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The Fresh Market opened its doors to the public Wednesday, and to welcome customers, the store cracked an 80-pound wheel of Parmesan from Reggiano, Italy to share.
Warning: If you make this for someone’s birthday cake, they will expect it every year. I have certain friends who always remind me when their birthday is coming up, just so I won’t forget to make this for them.
Seismic surveys are necessary in determining where oil and gas are underlying the Atlantic and just as importantly for siting offshore renewable projects.
The council signed off on a site plan Monday night with the condition that the bottom deck remain open and be used only as a waiting area in the flood-prone neighborhood. Plans call for a second-story dining area.
The state's commerce department apparently doesn't think "First In Flight" is a strong enough brand. So a new slogan is going to encourage more people to vacation in Ocracoke rather than Myrtle Beach?
Vidant Health made a surprise announcement Thursday that is a huge boost to local efforts to keep Pungo Hospital in Belhaven open, and will contribute $1 million to the plan spearheaded by Mayor Adam O'Neal.
If one had to choose an entity that delayed the project the longest time, it would have to be the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and local management of the Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge.
Carnitas means “little meats.” For pork aficionados, carnitas are a favorite in Mexico, particularly in the Michoacan state, whose carnitas are considered the best.
The Outer Banks Chamber of Commerce and the Northeastern Workforce Development Board invite you to participate in the OBX Success Job and Career Fair Weekend Friday and Saturday, March 28 and 29 at Jennette's Pier.
Russian-born Yulia Vozzhaeva is on a full academic scholarship at Yale. She graduated from COA last spring with her Associate’s Degree in Arts and a perfect 4.0 GPA.
Brett Barley found some fine winter surf earlier this year near the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse in Buxton. More photos by Ben Gallop.
Triggerfish is a somewhat flat, angular, disk-shaped fish that lives in relatively shallow coastal waters, especially around reefs and rocky ledges. Some 40 species are known throughout the world’s oceans.