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Jun 20

Bluesman Mojo Collins awarded Order of the Long Leaf Pine

“I cried. I broke down,” musician Mojo Collins said, describing his reaction when he received the Order of the Long Leaf Pine at Liberty Church on June 2. The honor, which is highest civilian award granted by the Office of the Governor, highlights a remarkable career and lifetime. It was fitting that the award was […]

Jun 20


Jun 15

Robert “Rob” S. Pate of Nags Head, June 12

Rob graduated from Lake Placid High School in Florida, where he excelled in sports. Later in life Rob became an avid golfer. No local services are planned at this time. Condolences may be expressed online at www.gallopfuneralservices.com.

Jun 15


Jun 15

Veronica Victoria Rodriguez of Nags Head, June 8

Veronica loved her family and friends and did anything she could to help out. She also loved her cats and spoiled them like her babies. Loved by everyone, Veronica enjoyed having long conversations full of laughter and great memories.

Jun 15


Jun 15

More than 5,000 passengers have hitched a ride on new ferry

The Ferry Division receives daily reports on the number of passengers, and has also been keeping track of user feedback during the ferry’s first three weeks of operation. As a result of these comments, the NCDOT will be tweaking the ferry schedule slightly

Jun 15


Jun 16

Outer Banks Mom: Free adventures await

So, other than the beach, what is there to do on the Outer Banks? I’ve been asked this question a hundred times and the truth is, there are so many options, you’re sure to find amazing places to explore.

Jun 16


Jun 13

What the flood! Quiz helps Americans understand insurance

The National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) released a new online quiz, "What the Flood!," as part of its #YourRiskIsReal campaign, an ongoing effort to educate consumers about flood risks and the need to consider purchasing flood insurance.

Jun 13


Jun 14

Video: Take a dive into the Graveyard of the Atlantic

The Outer Banks of North Carolina has as the Graveyard of the Atlantic, and there are estimates approaching 3,000 shipwrecks along the islands, going back to the first English settlements in America.

Jun 14


Jun 13

Henderson man sought in break-in at Kitty Hawk Handy Hugo

James Garrett Boggs is wanted for felony breaking and entering , felony farceny and felony possession of stolen goods, in connection with a break-in at the Handee Hugo in Kitty Hawk at N.C. 12 and Ocean Boulevard.

Jun 13


Jun 16

Mike Hollowell named Dare County Employee of the Month

Hollowell began working as a custodian at the Dare County Justice Center in February 2005. Prior to his current position, he worked as a Detention Officer with the Dare County Sheriff’s Office from 1992 through 2004.

Jun 16


Jun 12

Paul Jason Peyton of Wanchese, June 7

Jason was a life-long waterman and commercial fisherman. At home, Jason was also a skilled hunter and took great pride in his ability to feed his family and live independently off his land.

Jun 12


Jun 12

Virginia J. Eubank of Kill Devil Hills, June 9

Virginia loved following the busy activities of her three grandchildren and six great-grandchildren while filling her days as an avid reader and lover of early American period novels.

Jun 12


Jun 13

Update: Pipe leak shifts beach work away from south end

ontractor Great Lakes has moved the dredge Ellis Island, which was working in that area, north to pump sand onto the beach along with the Liberty Island near Milepost 12.5.

Jun 13