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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.
"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."
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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,
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.
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
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.
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.
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.
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.