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Nov 19

Leisure Activities specialist is Dare Employee of the Month

Kelli Miller, leisure activities specialist with Dare County’s Department of Parks and Recreation Northern Beach Division, is the November Dare County Employee of the Month.

Nov 19


Nov 19

Currituck Cooperative Extension hires new agriculture agent

Jody Carpenter has brought a lifetime of experience in participating in Extension education programs to Currituck County, where he’s been hired as the county’s newest Cooperative Extension agriculture agent.

Nov 19


Nov 19

Country Deli: Santa’s in town for photos with kids

Starting Wednesday, Nov. 29, and every Wednesday until Dec. 20, Santa Claus will be on site from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Each child will receive a free 5 x 7 photo and a sweet treat.

Nov 19


Nov 18

First Flight soccer falls in title match to Newton-Conover

Despite losing their starting goaltender to a thumb injury in pregame warm-ups, the Nighthawks gave a valiant effort in a 1-0 loss in the 2A NCHSAA state championship match in Raleigh on Saturday.

Nov 18


Nov 18

Kill Devil Hills restocks supply of beach driving permits

Seasonal permits are $25 and temporary permits are $10, good for 14 days. Kill Devil Hills and Nags Head have a reciprocal program that allows a KDH beach driving permit holder to drive on Nags Head beaches and vice versa.

Nov 18


Nov 17

Canvass confirms all but one election; Wickre to get recount

Marthe Wickre finished two votes behind Richie Burke in Manteo, within the 1 percent margin needed for a recount, the canvass by the Dare County Board of Elections showed. Unofficial results Nov. 7 put the margin at three.

Nov 17


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Nov 16

Fisheries panel sets cobia limit; backtracks on closure date

The recreational limit will be one cobia per person per day, with a minimum fork length of 36 inches. Charter boats will be limited to a maximum of four fish per vessel and private boats two per vessel. The season will remain open all year.

Nov 16


Nov 16

Ben Douglas’ Crooked Frame Gallery: Fire Dancers

We introduce a new Voice feature: Ben Douglas' Crooked Frame Gallery. Ben, officially known as Benito Douglas, is a student at College of The Albemarle and a waiter at the SaltBox Cafe on Colington Island.

Nov 16


Nov 16

Nags Head Lions Club flea market set for Nov. 18

The Nags Head Lions Club will host a benefit Fall Flea Market Saturday Nov. 18, 2017 from 8 am to 2 pm at Ocean View Baptist Church at 902 South Virginia Dare Trail in Kill Devil Hills, NC.

Nov 16


Nov 16

Red tape complicates plan for more sand on Nags Head beach

Starting beach re-nourishment by next summer will need a lot of working parts to mesh on a tight timeline that includes the endorsement of a Congressional committee, town commissioners were told Wednesday night

Nov 16


Nov 15

Game time set for 2A men’s soccer state championship

First Flight, the defending 2A state champion and winners of the East Region title for the fourth time in the last five years, faces West Region champion Newton-Conover this Saturday at 2:05 p.m. at N.C. State University.

Nov 15