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Boil Water Advisory, James B White Hwy N, Whiteville, North Carolina, USA

1 week ago

James B White Highway North, Whiteville, North Carolina, United States

Columbus County issues boil water advisory after damage to water line.The areas affected are Tart Road, James B. White Hwy North, Red Hill Road, Memory’s Corner, Plum Street, Peach Street, Pridgen Acres, Mrs. Tates Road, and Wooten’s Store Road.

Source: wect.com
Published: 2022-07-28

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