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The Bodie Island and Cape Hatteras lighthouses opened for the season today. Guided tours will be offered at the Bodie Island Lighthouse, while visitors can climb the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse at set intervals.
The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission will hold a public hearing on April 22 at its headquarters in Raleigh to accept public comments on a proposed temporary rule change authorizing the Commission to establish still hunting zones on game lands.
Two Virginia Beach residents were arrested minutes after the robbery Thursday of the Towne Bank of Currituck in the village of Camden. The call came in shortly before 5 p.m.
The Currituck Lacrosse Club will be selling Krispy Kreme doughnuts at locations throughout the county on Saturday.
After a brief run of warm temperatures and dry weather on the Outer Banks, it looks like the holiday weekend will begin with rain and continue to be cool with a stiff onshore wind.
After what’s been a tough news week around here, we thought we’d try to kick off the holiday weekend with something “Happy”!
Becky Forrest of Grandy plans to use the $150,000 she won playing the lottery’s new Caesars game to pay bills and share with her family. After state and federal taxes were withheld, she received a check for $103,801.
The 2014 Atlantic hurricane season will be less active than in the past 20 years but still in line with overall averages from 1950 to the present, researchers at North Carolina State University say.
Firefighters from multiple departments were battling a fire at the Wings store in Duck this morning. The fire was reported around 7:20 a.m. in the 1100 block of Duck Road, which was closed in both directions.
School Superintendent Sue Burgess said she estimates it would take 10 additional fourth- and fifth-grade teachers to ease overcrowding in the district. The budget represents a 2.9 percent increase over last year’s spending plan.