Carolina Artist Gallery is welcoming entrants for the show Coastal Pleasures which will run from June 1 through July 14 . Artist may submit up to two works in any medium on the essence of the pleasures of coastal living. The sound of the waves lapping the glistening sand, or the rolling surf…

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BEAUFORT — Nearly four years after construction began on the new North River Bridge, transportation officials hope to open the span to traffic by the end of this month.

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CARTERET COUNTY — More than seven months after Hurricane Florence, local governments are still awaiting the bulk of reimbursement funds for debris cleanup and other immediate recovery efforts from the Federal Emergency Management Agency.

INTERMEDIATE OIL PAINTING 9 a.m. to noon Mondays until May 27 at Bailey Studio Art School, 905 Ocean Drive, Emerald Isle. Irene Bailey will instruct the classes, which are $85. For more information, call 252-723-3258 or email irene@irenebailey.com.

Carolina Artist Gallery - An artist co-op.  Carolina Artist  Gallery welcomes local established and emerging artists to apply for membership.  All members are juried in and are required to staff the gallery and actively participate in gallery activities - receptions, hangings, publicity, etc.

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EMERALD ISLE — Carteret County and Bogue Banks officials will move forward in the bid process for a long-planned beach nourishment project this winter.

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EMERALD ISLE — Beaches here and all along Bogue Banks were battered by Hurricane Florence, losing a total of 3.6 million cubic yards of sand and heightening the urgency for a nourishment project.

EMERALD ISLE — The town plans to submit to the Federal Emergency Management Agency a request for about $45 million in reimbursement funds for damage caused by Hurricane Florence, $40 million of that to replace 2.2 million cubic yards of sand lost from the town’s 12-mile-long beach strand.

From Coastal Review Online- RALEIGH – As the state awaits another round of high winds and heavy rains from Hurricane Michael, Gov. Roy Cooper began making the case this week for a long-term $1.5 billion Hurricane Florence recovery plan. Read more.