Stories Tagged "Outer Banks news"
A bill that would allow an expansion of the management plan of the Corolla wild horse population has been passed unanimously by the U.S. House. full story »
Two departures have been canceled for Wednesday, Feb. 8, due to a Coast Guard inspection of a vessel used on the route. full story »
A prescribed burn will take place today of approximately 662 acres north of the Bodie Island Lighthouse to south of the Navy radio tower. full story »
State Sen. Stan White announced Monday at a Democratic gathering that he will run for election to the seat he was appointed to a year ago. full story »
Police officer Andy Ennis says in an affidavit that he had filed a complaint against Kill Devil Hills Chief Gary Britt with District Attorney Frank Parrish. full story »
Three people were hoisted into a Coast Guard helicopter after their sailboat ran aground near a small island south of Stumpy Point over the weekend. full story »
Final management rules controlling access to the Cape Hatteras National Seashore will be published in the Federal register Monday and go into effect Feb. 15. full story »
Rocks and walls will be added over the next four to six weeks to protect the southern landing of the temporary N.C. 12 bridge, requiring temporary lane closures. full story »
Dare County Sheriff's deputies arrested Jeffrey Wade Midgett on Friday in connection with the discovery of marijuana plants at a Roanoke Island home. full story »
Almost three-fourths of North Carolina's counties saw a drop in their jobless rates from October to November, but Dare and Hyde counties have now moved into double-digits. full story »
Gasoline prices across the region have jumped by as much as a dime since a week ago, more than twice the 3.9-cent increase in the state's gas tax. full story »
Use of the publicly owned Windmill Point property by a carnival company would create unfair competition for local businesses.