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CAPE CARTERET — County school officials are concerned about the impact of residential growth in the western part of the county on schools, especially White Oak Elementary.

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BEAUFORT — A man was airlifted for medical care Friday afternoon after the vehicle he was driving struck a tree off the side of the 1200 block of Live Oak Street in Beaufort.

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Pine Knoll Shores — The Crystal Coast Tourism Development Authority Board of Directors has released $400,000 to be used for an ongoing television advertising campaign ahead of the summer tourism season.

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BEAUFORT — The Carteret County-Beaufort Airport Authority will complete an assessment phase prior to choosing a permanent replacement for outgoing Michael J. Smith Field Airport Manager Renee Rogers.

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MOREHEAD CITY — With temperatures dipping down near freezing Monday and Tuesday, the Hope Mission men’s homeless shelter has seen an increase in those seeking shelter from the cold.

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CHERRY POINT —  Fleet Readiness Center East recently hosted the first U.S. trials for a new cold spray technology application and saw promising results, program officials said. If approved, the technology would help reduce turnaround times and decrease costs for repairs that were previously …

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HARKERS ISLAND – Though it is a slow process, officials at the Core Sound Waterfowl Museum & Heritage Center are moving items back into the museum after the facility was closed for more than a year.

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WASHINGTON, D.C. — The U.S. Department of Labor Tuesday announced incremental funding of $4 million for a Disaster Recovery National Dislocated Worker Grant to the North Carolina Department of Commerce in response to Hurricane Florence in September 2018.