Stories by Submitted Story

Kathleen Schuckler “Cass” Kosinski of Harbinger, Nov. 19

Mrs. Kosinski started working at a young age as a telephone operator in Seaford, DE, moving on to different hospitals in Wilmington, DE, and retiring from Christiana Care, Newark, DE in 1992.

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Christmas bier and sausage for a festive holiday season

Four different malts, combined with low hop bitterness, slowly aged for over three months, results in a truly divine beer. The moderate carbonation won’t leave your mouth fizzing, but at 8.1 percent ABV, your head might be bubbling after a few pints!


Help make holidays merry and bright for adoptable animals

The NC Aquarium on Roanoke Island is preparing to get festive and furry with the annual Santa Paws Pet Supply Drive, which benefits the Outer Banks SPCA.


Myra Meekins of Stumpy Point, Nov. 18

Myra attended East Carolina University and was a substitute teacher for many years at Manteo Elementary School. She worked in the Head Start Program, at the Elizabethan Gardens and as a Holtine volunteer for over 20 years.

Nov 20

Edward Glaude of Kill Devil Hills, Nov. 17

Edward moved to Wallingford, CT in the early 1980’s where he worked as a home health aide for several years before retiring. After a stroke in October 2015, he would move to the Outer Banks to live with his daughter.

Nov 20

Phyllis M. Campbell of Kill Devil Hills, Nov. 17

Mrs. Phyllis M. Campbell of Kill Devil Hills, NC died in Nags Head, NC November 17, 2017. She was 93. Mrs. Campbell was born in Australia. She was the widow of the late Glenn Campbell. Mrs. Campbell was a loving wife and mother to her family and worked briefly in retail.

Nov 20

Henry James Everett of Kill Devil Hills, Nov. 17

Henry James Everett of Kill Devil Hills, NC died in unexpectedly at his home November 17, 2017. He was 79 and a United States Navy Veteran. Mr. Campbell’s survivors include his sister, Carolyn Heath and her husband, a niece, Denise; and nephew, Chris, all of Pennsylvania.

Nov 20

PORT Health: Another resource in substance abuse fight

PORT Health Services treats adults and children for both mental health and substance use disorders. They use licensed clinical staff to provide assessment, individual and group treatment.

Nov 20

Let’s eat! Team battles lionfish overtaking reefs and wrecks

Since they have no natural predator in the region and eat almost any other smaller aquatic species, their populations have overcome reefs and wrecks, depleting natural fish populations and disrupting ecosystems.

Nov 20

Leisure Activities specialist is Dare Employee of the Month

Kelli Miller, leisure activities specialist with Dare County’s Department of Parks and Recreation Northern Beach Division, is the November Dare County Employee of the Month.

Nov 19

Ben Douglas’ Crooked Frame Gallery: Fire Dancers

We introduce a new Voice feature: Ben Douglas' Crooked Frame Gallery. Ben, officially known as Benito Douglas, is a student at College of The Albemarle and a waiter at the SaltBox Cafe on Colington Island.

Nov 16

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