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Wake County Opens Cooling Stations to Offer Relief from Extreme Heat

With the heat index expected to top 100 degrees this week, Wake County is opening temporary cooling stations for those who don’t have a place to seek relief from soaring temperatures. The cooling stations opened July 6 and offer residents a safe reprieve through Friday evening.

Wake County Opens Cooling Stations to Protect Residents from Extreme Heat

With heat index values expected to reach triple digits this week, Wake County is opening temporary cooling stations for those who don’t have a place to seek relief from soaring temperatures. The cooling stations will open today and offer residents a safe reprieve through Friday evening when the heat wave is predicted to subside.

High-Speed Internet Access Now More Affordable for Wake County Residents

In Wake County, one of the challenges for residents needing high-speed internet access is affordability. The new federal Affordable Connectivity Program will help address that challenge by reducing internet service costs by up to $30/month.

Annual Challenge Encourages Water Conservation and a Chance to Win Prizes

Durham residents interested in saving water, energy, money, and winning prizes should sign up now for this month’s Pledge for Water Conservation. City of Durham Mayor Elaine O’Neal is encouraging all city residents to take their pledge at mywaterpledge.com from April 1-30.
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