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Nov 15

Marine Fisheries panel to vote on cobia regulations Thursday

Cobia regulations for recreational anglers for 2018 is on the agenda of the N.C. Marine Fisheries Commission meeting, which continues Thursday morning at the Hilton Garden Inn in Kitty Hawk.

Nov 15


Nov 15

Steel Wheels to bring stellar harmonies to Forum concert

The band draws on the Blue Ridge Mountains' traditions of folk music and string bands, and will perform Nov. 18 as part of the Outer Banks Forum for the Lively Arts concert series.

Nov 15


Nov 15

Grant to help pay new theater educator at The Lost Colony

The Roanoke Island Historical Association has been awarded a $2,000 grant to hire a coordinator for The Lost Colony’s educational outreach programs.

Nov 15


Nov 15

Golf cart ready for those who need a ride at Jennette’s Pier

The new "shark cart" will be used by Jennette’s Pier's security staff to transport elderly, injured or otherwise immobile people out on the pier. You can call ahead if you need a ride.

Nov 15


Nov 15

Aerial wildlife surveys of offshore wind farm site start soon

The surveys will gather data on birds, marine mammals, sharks, fish, turtles, and other marine species in an area of almost 10,000 square nautical miles, giving scientists an unparalleled understanding of the area’s wildlife.

Nov 15


Nov 14

Dare Arts Council adds intern to Power of Art program

Dare County Arts Council is building on its existing Power of Art program, and UNC-Chapel Hill senior Bianca Gartner has joined the arts council’s staff as an intern to assist with the program’s development.

Nov 14


Nov 14

Defending champs First Flight back in soccer state title game

Vega Sproul banged in a header during a mad scramble in front of the net with 28 minutes left in the second half, giving First Flight the only goal it needed to win the 2A Men's Soccer East Region Championship, 1-0, over East Duplin.

Nov 14


Nov 14

Richard Nugent, formerly of Southern Shores, Nov. 13

Richard Nugent, a former longtime resident of Southern Shores, NC, was born on October 8, 1931 and passed away on November 13, 2017. Richard was 86, and proudly served in the United States Marines before embarking on a successful law career. He was predeceased by his wife Maureen and his son Mathew.

Nov 14


Nov 14

Charles “Chuck” Leslie Smith of Nags Head, Nov. 9

A proud veteran, Chuck served in the U.S. Army during the Korean War. In business and sales all his life, he became co-owner of Cove Realty after moving to the Outer Banks 40 years ago.

Nov 14


Nov 14

Herndon Hunt Riddle of Nags Head, Nov. 12

Hunt was a talented vocalist and enjoyed much of his spare time singing karaoke with his dedicated fans at The Jolly Roger Restaurant -- where he also worked for 20 years.

Nov 14


Nov 14

Lois Evans Jackson of Nags Head, Nov. 11

Lois’ favorite times were spent on the beach with friends fishing, tanning, and searching for collectible beach glass. She was a member of the NC Beach Buggy Association, Nags Head Surf Fishing Club and a founding member of the Raisin Rods Surf Fishing Team. She will be fondly remembered for her famous pickles and fruit cake cookies.

Nov 14


Nov 14

Ricardo Estrada Benites of Kill Devil Hills, Nov. 11

Ricardo Estrada Benites, 70 passed away among friends and family Nov. 11 in Shawboro, NC after battling cancer. "Ricky" as many knew him was born in Peru. After emigrating to the USA he worked successfully in the professional painting business.

Nov 14