The Latest from Beach 104
Part two of our series of bringing our readers closer to what is happening in the General Assembly based on extended interviews with local legislators Rep. Paul Tine, D-Dare and Sen. Bill Cook, R-Beaufort.
Cameron Chad Cofflin, 21, Charleton Blake Mays, 21, and Cody Edward Steuart, 23, from the Lynchburg-area, were arrested Tuesday evening in Currituck County on alleged drug possession charges.
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Dominion North Carolina Power’s Kitty Hawk regional office soon will become the company's first facility to generate its own on-site renewable energy to meet some of its electrical needs.
A loud boom and floating orange orbs were the talk of the beach this morning, but we can safely confirm that UFOs are not just over the horizon. The Navy told WAVY news that the source of the boom was a training exercise offshore.
Reports are that a loud boom or series of booms last night were Navy exercises, but numerous people on the Outer Banks also reported seeing bright orbs rising above the ocean at about the same time.
Capt. Marty Brill provides an update every weekday morning on Beach 104 and 94.5 WCMS about what's happening with the fishing offshore, inshore, and from the beaches of the Outer Banks.
The Navy said the loud boom heard Tuesday night around 9:30 p.m. over the Outer Banks was related to training exercises, WAVY-TV reported.
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.