- The Voice

Coast Guard suspends search for missing shrimp boat crewThe Coast Guard received notice at 6:22 p.m. Tuesday that an emergency beacon registered to the 47-foot Miss Debbie from Swan Quarter had been activated. The vessel was found about 90 minutes later overturned.

- The Voice

Video: Duck’s beach is busy as dredge and dozers go to workEnvisioned for more than 20 years and planned for five, beach nourishment along the northern beaches of Dare County started Tuesday in Duck and will progress south to three more towns. See it in action.

- The Voice

Video: Duck’s beach is busy as dredge and dozers go to workEnvisioned for more than 20 years and planned for five, beach nourishment along the northern beaches of Dare County started Tuesday in Duck and will progress south to three more towns. See it in action.

- Rob Morris

Water park in Currituck County scheduled to open June 21Season tickets are going for $109 now and will increase to $129 June 3. Lower prices are offered for four season tickets or more, and discounts are provided through numerous vacation rental agencies that have signed on with the park.

- Sam Walker

The Voice Podcast: Friday, May 26, 2017You 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 104.9 & 92.3.

- Rob Morris

Jeanine Poulin Kellogg Receveur of Stumpy Point, May 23Jeanine retired after nine years at R.D. Sawyer’s Motor Co. of Manteo, NC in April 2003. After moving to Stumpy Point with her husband, she became a member of the Shiloh United Methodist Church and was active with the United Methodist Women.

- Outer Banks Voice

Time running out to vote for Elizabeth City in national contestElizabeth City's Downtown is a semifinalist in the 2017 America’s Main Streets contest, with voting winding down this Sunday for a chance at a $25,000 grand prize from the national small business movement Independent We Stand.

- Submitted Story

Outer Banks Shag Club hosting dance at Magnolia PavilionThe Outer Banks Shag Club invites the public to join club members for an evening of listening and dancing to outstanding beach music provided by DJ Harvey Taylor.

- Dee Langston

Beach glass jewelry, hair fascinators, essential oils, an opportunity to “Paint a Shake” and more will be available at the Island Art Show, set for Monday, May 29.

- Sandy Semans Ross

Budget proposal would abolish Roanoke Island CommissionThis is the second time the odea of placing Festival Park under the Roanoke Island Historical Association has come up in the General Assembly. During the last session, a study bill was introduced but abandoned after public opposition.

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