- Sam Walker

The Voice Podcast: Wednesday Nov. 14, 2018You 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 92.3.

- Sam Walker

Vacation home in Corolla destroyed by overnight fireFirefighters were called to Coral Lane in the Ocean Hill neighborhood north of Corolla village at 2:37 a.m. Tuesday to a multi-level structure sire. Lightning from a passing thunderstorm may have been the cause.

- Sam Walker

Outer Banks SPCA Pet of the Week: TiggerTigger is a friendly cat looking for his FURever home this holiday season. For more information on animals available for adoption from the Outer Banks SPCA please visit obxspca.org.

- Sam Walker

NCDMV seeking applicants for license plate agency in CurrituckThe license plate agency will be the first operating in Currituck County, where NCDMV officials attribute county growth and customer demand for the decision to place an office. A contract was awarded in 2012 but never executed.

- Sam Walker

Kitty Hawk Road pipe replacements delayed until after holidayExtremely elevated water levels associated with heavy downpours Tuesday morning, and a forecast for rain the remainder of this week caused the delay. Kitty Hawk Road has reopened to traffic until after Thanksgiving weekend.

- Submitted Story

Chamber awards four businesses ‘OBXMADE’ recognitionThe Outer Banks Chamber of Commerce recently recognized Kelly's Outer Banks Catering, Paul Mann Custom Boats, Carolina Casual and Coastal Impressions as "OBXMADE," a program designed to highlight and promote locally-crafted products.

- Submitted Story

Southern Bank sponsors aquarium’s Soundside PierSouthern Bank has donated $75,000 to become a corporate sponsor of the N.C. Aquarium on Roanoke Island and the North Carolina Aquarium Society for the aquarium's Soundside Pier.

- Kari Pugh

Shabbat service to be held Nov. 16 in Kitty HawkThe Jewish Community of the Outer Banks will hold its monthly Shabbat service on Friday, Nov. 16 at 7:30 p.m. at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the Outer Banks building in Kitty Hawk.

- Sam Walker

Gas prices continue to slide, but not on the Outer BanksThe average price of regular unleaded in North Carolina on Monday was $2.57. But in Dare County, the average was $2.76 on Monday, highest in the state. Some Hatteras Island stations were recently selling the low grade of unleaded at around $3.

- Outer Banks Voice

Antonino “Nino” Palazzolo of Avon, Nov. 7The owner and operator of Nino’s Pizza, everyone received a warm welcome from his smiling face when entering the restaurant. His life revolved around his family and the restaurant.

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