The Latest from Beach 104
Kill Devil Hills planners will consider an amendment to the town’s zoning ordinance tonight that could eventually pave the way for a hotel and conference center in Planned Unit Developments.
Kill Devil Hills commissioners have given the OK to award a contract for street and drainage improvements along the Memorial Boulevard corridor, a project town officials say will substantially reduce storm-water flooding. The project, slated to begin at the end of the month, carries a price tag of $1.34 million and will include water main Read More...
Capt. Marty Brill provides an update every weekday morning on Beach 104 and 94.5 WCMS about what's happening with the fishing offshore, inshore, and from the beaches of the Outer Banks.
One woman has been arrested and another suspect is awaiting extradition from Virginia after authorities traced a gun involved in an accidental shooting in Hampton to a vehicle break-in on Hatteras Island five months ago.
Amy was treated for an upper respiratory infection and as a result, required surgery to have her infected eye removed. She has recovered beautifully and is now available for adoption.
U.S. Rep. Walter Jones, R-N.C. has endorsed Mattie Lawson, the GOP candidates in the state House of Representatives District 6 race. Lawson is running against incumbent Rep. Paul Tine, a Democrat.
Chart your course to Ocracoke Island for the Second Annual Blackbeard’s Pirate Jamboree and a weekend of swashbuckling fun Oct 31 to Nov. 2. Proud of its rich pirate heritage, the island will celebrate the last days of Blackbeard.
Wood just completed his second season as director of the nation's longest running outdoor drama, and played both Sir Walter Raleigh and Old Tom as a college student from 1968 to 1971.
Authorities have identified the man who Friday evening lit his truck on fire and drove into the offices of a law firm in Moyock, killing himself and heavily damaging the building, but they have still not determined why he did it.
Unforeseen glitches have left construction of the Manteo Elementary addition about a month behind schedule, but school officials say contractors are working hard to make up the time.