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BEAUFORT —  Sheriff Asa Buck and Moseley Architects representative Dan Mace presented county commissioners several options for expanding inmate space at the county jail, costing from $27 million to more than $40 million. The pair presented the board the figures at the commission’s Feb. 4 sem…

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BEAUFORT —  Funding issues with the North Carolina Department of Transportation have led to the postponement of two major infrastructure projects in Beaufort.

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BEAUFORT — Town officials are encouraging the public to take part in an online survey geared toward identifying accessibility issues with streets, sidewalks and other public infrastructure.

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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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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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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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BEAUFORT — Renee Rogers has formally resigned her post as manager of the Michael J. Smith Field Airport.

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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.