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ATLANTIC — Stacy Wilson and some of her neighbors in this small unincorporated Down East community have been wondering if they will get any local or state assistance in removing debris from Hurricane Dorian, which caused significant damage in September.

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CHERRY POINT — Gov. Roy Cooper paid his first visit as governor to Fleet Readiness Center East aboard Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point to tour the depot’s facility and discuss workforce development Tuesday.  

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MOREHEAD CITY — The city recently launched a newly-designed website, a project six months in the making that helps further the city’s broad goal of improving communication with residents, visitors and business owners in Morehead City.

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INDIAN BEACH — In less than a week, the results of the municipal election in Indian Beach will be decided, and it may come down to a literal coin toss.

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MOREHEAD CITY — With a bit of a chill in the air, crowds of people donned hats, coats and blankets Saturday morning and lined Arendell Street to give thanks to the veterans who have fought for the country.

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BEAUFORT — District Attorney Scott Thomas announced Friday Jeromy W. Thomas, 41, of Newport, pleaded guilty in Carteret County Superior Court to multiple felonies related to post-Hurricane Florence fraud and received a prison sentence of 33 to 69 months.

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CAPE CARTERET — Although the 2019 municipal elections are complete, the final numbers are yet to be in the history books. County Election Board members and their staff are working behind-the-scenes hashing out the voting data, particularly in Cape Carteret’s mayor’s race.

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CAPE CARTERET — The town public works department is working to get a new mulch connector path completed between two finished portions of the trail in time for the annual “Trot the Trail” sponsored by the Cape Carteret Aquatic and Wellness Center.

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OCEAN — This is no yarn. There is an alpaca farm in Carteret County, and area residents were able to discover its unique beauty Saturday and Sunday.

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BEAUFORT — About 1,000 more people voted in this year’s municipal elections than in 2017 races, elections officials said Tuesday, but voter turnout was still under 20% of all registered voters in Carteret County.

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PINE KNOLL SHORES — The Pine Knoll Shores Board of Commissioners will hold a special joint meeting with the town's Strategic Planning Committee at 6 p.m. Wednesday in the town hall board room at 100 Municipal Circle. The meeting is open to the public.

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BEAUFORT — Carteret County voters are reminded Tuesday is Election Day for the 2019 municipal races.

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BEAUFORT — State lawmakers are in the process of considering a bill that, if approved, would earmark more than $200 million for disaster recovery from every major named storm since 2016. These include hurricanes Matthew, Florence, Dorian and Tropical Storm Michael.