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Can we, with a clear conscience, allow the oil industry to threaten our pristine beaches and marine wildlife all in the name of economic development when most of it will not even benefit our communities?
Both aim to give local governments authority to regulate structures that restrict access to public-trust beaches. Language in the bills differ, but both would help in situations where condemned buildings are on the public beach.
Star Wars fans the world over are celebrating May 4 in their own unique ways, including here on the Outer Banks. Sandtroopers, padawans, jawas, droids and Boba Fett turned up on Jockeys Ridge in Nags Head over the weekend.
N.C. Department of Transportation engineers were on the scene this morning, trying to determine how to repair a 150 yard section of N.C. 12 that was washed out by high surf from the May Day coastal storm.
The big storm that blew offshore whipped up dangerous conditions Saturday for the Eastern Surfers Association Mid-Atlantic Regional Surfing Championships at Jennettes Pier in Nags Head.
Sunday was day four of the Eastern Surfing Association Mid-Atlantic Regional Surfing Championships held at Jennettes Pier. Saturday was cancelled due to dangerous conditions.
he big storm that blew offshore at week's end whipped up dangerous conditions Saturday, so the remaining heats in the surfing competition were packed into Sunday's schedule
A 100-yard stretch of N.C. 12 at the end of East Kitty Hawk Road has collapsed after being undermined by waves kicked up from a coastal storm that passed over the Outer Banks on May Day.
The First Flight Nighthawks defeated Bertie in a conference game 9-4 with runs by Daniel Hardy, Briar Tate, Jay Golliday (2), Ricky Carroll and Heath Spry (2). Heath Spry pitched five innings and Luke Golliday closed with two.