Steven William Armstrong, of East Lake, NC, passed away Wednesday afternoon at Peak Resources with his wife Carol by his side comforting him. Other than his wife, he is survived by two brothers James and Mark Armstrong, five sisters Sue Smith, Martha Martin, Cathy Clark, Barbara Friex, Ann Sullivan, and a host of nephews and nieces.
She is remembered for her wit, her kindness, love of God, people, and life with a little mischief sprinkled on top! Margie met her husband Warren in Philadelphia where he worked as a merchant seaman.
Along the rural roadways sturdy, fieldstone houses could have withstood the worst the Atlantic would have to offer along the Outer Banks. Here, protection against the damp, cold weather was probably their biggest task.
To celebrate Doctors Day, the North Carolina Medical Society sponsors the North Carolina Doctor of the Year Award, giving patients and the public a chance to honor physicians who are passionate about health care.
Dare County is offering a chance to get a close-up look at its air ambulance operation during an open house on Saturday, March 25. MedFlight is one the nation's few county-owned aeromedical operations.
The First Flight High School football field has been named in memory of the late Warren Judge, a longtime Dare County Commissioner and community leader. The annoucement was made at the March 14 school board meeting.
The Coast Guard will be holding a memorial celebration of his life on March 24 at 11 a.m. at U.S. Coast Guard Air Station Elizabeth City in the C-130 Hangar with a reception to follow at the Chief Petty Officer’s Association.
Mr. Inge grew up in Oregon Hill in Richmond, attended Randolph-Macon College and received his law degree from the University of Richmond. Mr. Inge practiced law in Richmond for many years until he realized the dream of many lawyers and bought a fishing pier in the Outer Banks.
Rosalie Raper Rose, 79, of Tulls Creek Road, Moyock, NC died Monday, March 20, 2017, in the Chesapeake Regional Medical Center. She was born in Pasquotank County, NC on January 21, 1938 to the late Clarence and Susie Roberts Raper and was the widower of the late Shirley Louis “Bud” Rose.
Born in Columbia, she was the daughter of the late Edith Chambers Payne and Bennie Lafayette Payne, a commercial fisherman from Stumpy Point, NC. Diane worked in the Cotton Mill while raising her boys.