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WAVY-TV reported the loud boom heard over the Outer Banks on Tuesday night was likely related to Navy training exercises, according to Coast Guard officials.
The contest, which was featured in Our State magazine, was open to entries from mid-April through May and boasted a grand prize of a one-week vacation in a historic Nags Head, oceanfront beach cottage during the week of Oct. 12 to 19.
If you want to savor some if the best fried fish on the Outer Banks, the St. Andrews annual summer Fish Fry events are just the ticket you need. St. Andrews will continue the tradition with a dinner July 28.
New Board of Education members took the oath of office for the term that runs July 1, 2014 through June 30, 2018 on July 15 at the Administrative Offices in Nags Head. Ben Sproul was re-elected chairman and Bea Basnight, vice-chair.
Lifeguards along the Outer Banks had to pull dozens of swimmers out of powerful rips currents Monday after heavy surf and east winds over the weekend made conditions dangerous for beach-goers.
During each performance, audience members are asked to guess who they think committed the murder. They have the opportunity to question the cast members, who serve the four-course meal.
Republican Paul Beaumont will meet Horace Bell, an unaffiliated candidate, in a special election this November for the fourth district seat on the Currituck Board of Commissioners.
The rest area operated by the North Carolina Department of Transportation on U.S. 158 in Currituck County has been closed after a fire was reported Sunday night inside the building south of Coinjock.
The Appalachian Young People’s Theatre will present The Adventures of Don Quixote by Steven Fogell July 23, 24, 25 at 10:30 a.m. in the Indoor Theatre at Roanoke Island Festival Park.