Emergency management officials are urging
As you fill up on bottled water, gas and batteries, you'll want to stock up on information, too. But what information is most accurate? How can you tell? What do you trust?
The News-Journal pulled together a list of official resources for
There are lots of guides and checklists out there about how to prepare for a hurricane.
If you don't know where to start, check the ones offered online by
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Additionally, check The News-Journal's Storm Prep Checklists for information and advice from experts.
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Plus, the county will post updates about safety, shelter, sandbags and the storm's progress on their website.
Residents can also get that information on Facebook and Twitter by following @FlaglerEOC.
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In addition to weather updates, the News-Journal will continue to publish information about how the storm is impacting local residents, businesses and institutions. For information on school closures, photos of damage and updates on the storm's impact in the days weeks and months to come, follow the News-
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