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Outer Banks News
- Sam Walker

Another piece of the Outer Banks that hearkened back to a bygone era started coming down this week, with the demolition of the Beacon Motor Lodge at Milepost 11 in Nags Head.

- Rob Morris

"The federal government has abandoned us. Abandoned us," board Chairman Bob Woodard said in a passionate speech urging passage. "And that's not a good feeling."

- Sam Walker

You can hear Voice newscasts every weekday morning on Max Radio of the Carolina’s stations Beach 104, 94.5 WCMS, 99.1 The Sound, Classic Rock 104.9 & 92.3 and Q-Country 99.3. Start Sam Walker’s podcast by clicking on the start arrow below. And check back each day. Thanks for listening.

- Russ Lay

Joe Storie was like many of our annual visitors: The Outer Banks wasn’t just another vacation spot to him -- it was a destination, and he felt like he was part of this community,

- Rob Morris

March will give us the cold shoulder this weekend before stepping aside for a week that might actually feel like spring. It will almost be cold enough for snow Saturday morning, but the National Weather Service says the chances are slight.

- Russ Lay

Dan Beauvais’ image "Roanoke Tuft 9141" won First Place in the Wild Plants category. George Wood’s photograph of a lightning storm over the ocean won First Place in the Landscape Division

- Submitted Story

Come witness the creativity, originality and promise in these youthful artists. The exhibition features two- and three-dimensional handcrafted art, including ceramics, stained glass, wood and fiber art and mixed media.

- Outer Banks Voice

Last month we teased out a new “Babes of the Beach” feature we planned to launch in early spring. After all, it’s been some time since the Outer Banks has had a calendar featuring pretty girls.

- Outer Banks Voice

Moyock Volunteer Fire Department Chief Ralph 'Chip' Melton has been promoted to head of fire and emergency medical services for all of Currituck County, beginning April 3.

- Sam Walker

Workers have had to wait on warmer weather to resume application of a special concrete mixture to 27 more sections of the westbound bridge over the Currituck Sound. It will reopen no later than May 15.