Nov 21


Nov 21

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Food Pantry Holiday Chefs Challenge promises creativity, fun

Here’s how it works: 10 area chefs have 60 minutes to cook a delectable dish using anything that is on a list of items that the Beach Food Pantry has in stock, with one of the items having to be a canned.

16 hrs


Holly Days bazaar offers great gifts from the heart and home

Why not get into the real Christmas spirit by choosing hard-to-replicate gifts made right here on the Outer Banks, knowing every dollar helps a local church continue its commitment of community service to our community outreach.

Nov 18


Dare County accepting donations for Foster Children’s Fund

The Dare County Department of Health & Human Services is accepting monetary donations to the Foster Children’s Fund to provide gifts to children in foster care at Christmastime and throughout the year.

16 hrs


Help Nags Head plan the new Dowdy Park this Thursday

Nags Head is encouraging citizens to attend the first public meeting for the Dowdy Park design, which will be held on Thursday, Nov. 20 at 5:30 p.m. in the Board of Commissioners meeting room.

Nov 17

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Pet and family photos with Santa this Saturday in Moyock

Santa Claus will be at PJ's Elite Thrift Store on Saturday, Nov. 22, for photos with families and their pets for greeting cards, sponsored by the Currituck Animal Lovers Assistance League, Inc.

Nov 18


Yellowstone resource director to lead Outer Banks Group

Dave Hallac has managed the Yellowstone Center for Resources for the past three years. He will start his new assignment at Cape Hatteras in early January 2015, according to a National park Service statement.

Nov 16


SPCA Pet of the Week: Raven

She was very depressed, sick and refusing to eat on being surrendered at the shelter. After weeks of specialized care, she regained her appetite, health and above all, her loving and happy personality.

Nov 17

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First Flight falls to Newton-Conover in soccer state final

For a second straight year, First Flight came up short in its bid for a men's soccer state championship as the Nighthawks were defeated by Newton Conover, 2-0, in the 2A title game in Raleigh.

Nov 15


Children’s art endowment memorializes the late Jim Wood

The Jim Wood Endowment for Children’s Arts was created in memory of the late Jim Wood, a bank trust officer, community philanthropist and self-taught painter who lived on the Outer Banks from 1985 to 1993.

Nov 11

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DCAC calls for applications for Veterans Writing Project

The Dare County Arts Council is seeking applications for a creative writing workshop that will be taught by veterans, for veterans and active duty service members. The workshop returns for the second year on Nov. 15 and 16

Nov 13


First Flight clinches back-to-back regional soccer titles

The weather was much different from a year ago, but the result was the same as First Flight won the 2A East Region for a second straight year over Carrboro, 4-0. The Nighthawks will play for the state championship Saturday in Raleigh.

Nov 11

Va. Dare BPW to present ‘Kiss the Chaos Goodbye’

The Virginia Dare Business Professional Women's Club has announced their 17th annual women's symposium to be held November 14 at the Ramada Plaza in Kill Devil Hills. This year's theme is "Kiss the Chaos Goodbye" and the focus is on balancing family and careers.

Nov 13


Lower Currituck VFD Turkey Shoot set for Nov. 15

The Lower Currituck Volunteer Fire Department is organizing its 3rd Annual Turkey Shoot and Family Fun Day Nov. 15 from 3 to 9 p.m. at the LSI Marine Construction in Grandy.

Nov 12


Historian to portray Teddy Roosevelt and Walter Raleigh

Jenkinson was featured prominently in the Ken Burns documentary The Roosevelts. He was one of the several historians Burns consulted as he developed chapters on the life of our 26th president.

Nov 11


Fee hikes considered for Wright Brothers, Hatteras camping

The National Park Service is proposing going to a per-vehicle rate of $15 a car or $10 per motorcycle in 2015 at Wright Brothers, and the admission would be good for a seven-day period.

Nov 10