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Sep 12

Day At The Docks celebrates seafood with fun, food and more

This year's Day at the Docks on Sept. 15 and 16 includes even more free events than previous years about commercial fishing, the seafood on your plate, area maritime history and just an opportunity to have fun.

Sep 12


Sep 11

Marvin Demers plans run for re-election to Nags Head board

Key responsibilities have included leading the committee to rewrite the town Stormwater Ordinance, overseeing the Stormwater Management Strategic Area, and providing Board liaison to the committee to update the Parking Ordinance.

Sep 11


Sep 11

Rosie Hawthorne’s Recipes: Oh, the pastabilities

Imported Italian pasta is vastly superior to domestic pasta. One is able to cook the imported pasta to that perfect degree of toothy tenderness -- al dente. It swells considerably, meaning it will go farther.

Sep 11


Sep 10

Unexpected numbers of turtles found during nourishment

Since the late May start of the re-nourishment project in Duck until the end of July, 66 turtles had been safely scooped up by trawlers that clear the area in front of the working dredge to prevent incidental capture.

Sep 10


Sep 10

Teen swimmer reported missing Saturday evening off Buxton

The 17-year-old male was reported missing at 6:24 p.m. and was last seen north of the jetties, according to the National Park Service. A search was conducted using a helicopter and spotlights Saturday night, and resumed Sunday morning.

Sep 10


Sep 9

Warren C. Judge III Memorial Field dedicated at FFHS

The football facility at First Flight High School is now the Warren C. Judge III Memorial Field. The field was dedicated to Judge prior to the Friday, Sept. 1 game.

Sep 9


Sep 8

Julio Salvador Zafra Espino of Manteo, Sept. 8

Mr. Zafra worked as a butcher for 40 plus years until he came to the United States in 1992. Upon his arrival in the U.S., he worked at the Dunes Restaurant. Everyone knew him as “Papa” but to his family, he was known as “Papa Viejito.”

Sep 8


Sep 8

Berkley William “Butch” Burrus of Manteo, Sept. 2

Berkley William “Butch” Burrus, 56, of Manteo, NC passed away Saturday, September 2, 2017. He was the son of the late Nancy Atkins Burrus and Samuel Z. Burrus. A retired building contractor, Butch was well known as one of Dare County’s best finishers.

Sep 8


Sep 8

Hatteras ferry schedule changed due to vessel repairs

Due to mechanical issues on the M/V Frisco, the North Carolina Ferry Division’s Hatteras-Ocracoke route will be on an amended schedule until further notice, with 31 daily scheduled departures from each side of Hatteras Inlet.

Sep 8


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Sep 8


Sep 8

Worst of Irma’s wind and rain likely to avoid Outer Banks

The latest forecasts for record-breaking Hurricane Irma keep the strongest winds and heaviest rainfall well inland, with the Outer Banks only getting high surf into next week and some gusty showers and thunderstorms on Tuesday.

Sep 8


Sep 8

Spectrum services disrupted overnight by fiber optic cable cut

The outage has impacted cable television, internet and phone service on the Outer Banks and in northeastern N.C. from the company formerly known as Charter. Customers reported services were restored around 8:30 a.m.

Sep 8