- Sam Walker

Currituck County now planning for mosquito sprayingCurrituck County announced Friday that a private contractor is working on a spraying schedule along state-maintained roads, one day after a television station reported a man was diagnosed with West Nile Virus on August 8.

- OBAR

Local REALTOR® elected to NAR board positionCongratulations to Stephanie Walker, REALTOR®, ABR,CRS,GRI,SRES of Stephanie Walker & Associates, on her election to the 2019 Board of Directors for the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR).

- Submitted Story

Randell Eugene “Joe” Holmes of Manteo, Aug. 16Having served his country honorably in the United States Army, he then returned to teaching and coaching. “Coach” Holmes taught and coached for 20 plus years and was respected and admired by his students and players.

- Audra Krieg

Outer Banks Mom: Summer CountdownSummer is winding down. What will your family squeeze into the last days before school begins?

- OBAR

Save the Date:  22nd Annual OBAR Surf Fishing TournamentOBAR is currently accepting registrations for teams of up to six people.  Get the “Early Fish” rate of $180 by registering your team on or before Sept. 28.  The rate increases to $200 per team after that.

- OBAR

Five questions you’d never think to ask a REALTOR® but shouldBefore signing on to work with a particular REALTOR®, it's par for the course to examine how this pro will meet your needs by asking some questions.

- Sam Walker

Planning Board not yet ready to commit on accessory dwellingsThe board agreed to recommend allowing accessory dwelling units of up to 1,200 square feet of livable space but was not ready to commit to a lot coverage size of more than 50 percent, which is the current rule.

- Sam Walker

The Voice Podcast: Friday August 17, 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.

- Submitted Story

Virginia Dare Faire at The Lost Colony set for Aug. 18Carnival-like activities, including coloring, face painting, and bubble stations will be open all morning. Field games like Sir Walter’s potato toss, hula-hoop activities, sack races and archery stations are also a small sampling of the day’s happenings.

- Submitted Story

Distillery donates $17,500 for new playground equipmentAdam Ball, one of the four owners of Outer Banks Distilling, contacted Dare County Parks and Recreation following the removal of one of his 4-year-old son’s favorite pieces of playground equipment at Family Recreation Park in Kill Devil Hills.

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