Pat Mansfield, NCDOT Division One Roadside Environmental Engineer, received the National Roadside Vegetation Management Association’s Turney Hernandez Award of Excellence at the monthly N.C. Board of Transportation meeting on Thursday.
Inspired by her first experience seeing a sea turtle nest while vacationing in Corolla, Ellen Rowe designed a project that combined her interests in computer programming and drawing with her love of marine animals.
After completing the Basic Law Enforcement Training Program at Pitt County Community College in December of 2005 Braddy began his career with the Nags Head Police in January of 2006. Braddy is assigned to the Patrol Division.
The Outer Banks Community Foundation has accepted a $5,000 check for the Disaster Relief Fund from proceeds from the Outer Banks Seafood Festival, which is held each October in Nags Head.
Sawyer is leaving Washington High School after 12 years as head coach, compiling the second-best career record at the school of 94-70. He will replace Eddie Twyne, who retired from Manteo at the end of the 2016 season.
Televisions and other electronics were taken after five houses were broken into over four days in Nags Head, according to Police Chief Kevin Brinkley. Three of the break-ins took place on Nov. 29 in the 4500 block of Croatan Highway.
In response to a growing LGBTQ weddings market and demand from gay couples for wedding pros who support marriage equality, Weddings with Pride™ is producing the second annual Outer Banks Gay Wedding Showcase at the Hilton Garden Inn on Saturday, January 28, 2017.
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Steve House won the open Third District seat that was held by the late Warren Judge, who ran for the state House and passed away suddenly in November. Danny Couch succeeds Allen Burris, who decided not to seek another term.
FEMA mitigation specialists will be on hand Tuesday through Saturday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. at Home Depot stores in Kitty Hawk, Jacksonville and Fayetteville to answer questions and offer tips on repairs and rebuilding.