Stories by Outer Banks Voice

First Flight soccer falls in title match to Newton-Conover

Despite losing their starting goaltender to a thumb injury in pregame warm-ups, the Nighthawks gave a valiant effort in a 1-0 loss in the 2A NCHSAA state championship match in Raleigh on Saturday.

Nov 18


Kill Devil Hills restocks supply of beach driving permits

Seasonal permits are $25 and temporary permits are $10, good for 14 days. Kill Devil Hills and Nags Head have a reciprocal program that allows a KDH beach driving permit holder to drive on Nags Head beaches and vice versa.

Nov 18


Virginia Dare Bridge rehab work flipped to westbound side

The closure of the westbound lanes will take place Mondays through Thursdays until Dec 13. West U.S. 64 traffic is being routed along a detour through Manteo, across the William B. Umstead Bridge, to Manns Harbor.

Nov 14


Teen, juvenile face charges after KDH vehicle break-ins

Skye Bland, 17, of Colington Harbour was arrested Thursday on a total of 18 alleged counts and was held under $140,000 bond. Juvenile petitions for similar charges have been submitted against an accomplice.

Nov 11


Birding on the Outer Banks: The winter birds have arrived

In wooded habitats, and along the edges, look and listen for Yellow-bellied Sapsucker, Eastern Phoebe, Blue-headed Vireo, Brown Creeper, Winter Wren, Golden-crown Kinglet, Ruby-crown Kinglet and Hermit Thrush.

Nov 9


Nags Head to host Veterans Day observance Saturday

The Town of Nags Head will host a ceremony in honor of the nation’s veterans at 11 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 11, at the Veterans Memorial in front of the Nags Head Municipal Complex, 5401 S. Croatan Highway in Nags Head.

Nov 9


Southern Shores sets Veteran’s Day ceremony for Saturday

Senior Patrol Officer George M. Farrow of the Southern Shores Police Department will address the annual gathering of citizens, families, and veterans at 11 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 11 at the Town Hall Flag Pole Pavilion and Veterans Garden.

Nov 9


Logan Marshall is Carolina Surf Filmmaker of the Year

The junior at Manteo High School, won the 2017 Carolina Surf Filmmaker of the Year from the Carolina Surf Film Festival and is the youngest winner ever. Limitless debuted in September at the Dare Arts Council Surfalorus Film Festival.

Nov 7


EBT cards equal reduced rates for aquarium admission

If your family is enrolled in the program previously known as food stamps, your EBT card can be used for more than just buying groceries. Now it can also get you a deal on aquarium admission.

Nov 6


Nov 4


Video: Brewtag is lots of fun benefitting Rogallo Foundation

Ignite Films was lucky enough to be on the ground for the 2017 OBX Brewtag presented by Kitty Hawk Kites funding their Rogallo Foundation.

Nov 2


Currituck officials to discuss Imagine Currituck Land Use Plan

The Currituck County Planning Board and the Land Use Plan Steering Committee will meet at 2:30 p.m. Thursday in a joint work session with the Board of Commissioners.

Nov 1