Feb 17

Hospital names Stacy Marshall January Employee of the Month

Stacy Marshall, Patient Scheduling Coordinator for the Ambulatory Medical Unit, has been named The Outer Banks Hospital’s January, Employee of the Month. Marshall fills a multifaceted role in the AMU.

Feb 5

Lingering Fisheries Association issues persist into 2019

As board Chairman Brent Fulcher worked his way through the agenda, many of the same concerns facing the NCFA this year are the same, unresolved issues that were on the board’s plate five, 10, and even 20 years ago.

Jan 24

Currituck family practice welcomes Dr. Thomas Green

Thomas Green, M.D., who is board certified in internal medicine and specializes in hospital medicine, has joined Currituck Internal Medicine & Family Practice, a part of Chesapeake Regional Medical Group (CRMG).

Feb 6

Ocean Atlantic supports community food and coat drive

At a recent community food and coat drive, Ocean Atlantic Rentals was proud to donate manual labor and truck use as a partner with PPG Paints and The North Banks Rotary Club to help with the distribution of coats, clothing & food that was gathered.

Feb 5

Hospital names Clayton ‘CJ’ Evans Employee of the Year

Clayton “CJ” Evans, Bio-medical Technician II for Vidant Bio-medical Regional Outreach, is The Outer Banks Hospital’s 2018 Employee of the Year. Evans joined TOBH in March of 2017.

Jan 23

Laurel Anne “LA” Darden promoted to branch manager

Originally from Chesapeake, VA, Darden is a 2013 graduate of Hickory High School in Chesapeake, VA. She now resides in Nags Head with her fiancée, Matt Hart. She is also a 2017 graduate of Virginia Tech.

Jan 19

Amber Jolliff named hospital’s employee of the month

Switchboard operator Amber Jolliff is The Outer Banks Hospital’s December, 2018 Employee of the Month. Jolliff joined the Outer Banks Hospital in September of 2015 as part of the Environmental Services team.

Jan 15

Dare board chairman to present State of the County 2019

Woodard, chairman of the Dare County Board of Commissioners, will give an update on the State of the County. The breakfast and update will be held on Wednesday, Jan. 16, at Captain George’s Seafood Restaurant.

Jan 10

Bermuda Bay’s colorful Devonshire Place sells out

The last of the 38 units sold in December, marking the sell out of the entire Devonshire Place community. The average sales price was $332,200.

Jan 8

Boat parking for dining patrons tabled again in Nags Head

The idea requires a public hearing because it will mean changing provisions of the town's zoning ordinance, which prohibits commercial marinas along the sound unless they are approved as part of an outdoor recreation site.

Jan 1

Spectrum customers lose WTKR, WGNT, WGN over fee dispute

Subscribers on the Outer Banks and in northeastern N.C. are no longer getting WTKR-3, WGNT-27 and WGN America after Tribune Media and Charter, the parent company of Spectrum, were unable to reach a re-transmission agreement.

Jan 2

Chamber holds ribbon-cutting for Paparazzi OBX in Kitty Hawk

With state-of-the-art lighting and sound systems and intimate concert hall layout, Paparazzi promises you will not only hear the music, you will feel like you are part of the show. Paparazzi OBX is also home of the Mustang Outreach Program,

Dec 20