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Learn about the awesome shorebirds project. 600 acres of reclaimed wetlands in the middle of the 64 square-mile Mattamuskeet Drainage Association.
According to Charter press releases and notices mailed to customers, the move is considered to be a service enhancement. But not everyone is happy with the upgrade.
Almost two years after a horrific beating that left his girlfriend virtually unrecognizable, a Kill Devil Hills man has pleaded guilty to a charge of first-degree sexual offense.
The latest effects from a seemingly never ending bout of wintry weather has for the most part disappeared on the Outer Banks, but inland counties are still dealing with icy conditions.
Falling temperatures behind a cold front Monday are likely to turn afternoon rain into sleet and freezing rain by nightfall. Some schools will be opening on a delayed schedule Tuesday.
The National Park Service said Thursday a four-wheel drive vehicle only detour will be set-up between Cape Point and Frisco when N.C. 12 at mile post 65 is closed the first weekend of March.
Transportation options to deal with the scheduled closure of N.C. 12 in Frisco the first weekend of March are being discussed, including allowing beach driving as detour and public transportation.
A pipe running under the road between Timber Drive and the go-kart track will be replaced starting Friday, Feb. 28th at 7 p.m.. The work will be completed by Monday, Mar. 3 at 6 a.m.
Temperatures were around 50 this morning and will drop to 35 degrees tonight with a westerly breeze of 22 to 24 mph. That might be chilly enough for snow to mix in with rain until around 8 p.m.
Rain, wind, higher temperatures and even a thunderstorm will wipe out what's left of the latest snowstorm if this morning's National Weather Service forecast plays out over the next 24 hours.
Yet another coastal storm collided with sub-freezing temperatures Tuesday to deliver over a half foot of snow in some mainland areas and more misery than residents of the Outer Banks might have bargained for.
Forecasters say the Outer Banks will see snow, sleet, freezing rain and then just a cold rain from a pair of systems crossing the area between now and Thursday, but how much of the wintry precipitation is still uncertain.