Another shorebird is a candidate for status as a threatened species, but some protections already in place might help safeguard the species, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service says.
A rumor that a Harris Teeter would be built in the area of town where Pamlico Jack's restaurant now stands eventually led to a town forum last week to discuss zoning along the Nags Head soundfront.
One-stop early voting for the 2014 primaries in North Carolina begins Thursday at county board of elections offices and satellite locations. The early voting period ends on Saturday, May 3.
A safe investigators have confirmed was stolen from Currituck BBQ last December was pulled from the water today near Colington. A Sheriff's Office boat with side-scan sonar was used to find the safe in about 8 feet of water.
Investigators have found no evidence that anyone had assaulted a cab driver who died a week after suffering a serious head injury in Colington Harbour. The Sheriff's Office, however, is still asking anyone with information to step forward.
Currituck deputies have arrested six more suspects stemming from a massive drug-related round up that followed an investigation spanning more than a year. Earlier, 23 arrests were made.
Hatteras and Ocracoke islands were plunged into a blackout for around five hours early Monday, after the failure near the temporary/forever bridge at New Inlet on Pea Island.
The N.C. Division of Marine Fisheries calculates that red drum landings between Sept. 1 and Nov. 23 totaled 260,866 pounds, exceeding the annual harvest limit by 10,866 pounds.
The history of the Wright brothers will live on in the N.C. Museum of History now that the full-scale reproduction of the 1911 glider soars above the atrium after years of the foyer being vacant.
The team listened to 208 Dare County residents and their suggestions for suitable measures for coastal management and the long-term health of the local economy. About 40 Hatteras Islanders participated.
Two Virginia Beach residents were arrested minutes after the robbery Thursday of the Towne Bank of Currituck in the village of Camden. The call came in shortly before 5 p.m.
Becky Forrest of Grandy plans to use the $150,000 she won playing the lottery’s new Caesars game to pay bills and share with her family. After state and federal taxes were withheld, she received a check for $103,801.
Firefighters from multiple departments were battling a fire at the Wings store in Duck this morning. The fire was reported around 7:20 a.m. in the 1100 block of Duck Road, which was closed in both directions.