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The 14th Annual Outer Banks Signature Chef Auction, held Feb. 22, raised over $50,000 for the March of Dimes. The money goes toward research, grants, education, and advocacy programs.
Blue Water Grill & Raw Bar, with its commanding presence atop the Pirates Cove Marina, is the latest venture from Scott and Melissa Shields, who brought the popular Blue Moon Beach Grill to Nags Head six years ago.
While Renaissance Construction did find undetected mold in the walls, the extent of it won’t be known until the town receives an in-depth analysis from the mold remediation contractor.
Over 65 members of the Outer Banks Chamber of Commerce Young Professionals gathered for a social Thursday, January 29, 2015 at Kelly’s Outer Banks Restaurant & Tavern in Nags Head. The social was sponsored by Kelly’s and the SCORE Outer Banks Chapter. Sponsored nationally by the U.S. Small Business Administration and locally by The Outer Read More...
Dr. Kandi W. Deitemeyer, president of College of The Albemarle, recently accepted an invitation to serve on the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges Board of Trustees.
In an episode of Beachfront Bargain Hunt, Village Realty Senior Associate Broker Karen DelVacchio shows four affordable Hatteras Island properties to James and Catherine Bergeron, a house-hunting couple from Chesapeake, VA.
The first round of the playoffs which were originally scheduled for Tuesday, were finally completed on Saturday. The Manteo boys and Currituck girls advanced, while the Manteo and Ocracoke girls and First Flight boys have been eliminated.
This month’s program, “Defending the East Coast: How Converted Vessels Helped to Win the Battle of the Atlantic”, will be presented by Will Sassorossi, graduate student in the Program in Maritime Studies at ECU.
Little legislative action drew more attention than the Senate's passage of Senate Bill 2, which would allow magistrates to recuse themselves from performing marriage ceremonies based on “sincerely held religious beliefs."
Jamie James McDonald was charged with possession with intent to sell/deliver heroin and possession of heroin. He was being held in the Dare County Detention Center in lieu of $35,000 bond.