The Latest from Beach 104
Several decades ago, Mildred Howard astonished Italians with photos of their beautiful statues tucked within the lush green landscape of a North Carolina sound-side garden.
He loves to play with his toys and enjoys walks, car rides, swimming and a game of fetch. He is housebroken and known to be both leash- and crate-trained.
The Amphion String Quartet is a winner of the 2011 Concert Artists Guild Victor Elmaleh Competition and joined the roster of the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center’s CMS Two Program in fall 2013.
This year’s Outer Banks Parade of Homes Oct. 9 to 12 includes 20 homes scattered from Corolla’s Villages at Ocean Hill on the north beach all the way south to Avon on Hatteras Island. Leading up to the parade, The Voice will feature all 18 new homes and two large-scale renovations.
Dare County Schools will offer a free bus driving course Wednesday, Oct. 1 to Friday, Oct. 3. Full-time, part-time and substitute school and activity bus drivers are needed.
The Food Bank of the Albemarle has been nominated as one of the agencies that would receive support by winning a national contest through Walmart. Vote daily between now and Oct. 5 to help the pantry win.
State Sen. Bill Cook, R-District 1, announced Friday has been appointed to serve as an advisory member on the Joint Legislative Transportation Oversight Committee by Senate Leader Phil Berger.
Buyers of vacation homes tend to close deals as far into the off-season as possible so they aren’t burdened with mortgage payments when there is no rental income to offset expenses.
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.
Capt. Marty Brill provides an update every weekday morning on Beach 104 and 94.5 WCMS about what's happening with the fishing offshore, inshore, and from the beaches of the Outer Banks.