- Rosie Hawthorne

Scallops are right up at the top of my list for my favorite seafood. I’m always trying to come up with new recipes for them. They’re quite versatile and lend themselves to so many different preparations.

- Outer Banks Voice

Area owners can now see how their property is classified by the Federal Emergency Management Agency by linking to the first version of the new state floodplain maps, which were released today.

- Russ Lay

Increasing density brings about more clashes between people and wildlife, but while opossums, foxes and racoons are native species here, coyotes are new, and their appetites can include household pets.

- Rob Morris

See the latest update on the Bonner Bridge project over Oregon Inlet and the temporary span over New Inlet in the Pea Island National Wldlife Refuge. Video provided by Dare County.

- Outer Banks Voice

Watch the latest update on the Bonner Bridge project over Oregon Inlet and the temporary span over New Inlet in the Pea Island National Wldlife Refuge. Video provided by Dare County.

- Rob Morris

A disputed provision that would have eliminated the job of Jennette's Pier Manager Mike Remige is no longer in a state budget compromise reached by General Assembly conferees earlier this week.

- Outer Banks Voice

The Kill Devil Hills Board of Commissioners plans to discuss recent requests to consider amending the town's code to allow dogs on the beach at all times of day, year-round. The discussion, with public comment, is on the July 11 agenda.

- Russ Lay

You absolutely must make the drive to Pirate’s Quay Shopping Center (Milepost 11, Nags Head) and check out OBX Sunset Slush. There you will enjoy a real Italian ice and ice cream with an N.C. state connection.

- Submitted Story

Groove to Dawes’ 1960’s and 70’s folk-rock similar to Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young, Joni Mitchell and Neil Young. “Rock’s thoughtful past has rarely sounded more vibrant,” says David Browne of Rolling Stone.

- Coastal Review Online

As the federal Bureau of Ocean Energy Management reviews the effects of proposed seismic surveys on marine mammals in the Atlantic, an environmental group is concerned that the process will gloss over potentially ill effects on fish.

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