Business

Apr 24


What is it? A different kind of restaurant for the Outer Banks

Construction slowed down while crews waited for steel roof trusses to arrive, but the building at the corner of U.S. 158 and East Atlantic Street in Kill Devil Hills is finally taking shape.

Apr 20


Outer Banks Chamber unveils its new Business Accelerator

The Business Accelerator is a place where new and existing businesses can meet with clients, conduct business, obtain resources, use equipment, and more. Any and all businesses are welcome to utilize the space.

Apr 20


Video: Lee Nettles provides an update on Tourism Board

The managing director fo the Outer Banks Visitors Bureau discusses some of the work by the board, including a new study on the economic impact and future of the Soundside Event site in Nags Head.

Apr 14


Shelton awarded ‘Beacon of Health — Physician of the Year’

The Outer Banks Hospital and Medical Group presented the inaugural Beacon of Health — 2019 Physician of the Year Award to radiation oncologist, Charles “Trey” Shelton, M.D.

Apr 16


Foundation offers strategic planning workshop for nonprofits

The Outer Banks Community Foundation is continuing its nonprofit training series with a seminar on strategic planning. The seminar will take place Wednesday, April 24.

Apr 15


Another name change: Xenith Bank to become Atlantic Union

If you're already hard-pressed to remember what name your bank is using this week, get ready for another one to  change names and logos. Xenith Bank will change its name to Atlantic Union Bank

Apr 10


Outer Banks Olive Oil Co. coming to Outlets Nags Head

As Gymboree vacates the Outlets Nags Head shopping mall (formerly Tanger Outlets) in the wake of their recent bankruptcy filing, Outer Banks Olive Oil, Wine and Cigars will be moving in.

Apr 15


What is it? Empty for a year, old bank will house realty office

Sitting vacant for the past year, the building that once housed the Nags Head BB&T at 201 West Seachase Drive across U.S. 158 from the Nags Head Muncipal Center and just south of Outback Steakhouse is getting new tenants.

Apr 7


Trio changes its name to reflect expanded offerings

The business originally opened nearly eight years ago as a wine, beer, and cheese shop, with a bar serving a limited menu. Since then, it has evolved into a full-service restaurant and gourmet market.

Mar 27


Nags Head sets new rules for Airbnb, other short-term rentals

The ordinance requires annual registration of a short-term rental property, additional parking spaces for the unit, point of contact information on the owner and disclosure of liability insurance coverage for the rental.

Apr 3


Tanger changes hands, will become Outlets Nags Head

A Chicago company has bought Tanger Outlets in Nags Head as part of a sale of four propertues totaling $130.5 million. The 82,000-square-foot mall will be renamed Outlets Nags Head.

Apr 3


Linda Smith is named hospital’s March Employee of the Month

Linda Smith, Staff Nurse (RN) II in the Emergency Department, is The Outer Banks Hospital's March, 2019 Employee of the Month. After relocating from New Jersey, Smith joined TOBH in June of 2016.

Apr 5