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With no income coming in and the medical bills steadily adding up, Mckayla's family and friends decided to put a benefit together for her and her family to help with medical bills, travel money and other expenses.
Construction of a 5,249-square-foot surgery unit addition to the Outer Banks Hospital is slated to begin in September and be completed sometime during late summer of 2015.
Cooking en papillote, or cooking in parchment paper is an under-appreciated technique and I want to change that.
While thousands on the beach watched the aerial explosions on a near-perfect summer night, three drones equipped with cameras were taking spectacular footage of this year's fireworks show at the Nags Head Fishing Pier.
Outer Banks resident Manveena Singh has built an impressive career in the world of commercial scents, including perfumes. She concerns about the health effects of many perfumes and other scented products we apply to our skin.
Gin Blossoms, Spin Doctors and Scars on 45 play Roanoke Island Festival Park in Manteo this Thursday, July 17, in the latest installment of the Brew Thru Live Summer Concert Series.
Rock 'n Roll Hall of Famers the Lovin' Spoonful headline the second show of the Live at the Waterside Concert Series on Sunday July 20. The latest incarnation of the Spoonful includes two of the founding members.
Last February, Resort Realty announced the opening of a new office on Hatteras Island. It marked the first entrance by a major Outer Banks real estate firm onto Hatteras Island in quite some time.
The location for Duck Donuts soon-to-open franchise in Richmond, Va. has been announced. RVANews.com reports the store will open this fall in the city's Near West End at The Shops at Willow Lawn.
If anything illustrates Ernie Foster’s fishing heritage on Hatteras Island, it’s the Albatross Fleet’s net house, a weathered wooden building near the family home and graveyard.
A healthy society benefits from the wisdom and institutional memory of its older citizens. Certainly, many of those leaders in their 50s, 60s and 70s today will remain active for years to come. But the future does belong to the younger generation.
Bruce Hornsby and the Noisemakers play Roanoke Island Festival Park in Manteo this Thursday, June 26. They’ll be joined by openers the Pat McGee Band and Chessboxer.