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Jan 18

Main roads generally clear; temperatures near 60 this weekend

Road crews made good progress clearing primary roads in the area Thursday, but U.S. 158 on the Outer Banks still had areas of slush and snow that refroze overnight. By midday, U.S. 158 was clear and dry. Sideroads were thawing out, but patches of ice, snow and such remained in shady areas. A high of […]

Jan 18


Jan 18

The Voice Podcast: Friday, January 19, 2018

You can hear Voice newscasts every weekday morning on Max Radio of the Carolina's stations Beach 104, 94.5 WCMS, 99.1 The Sound, and Classic Rock 104.9 & 92.3.

Jan 18


Jan 18

Jen Alexander of Colington to run for Board of Education

Alexander said: "Dare County deserves only the most committed advocates for our children. I am invested in our community’s children both as a parent of Dare County students and as a child mental health professional”

Jan 18


Jan 18

Weather closings, cancellations and delays for Friday

We'll post closings, cancellations and delays as we receive them. Send your information to news@outerbanksvoice.com.

Jan 18


Jan 18

Search underway for missing tow service captain in Pungo River

The 45-year-old man was reported missing after his 21-foot vessel capsized while towing a 47-foot recreational boat at approximately 1:20 a.m. Coast Guard, N.C. Wildlife and Beaufort County personnel are conducting the search.

Jan 18


Jan 18

While we slept, the snow piled up on the Outer Banks

 Videos by Sam Walker, The Outer Banks Voice A little behind schedule, an overnight storm delivered more than promised — between 7 and 10 inches of snow that covered primary and secondary roads on the Outer Banks and many inland areas at daybreak. U.S. 158 was virtually deserted this morning. Schools were closed and […]

Jan 18


Jan 17

Ray M. Midgett of Southern Shores, Jan. 17

After retiring as an auditor with the N.C. Department of Revenue, Midgett became active in politics, including a run for Dare County Board of Commissioners, and was publisher of a blog that often skewered local leaders.

Jan 17


Jan 17

Weather closings, cancellations and delays for Thursday

All court sessions scheduled for Dare County on Thursday, Jan. 18 have been cancelled. New court dates will be set and notifications for the new court dates will be mailed on Monday, Jan. 22.

Jan 17


Jan 17

Snow starts to pile up, winds crank up from latest storm

Heavy snow has started to fall across the region, and a winter storm warning has been extended into mid-Thursday morning by the National Weather Service for most of the Outer Banks.

Jan 17


Jan 16

Snow could be 2-4 inches; Dare schools closing 3 hours early

The National Weather Service offices in Wakefield and Morehead City say there is now a 70 percent chance of snow Wednesday and Wednesday night along the Outer Banks and inland, including Currituck County.

Jan 16


Jan 16

Photo gallery: Seal hits the beach in KDH for some sunshine

Several members of Jennette’s Pier staff who also volunteer for the Marine Mammal Stranding Network responded to a call for a seal who had “hauled out” on the beach just north of the Mariner and Sea Ranch hotels

Jan 16


Jan 16

Grace Catherine De Palma of Southern Shores, Jan. 14

Grace’s career in real estate started in Norfolk Va., eventually her career lead to opportunities in other areas including Virginia, Florida and then to the Outer Banks of North Carolina where she really did shine.

Jan 16