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.
BEAUFORT — Coastal stakeholders of all sorts met Tuesday through Friday at the Duke University Marine Lab to discuss marine debris and how to address it.
BEAUFORT — A group of 10 men in orange jumpsuits sits around a conference table in a high-ceilinged room off the main concourse of the county jail, poring over Bible verses and talking quietly amongst themselves.
BEAUFORT — Town officials have given county leaders a deadline to make appointments to the town’s planning board and board of adjustment.
BEAUFORT — Construction of a roundabout at the intersection of Live Oak Street and Highway 101 could start late in the calendar year, according to N.C. Department of Transportation Division Project Manager Rachelle Beauregard.
BEAUFORT — Ten county homes damaged by Hurricane Florence will soon be repaired thanks to a $1.4 million grant from the national disaster resilience and recovery organization St. Bernard Project.
BEAUFORT — Officials for the proposed Compass Hotel project will have to return to the Historic Preservation Commission during their Feb. 4 meeting and clarify certain aspects of their parking lot design.
BEAUFORT — With his fourth consecutive term as a district court judge coming to an end, Judge Peter Mack Jr. has decided not to campaign for reelection.
BEAUFORT — A fundraiser to help employees of The Spouter Inn Restaurant & Bakery, which was destroyed by a fire Dec. 22, raised nearly $18,000, and there are ongoing efforts to help raise money for residents of the building.
Town planners to meet
BEAUFORT — Residents and visitors kicked off the new decade with the county’s annual observation and celebration of the Emancipation Proclamation.
BEAUFORT — One person sustained minor injuries following a blaze at Monroe Johnson Construction Co. at 313 Merrimon Road in Beaufort Tuesday.
BEAUFORT — Investigators do not suspect foul play in a fire that destroyed several downtown businesses and apartments Dec. 22.
BEAUFORT — Renee Rogers has formally resigned her post as manager of the Michael J. Smith Field Airport.
BEAUFORT — Under the glow of twinkling lights and with the sound of jingle bells and Christmas carols filling the air, shoppers browsed through vendor booths Saturday evening at the Olde Beaufort Farmers’ Market Holiday Market.
BEAUFORT — Town staff met with local business owners Dec. 12 to discuss proposed changes the town is exploring for the 100 block of Turner Street.
Editor's note: This article was last updated at 12:26 p.m. Dec. 23, 2019, with the latest information and another photograph.
BEAUFORT — With arms filled with wrapped gifts and food boxes, members of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church were rushing Friday to load vehicles for delivery to children and families in time for Christmas.
BEAUFORT — County commissioners unanimously approved a $50,000 economic development incentive to try and secure the expansion of local boat manufacturer Parker Boats.
NORTH RIVER — When 2 feet of water came in their house during Hurricane Florence, Claude and Hilda Wallace weren’t sure if they would ever celebrate another Christmas in their home.
BEAUFORT — The competition is heating up for a Christmas cookie battle that will take place from 6-8 p.m. Monday in the East Carteret High School cafeteria.
BEAUFORT — East Carteret High School band members have a lot to be thankful for this holiday season as they prepare to head to Walt Disney World Resort to perform in a parade.
BEAUFORT — In a split 3-2 vote with Commissioners Marianna Hollinshed and John Hagle dissenting, town commissioners approved site plans for a Compass hotel, pending developers meeting a number of caveats.
MOREHEAD CITY — Anyone with an interest in how estuarine research reserves, including the local Rachel Carson reserve, are managed has an opportunity to provide input.