Mike Kelly officially ended months of speculation and rumors this week by going public on the status of his iconic and eponymously named Kelly’s Restaurant.
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I love the fresh fruit summer provides and I try to take advantage of it as much as I can. I like versatility. This month, I’m making Fruit Hand Pies, Crescent Moons, and a Galette, which is simply a rustic free-form tart made up with the dough I had left over from the Pies and […]
Kyle Austin was due to get out of prison next April. He walked away from a work detail at the city maintenance garage in Elizabeth City around 3 p.m. Tuesday. He was caught by Kill Devil Hills police just before 7 p.m. near Recreation Park.
Former Gov. Jim Hunt, right, joined Dare County Commissioner Warren Judge, center, at Pamlico Jack's in Nags Head Tuesday for a campaign gathering. Judge is the Democratic candidate for for the 6th District state House seat.
Forecasters say Tropical Depression 9 was nearing its closest approach on Tuesday evening. Other than kicked up surf, an onshore breeze and a sticky feeling to the air, the weather was still relatively calm along the Outer Banks.
Other than kicked up surf, an onshore breeze and a sticky feeling to the air, the weather remains relatively calm on the Outer Banks as Tropical Depression 8 continued to edge closer to the coast. Forecasts still call for it to become a tropical storm tonight.
Jason McPherson, parks maintenance crew leader with parks and recreation, is the July 2016 Dare County Employee of the Month. Spencer Gregory presented McPherson with the award at the Aug. 1, Board of Commissioners meeting.
The Manteo Redskins varsity volleyball team won Thursday's home conference match against Plymouth by a score of 3-0. The game scores were 25-10, 26-24 and 25-12.
Tropical storm warning flags are posted on from Oregon Inlet to Cape Lookout and for the Pamlico Sound as the system has become better organized on Monday. Some strengthening is forecast.