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Since the 16th Century, miniature artists have worked diligently to create these little jewels. Artists use specific techniques, diminished format and reduced scale to create remarkable results with fine detail and visual expression.
A safe investigators have confirmed was stolen from Currituck BBQ last December was pulled from the water today near Colington. A Sheriff's Office boat with side-scan sonar was used to find the safe in about 8 feet of water.
Hatteras and Ocracoke islands were plunged into a blackout for around five hours early Monday, after the failure near the temporary/forever bridge at New Inlet on Pea Island.
Currituck deputies have arrested six more suspects stemming from a massive drug-related round up that followed an investigation spanning more than a year. Earlier, 23 arrests were made.
A rumor that a Harris Teeter would be built in the area of town where Pamlico Jack's restaurant now stands eventually led to a town forum last week to discuss zoning along the Nags Head soundfront.
Investigators have found no evidence that anyone had assaulted a cab driver who died a week after suffering a serious head injury in Colington Harbour. The Sheriff's Office, however, is still asking anyone with information to step forward.
College of The Albemarle will be exhibiting the work of students in the annual COA Student Exhibition in the COA Professional Arts Gallery in Manteo through May 2. Works includes jewelry and paintings created by students.
The two-day workshop will offered on April 26 and 27 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Students will learn to use a variety of media, including watercolor, acrylic, collage materials, charcoal, graphite and image transfer.
With two school groups heading to Ft. Raleigh, The Lost Colony has sold out two of its four presentations of “Haunted History," a living history event. The other two are April 22 and 23.
For the last four years, Food Lion of South Nags Head has been named a Business Partner of the Year and is the first recipient to have been nominated that many times.