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Iconic NC resort closing until spring due to Hurricane Florence damage

bizjournals Thursday, 11 October 2018
One of North Carolina's best-known hotels will be closed for months due to damage from Hurricane Florence. The Blockade Runner Beach Resort, part of the Wrightsville Beach landscape for 55 years, announced Wednesday it will close for renovations and hopes to open in the early spring. “We made the decision following several weeks of analysis and assessments with engineers and experts,” said Mary Baggett, co-owner and operator of the resort with her brother, William Baggett. The decision is…
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News video: Hurricane Florence floods finally recede, leaves trail of damage behind

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Residents in the coastal Carolinas no longer face the threat of flooding, but are now dealing with the damage left behind after weeks of overflowing rivers and broken banks in the wake of Hurricane Florence. This video, filmed on Busbee Street in Conway, South Carolina on October 6, shows piles of...

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