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Jul 28

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Jul 28


McKayla

Benefit set for young woman seriously hurt in accident

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.

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St. Andrews Old Nags Head Fish Fry events continue in July

If you want to savor some if the best fried fish on the Outer Banks, the St. Andrews annual summer Fish Fry events are just the ticket you need. St. Andrews will continue the tradition with a dinner July 28.

Jul 22


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Newly elected Board of Education members sworn in

New Board of Education members took the oath of office for the term that runs July 1, 2014 through June 30, 2018 on July 15 at the Administrative Offices in Nags Head. Ben Sproul was re-elected chairman and Bea Basnight, vice-chair.

Jul 22


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College of The Albemarle’s PACE program takes off in Dare

The program’s first year went so well, plans are to eventually add it to COA’s Elizabeth City and Chowan campuses. Last August, four students made up the program’s first class.

Jul 17


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The Elizabethan Gardens recognizes its supporters

The Elizabethan Gardens and friends recently gathered to honor their supporters. Like many non-profits, they depend on membership, gifts, grants and other contributions in addition to their attraction revenue.

Jul 17


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Links Ladies raise $25,000 for breast cancer initiatives

Nags Head Golf Links was the scene of a successful Outer Banks charity event, “Driving Fore the Cure” May 31, when the Links Ladies hosted their annual all-women’s golf tournament and raised more than $25,000.

Jul 8


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Festival Park Performance Series presents ‘The Little Prince’

The production is sponsored by Friends of Elizabeth II. Tickets are $5 and may be purchased in advance at the Ticket Sales office at Roanoke Island Festival Park or the day of the event. Ages 5 and under are free.

Jul 15


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Currituck GOP forum for replacement commissioner candidates

The Currituck GOP is hosting a public forum Tuesday at 7 p.m. at the library in Barco for five candidates from District 4 being considered to run in a special election to replace retired county commissioner Kevin McCord.

Jul 15


Fundraiser at Kitty Hawk Kites for Dare softball all-star team

Stop by Kitty Hawk Kites this evening in Nags Head, have some fun and help the Dare County 10U softball all-star team be able to travel to the state tournament.

Jul 9


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Nags Head girl gets souvenir of a lifetime at U.S. Open

Sara Kelly and her father Patrick, both of Nags Head, were spectators at the U.S. Women's Open last month at Pinehurst #2, and the 8-year-old came home with a souvenir from eventual champion Michelle Wie.

Jul 1


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OBH program grants over $100,000 to local organizations

The grants equal more than $100,000 in support of community organizations. Funds are provided by the Vidant Health Foundation, with support from Chesapeake Regional Medical Center.

Jul 7


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Police cite 19 in pedestrian safety enforcement initiative

Twenty-two warnings were also issued to drivers who failed to stop for pedestrians trying to use crosswalks along N.C. 12 in Kill Devil Hills on Monday.

Jul 1

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Festival Park to present ‘You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown’

The production snapshots the creations of Charles Schultz at their best: Charlie Brown tries to fly a kite and play baseball, while Lucy opens her psychiatrist booth and flirts with Schroeder, who really plays the piano.

Jun 30


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More than 700 crawl, climb and conquer in Storm the Beach

More than 100 competitors in the 5-Miler lined up for their wave starts beginning at 7:40 a.m. running from Jennette’s Pier south, under the Outer Banks Pier to the turnaround point then north on the beach to the Finish.

Jun 29


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‘Fuel Up For Summer’ at Griggs Elementary through August

"Fuel Up For Summer" will be serving breakfast from 8:45 a.m. to 10 a.m., and lunch from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m., every Monday through Thursday until Aug. 7. The program is free for any child, age 18 and younger.

Jun 29