What is it that the Outer Banks Community Foundation does exactly, and where will your donations go? Undesignated donations make their way to wherever they can best serve our community. But sometimes people want to give toward a specific cause or non-profit. These are called Endowment Funds, and the Outer Banks Community Foundation manages over […]
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Tom Bill's life was characterized by his love for people and the great outdoors. He enjoyed cooking and making up his own recipes. He was the founder of Whalebone Seafood in Nags Head, which his son, Tom, manages today.
The Roanoke Island Historical Association has announced that PNC Bank will be Presenting Sponsor of the 80th season of The Lost Colony. The production has never named a Presenting Sponsor since opening eight decades ago.
What is all that yellow blooming in the fields? You may be asking yourself this question as you travel around Currituck County this time of year. Here's the answer from the Currituck Agricultural Extension Service.
Glenn Irvin Hockney died April 18, 2017 in Nags Head, NC. He was born Jan. 21, 1927 to the late Hattie and William Charles Hockney of La Porte, Indiana. He served his country honorably in the United States Army in World War II.
Initially speaking no English, she worked cleaning offices while her husband was able to find work as a graphic artist. Settling in Syracuse, NY in the early 60's she was able to open a small retail business which she successfully ran for 30 years. She moved to North Carolina in 2005 along with her remaining family.
Students attending prom, along with two guests, are invited to visit The Elizabethan Gardens for free Saturday evening, to take pre-prom photos with a perfect backdrop.
House Bill 531 would have re-examined how the Dare County Tourism Board uses its 1 percent share of revenue from the 6 percent occupancy tax on visiting renters. A state House committee voted Thursday to not advance the bill.