The Latest from Beach 104
An alert neighbor reporting a break-in early Friday morning brought police to a Salvo neighborhood, where they arrested four men from Mt. Olive and recovered 26 televisions.
he Candy Bomber is a wonderful tradition here on the Outer Banks. In 2014, we were lucky enough to have Gail Halverson, part of the original Berlin Air Drop, with us once again.
Outer Banks homeowners will get a rare break on the cost of coverage under a ruling by the state insurance commissioner that rejected a statewide increase and questioned how insurers calculate potential losses from hurricanes.
The Pok’s Art menu is a sampling of Asian Fusion cooking. Vietnamese, Thai, Korean as well as Hawaiian and Japanese food styles are at play, maintaining balance among the flavorings of savory, salt, sour and sweet.
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The Coast Guard said new rules allowing quick action were necessary because vessels routinely run between unprotected pilings south of the marked channel, which is essentially closed because of shoaling.
The annual event is not a race, but a fun run, even though the fast cats battle it out for first place and a hand-carved Outer Banks driftwood Santa Claus donated by the Bobbie Shop of Nags Head.
The shop features work by an array of local artists and craftsmen, and many of them were on hand to display their wares and answer any questions. Its decor features a brick floor of reclaimed pavers, hardwood accent walls and exposed ceiling.
Major excavation included clearing the grounds for better visibility. The clearing was aimed at taking full advantage of Southern Shores Crossing's prime location near the intersection of N. Croatan Highway and Ocean Boulevard.
With KHES fifth grade teachers -- Adam Saker, Kim Whitehurst and Sharon Davis -- and third grade teacher Diane Childress, they discussed the benefits and disadvantages of using solar power.