- Sam Walker

Change to local sales tax option would cost Dare $1.2 millionThat could cost Dare County an estimated $860,000 a year in revenue, while Duck, Southern Shores, Kitty Hawk, Kill Devil Hills, Nags Head and Manteo would see their portion reduced by an estimated $400,000.

- Sam Walker

The Voice Podcast: Wednesday, March 1, 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.

- Submitted Story

Currituck Chamber Biz Expo set for Saturday, March 4Find a job and rub elbows with other professionals during Currituck's 16th annual Business Expo, Home Show & Job Fair, set for Saturday, March 4 at Currituck High School.

- Rob Morris

Frederick Price Burgee of Kill Devil Hills, Feb. 25Fred played right guard for the semi-pro Frederick Falcons football team (age 35-37) and was named "All League Right Guard" for three years in the Interstate Football League from 1968-1970.

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Margaret “Margie” Ann McCombs of Klll Devil Hills, Feb. 26For over 30 years she was a chairside assistant in general, orthodontic, and periodontal dentistry. Margie was a skilled seamstress, needlepoint artist, and she loved working in her yard.

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Lynn Stitzer Bryant, OBX Hotline director, Feb. 28She would want to be remembered for her role as Executive Director of the Outer Banks Hotline, her work to bring the Coastal Studies Institute here and her passion for teaching psychology at COA.

- Sandy Semans Ross

Cook files legislation to criminalize open records violationsCurrently, violations of the Open Records and Open Meetings Laws are not deemed criminal and the only penalty is possibly paying attorney fees for complainants if found guilty in a court of law.

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Survey looks for info to improve access to Kitty Hawk WoodsThe results will provide a better understanding of how and when visitors access the Kitty Hawk Woods Reserve, what activities visitors engage in and what access and trail enhancements may be useful.

- Rob Morris

Alice Ford Pratt of Kitty Hawk, Feb. 24Alice and her husband retired to Kitty Hawk, NC in 1998. She was a member of Grace Lutheran Church, where she continued her ministry, Faith Knitters, knitting prayer shawls for nursing home residents.

- Rosie Hawthorne

Fennel experiment leads to an awesome shrimp dishwhen we wanted a quick and special meal for a house guest who was visiting, we turned to shrimp and to Mr. Hawthorne's new favorite vegetable he recently discovered -- fennel.

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