- Sam Walker

Thousands of dead fish wash ashore north of CorollaThousands of dead menhaden have been washing ashore north of Corolla village between Currituck mile posts 15 and 17 in the four-wheel drive area since early Wednesday morning.

- Sam Walker

New bridge dedicated to OBX hero Capt. Richard EtheridgeOfficials gathered before a standing-room only crowd in Rodanthe to speak about the significance of the concrete bridge over the breach of Hurricane Irene of Pea Island and its namesake first African-American life-saving station keeper.

- Sam Walker

The Voice Podcast: Wednesday, February 21, 2018You can hear Voice newscasts every weekday morning on Max Radio of the Carolina's stations Beach 104, 94.5 WCMS, 99.1 The Sound, and Classic Rock 104.9 & 92.3.

- Sam Walker

Maryland man charged for DWI after wreck in Nags HeadMichael Christian Fessler, 30, of Chevy Chase, Maryland, was arrested following the crash involving two other vehicles on U.S. 158 at the Tanger Outlets at 11:26 a.m. Tuesday. He faces driving while impaired and other charges.

- Island Free Press

Cape Hatteras Lighthouse repaired and back to beamingThe beacon had been turned off since roughly Jan. 12, after several severe winter storms caused damage to hard-to-replace parts on the 148-year-old lighthouse’s electrical systems.

- Sam Walker

DEQ chief talks offshore drilling strategy with local leadersAround two dozen Dare and Currituck leaders met Tuesday with N.C. Secretary of Environmental Quality Michael Regan to discuss battling the Trump Administration's efforts to ramp up exploration for offshore oil and natural gas.

- Submitted Story

Candace L. Phillips or “Candy” as she was best known, passed away Saturday February 17, 2018 in Virginia Beach. She was 72 years old. Born in Franklin County, Ohio, Candy worked as a bookkeeper for many years before retiring.

- Outer Banks Voice

Deputies watching Mattamuskeet school after SnapChat postA Sheriff's Office Facebook post said that deputies will be at the school until they are sure there is no threat. The Sheriff's Office has also consulted with the State Bureau of Investigation.

- Island Free Press

Hatteras girls unbeaten for the first time, 4th seed in playoffsThe Cape Hatteras Secondary School girls are 23-0, winning the Atlantic Six Conference regular season and tournament championships, and have earned the 4th seed and a first-round bye in the NCHSAA 1A tournament.

- Outer Banks Voice

Land deal aimed at preserving forest, future of ‘Lost Colony’The Roanoke Island Historical Association on Feb. 2 sold 20 acres along U.S. 64 to the Conservation Fund, a national environmental nonprofit. The association will add the proceeds to its endowment to perpetuate “The Lost Colony."

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