• 11:57 am Bladen’s Best of the Best for 2019
  • 11:35 am Updated news about Bladen County Election Investigations
  • 9:16 pm Hurricane Florence: Poverty lies in storm path in North Carolina
  • 9:04 pm NC gerrymandering: Some GOP supported redistricting reform
  • 9:01 pm This Day in History for February 17
  • 8:58 pm Public Hearing for General Swine Permit is Tuesday
  • 5:11 pm Bladen County Historical Places Desserette
We have only received updates from Bladen County Schools, Emereau: Bladen and Bladen Community College at this time regarding their schedules starting Monday.
Bladen County Schools posted the following on their Facebook page regarding school closings:

Please share: With continued severe impacts to our area from Hurricane Florence, Bladen County Schools will be closed beginning Monday, September 17 until further notice. We will reassess the status of our buildings by Friday to make a determination as to when schools can reopen.

Shelters at East Arcadia Elementary, East Bladen High School, Elizabethtown Middle School, and West Bladen High School remain open but are operating with limited power and food.

Additionally, many roads throughout Bladen and surrounding counties are impassable due to flood waters.

Continue to monitor local news outlets for updates and any status changes to the schools.

Due to Hurricane Florence, Emereau: Bladen Charter School will be closed until further notice.
Bladen Community College wrote:
Bladen Community College will be CLOSED through Tuesday, September 18th due to Hurricane Florence. Updates will be distributed through our ReGroup messaging system, on the college website, college social media, and through area media outlets.