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Jul 29


Hurricane forecasters checking out system in central Atlantic

A tropical depression is likely to form in the central Atlantic Ocean during the next couple of days, but its future path and strength are typically uncertain for a storm a week to 10 days away from concerning the U.S.

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Dominion turns on its first renewable microgrid in Kitty Hawk

The same wind that will provide energy steadily blew Friday in Kitty Hawk as dozens of dignitaries and Dominion North Carolina Power officials gathered to dedicate the company’s first renewable power grid.

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Legislator sees non-government alternative for Currituck span

Part two of our series of bringing our readers closer to what is happening in the General Assembly based on extended interviews with local legislators Rep. Paul Tine, D-Dare and Sen. Bill Cook, R-Beaufort.

Jul 24

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High seaside adventures

Outer Banks Scene is made by kids and made for kids. Two 9 year-old cousins host the shows, and an older cousin is the director and primary cameraman. The whole thing is overseen by Daddy/Uncle Doug.

Jul 26



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The new turtle rehab center

The STAR center is officially open at the North Carolina Aquarium on Roanoke Island and you can come see these amazing sea turtles for yourself.

Jul 11


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Benefit set for young woman seriously hurt in accident

With no income coming in and the medical bills steadily adding up, Mckayla's family and friends decided to put a benefit together for her and her family to help with medical bills, travel money and other expenses.

Jul 27


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New surgical unit to be added to The Outer Banks Hospital

Construction of a 5,249-square-foot surgery unit addition to the Outer Banks Hospital is slated to begin in September and be completed sometime during late summer of 2015.

Jul 16


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Paper! Paper! Eat all about it! Poisson en papillote

Cooking en papillote, or cooking in parchment paper is an under-appreciated technique and I want to change that.

Jul 21

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Sheila Davies will lead health division of Dare County DHHS

Davies, who is the mayor of KDH, takes over the post Oct. 13 and will serve in the official capacity of assistant Department of Health and Human Services director for health.

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Hurricane baby healthy after drama aired by Weather Channel

The Weather Channel’s on-site reporters did record one dramatic moment that catapulted an expectant mother into the national spotlight. And viewers here and across the nation were curious about how the story turned out.

Jul 25


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Boom was Navy; floating orbs apparently Chinese lanterns

A loud boom and floating orange orbs were the talk of the beach this morning, but we can safely confirm that UFOs are not just over the horizon. The Navy told WAVY news that the source of the boom was a training exercise offshore.

Jul 23


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New formula sinks Mid-Currituck Bridge, other local projects

According to state Rep. Paul Tine, the North Carolina Department of Transportation's District 1, which covers northeastern North Carolina, will not see any projects move forward under the new ranking system.

Jul 20


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Report of speeding car leads to arrest of three on drug charges

Cameron Chad Cofflin, 21, Charleton Blake Mays, 21, and Cody Edward Steuart, 23, from the Lynchburg-area, were arrested Tuesday evening in Currituck County on alleged drug possession charges.

Jul 24


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Suspected arson fire closes U.S. 158 rest area near Coinjock

The rest area operated by the North Carolina Department of Transportation on U.S. 158 in Currituck County has been closed after a fire was reported Sunday night inside the building south of Coinjock.

Jul 21


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Dredge arrives for touch-up work after Arthur blows out inlet

Two weeks ago, Hurricane Arthur blew out a clog in Oregon Inlet at the navigation span of the Bonner Bridge and now, a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers dredge is working to straighten out the channel.

Jul 18


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Beaumont, Bell to face off for Currituck commissioner seat

Republican Paul Beaumont will meet Horace Bell, an unaffiliated candidate, in a special election this November for the fourth district seat on the Currituck Board of Commissioners.

Jul 21


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