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Feb 14

Claude Michel Dubresson of Colington, Feb. 12

A French immigrant to the United States in 1962 with sponsors, ahead of his wife and 5-year old daughter; this modern pioneer left a trail of inspiration to everyone whose path he crossed.

Feb 14


Feb 18

Another dead humpback whale washes onto the beach

A large humpback whale was discovered stranded on the beach in Corolla early Sunday, the second within six days to beach along the Outer Banks. Corolla Beach Rescue posted photos of the large whale near the Hampton Inn and Suites.

Feb 18


Feb 18

Currituck approves long-planned waterfront development

Plans for the waterfront community include a mix of townhouses, condos and single-family homes, along with a marina, ships’ store, and restaurant. Currituck County’s Board of Commissioners first approved the project more than a decade ago

Feb 18


Feb 17

The Chef Files: Richard Bruce, Top Palmer, Pigman’s BBQ

Richard Bruce, Top Palmer took over Pigman's

Feb 17


Feb 14

Netflix series ‘Tidying Up’ sparks joy at Hotline thrift stores

The show, which promises to help people “tidy their spaces by choosing joy,” may have contributed in an uptick of donations to Outer Banks Hotline’s five thrift stores, keeping staff busier than usual after the holidays.

Feb 14


Feb 13

Kristen Stilson is Dare County’s top employee for February

Kristen Stilson, GIS pecialist with the Department of Information Technology. She was instrumental in the redesign of Dare County's Global Information System over the past two years.

Feb 13


Feb 14

Frank Thomas “Tom” Wooten III of Manteo, Feb. 11

In 1966, Dr. Wooten joined the Research Triangle Institute as an engineer in the solid state laboratory. In 1983, he became vice-president of RTI, then president in 1989. He owned three patents in semiconductor devices.

Feb 14


Feb 14

Dare County Master Gardeners win international award

One of these first place projects, the Speakers Bureau, went on to receive an International Search for Excellence Award that will be presented at the 2019 International Master Gardener Conference.

Feb 14


Feb 16

Outer Banks Mom: The power in reviews

I think it’s so important to take a complaint directly to a business owner or manager and exercise that avenue before you make an online post or review that won’t likely even make it to a manager in order to help improve future service.

Feb 16


Feb 12

Jonathan Lee Walker of Coinjock, Feb. 8

A 2017 graduate of Fork Union Military Academy, he was the leading goal scorer on the FUMA lacrosse team in 2017 and among the top goal scorers in the state of Virginia his senior year. He also holds the school’s single-game goal scoring record.

Feb 12


Feb 12

Arnold G. Tolson Jr., Manteo native, Feb. 6

Arnold was raised in Manteo, NC where he developed into an expert waterman. He fished commercially and captained his own charter boat known as the Sea Whisperer for many years out of Oregon Inlet.

Feb 12


Feb 12

Dennis Paul Mabe of Nags Head, Feb. 4

He owned and operated Mabe’s Landscaping in association with Coleman’s Nursery in Portsmouth, VA and when he retired to Nags Head, NC, he established Mabe’s Landscaping on the Outer Banks.

Feb 12