He worked on ships as a deck hand as well as performing maintenance on a variety of vessels. More recently, Ian wished to be closer to his family, which brought him to work as a marine welder for the NCDOT Ferry Division.
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, and Classic Rock 104.9 & 92.3.
Hailing from Weems, VA, Mercy Creek plays a self-described brand of "aggressive folk-rock." They sprinkle in a World Beat feel to their all original set list, making for an ear-friendly night of music for any and every passerby.
Ask what water-based activity interacts the most with threatened and endangered sea turtles and many will reply without hesitation: commercial fishing. But state records show that to be incorrect.
The Outer Banks will experience close to 90 percent coverage of the sun. Parties are planned at Jockey's Ridge State Park, the North Carolina Aquarium on Roanoke Island and the Currituck public library in Barco.
Five more solar eclipses will be visible on the Outer Banks in the 21st century. The big shows will be May 11, 2078 when the center of totality is over Wright Brothers National Memorial, and the village of Avon on Sept. 14, 2099.
Mildred Mae Midgett, 78, died Friday, August 18, 2017 at The Outer Banks Hospital. A native of Rodanthe, she was the daughter of the late Carethia Midgett and David B. Midgett and a member of Fair Haven United Methodist Church.
For 26 years he owned and grew a successful business, Horn Island Bait Distributors, which served the Eastern Shore of Maryland, Delaware and Virginia.
Colington- Mrs. Helen Pearman Mills died in peace and tranquility at her daughter Genia's home in Colington on August 16, 2017. Mrs. Mills was 83. She was originally from the Fauquier, Virginia area.
John “Jack” Kelly passed away peacefully at his home in Colington Harbour Thursday, August 17, 2017. Born in Pittsburgh, PA, he called the Outer Banks home for more than thirty years.