Vaccine Protocol; Covid 19 Update; Granville Co. Extension Service

Noon News 1-14-21 Vaccine Protocol; Covid 19 Update; Granville Co. Extension Service

Noon News for 14 Jan. 2021. Stories include: – Covid 19 vaccine protocol – Covid 19 update – Granville County Extension Service For full details and audio click play. WIZS Radio · Noon News 1-14-21 Vaccine Protocol; Covid 19 Update; Granville Co. Extension Service  
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