The move throws our little community into the national debate on whether armed school resource officers have a place among our youngest students.
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On her own since 1968, prodigal daughter returns home to parents after marriage hits the rocks.
Following are Nags Head Mayor Bob Oakes’s comments as the lone dissenter on the town’s budget for fiscal year 2013-2014: First, I’d like to compliment Mr. (Town Manager Cliff) Ogburn on the budget process this year. The Board received a proposed budget that was presented well, and offered a well formed vision for the town. Read More…
At midlife we are realizing our own mortality as we watch our bodies age and our parents move closer to their deaths.
Bill aims for economic benefits Legislation introduced in the N.C. House several weeks ago has saltwater recreational anglers cheering while in-shore commercial fishermen are booing the solons in Raleigh. full story » In this edition of The Voice we have printed a letter submitted to media outlets by Stephen Ammons on behalf of Rip Woodin Read More…
Keeping up with the Joneses after inheritance moves family to upscale neighborhood puts daughter on edge.
Legislation introduced in the N.C. House several weeks ago has saltwater recreational anglers cheering while in-shore commercial fishermen are booing the solons in Raleigh. This jubilation or anger, depending on which group is talking, was created by HB 983 that would give game fish status to speckled trout, red drum and estuarine striped bass. This Read More…
We cannot change our past, of course, but each of us has an innate human ability to change our present and our future.
In response to an article that ran in the Outer Banks Voice on April 30, Dr. David Herman, president and CEO of Vidant Health, has offered a letter addressed to Dare County residents to clarify comments provided to the Voice. As background, on April 15 the Voice called Vidant and followed up with an e-mail Read More…
Evidence to date doesn’t seem to indicate the region is losing tourism dollars from the traffic jams on summer weekends.
Once the epicenter of the no-fun zone, Nags Head has come a long way in giving visitors and residents a pretty cool town.
An unexpected pregnancy brings three babies back home. Nana need to set rules for the young family.
Husband’s obsession with setting sail at every opportunity has stirred up some turbulence in couple’s relationship.
Regardless of how much you love your husband, it is not your place to protect him from his father’s selfish behavior.