This Memorial Day weekend, TheatreNOW in Wilmington will feature a special brunch on Sunday, May 26th, from 1 p.m. until 3 p.m.Read More
Kings Dominion and Carowinds Parks are holding special events for the military.Read More
The Veterans Leadership Council of North Carolina-Cares is located in Butner, NC. It is there to serve transitioning and other veterans get the care and help they need.Read More
A new department Expense Sheet was added to the Downloadable Forms page. This revised form corrects some issues with entering data.Read More
Havelock News reports today on concerns about the VA’s plan to solve the claims backlog. Thomas Brennan of Halifax Media reported, “A local veterans organization is skeptical about a recent decision by the Department of Veterans Affairs to target claims older than a year for completion by 2015. Veterans whose claims fall in that time frame will be given a provisional rating and will have one year after receiving the rating to provide additional information before the VA issues a final decision…”Read More
The Columbus Dispatch is carrying a story today by Chris Adams of McClatchy Newspapers. It reports that there is a change in how the VA is tackling the huge backlog of VA claims…Read More
It has come to our attention an email is circulating the network asking for you to confirm your email address and password. Please note we do not ever ask you for this information so please do not open any links or emails that you do not recognize.Read More
Fayetteville VA Medical Center and the College of Health & Human Services at UNC Wilmington officially entered into an education affiliation agreement March 25.
All of the degree programs in the CHHS include a clinical, internship or field requirement in order to graduate.
Tuition assistance programs that aid hundreds of thousands of servicemembers in gaining college educations will be restored quickly with renewed funding from Congress, Defense Department officials said last week.Read More
A senator from North Carolina is calling on the VA for action in clearing up a logjam at the Veterans Benefits Administration office in Winston-Salem that has led to the second-longest wait time in the southeast region. Sen. Kay Hagan, D-N.C., says…Read More