BEAUFORT — During their Monday evening regular session at the administration building on Courthouse Square, county commissioners will listen to a report about Radio Island’s potential as a site for an industrial park.
BEAUFORT — The owners of the Boathouse at Front Street Village announced Aug. 1 they have sold the business to Southern Marinas, a Florida-based marina owner and operator.
PINE KNOLL SHORES — As environmental changes that threaten natural ecosystems mount in coastal communities, two innovative Carteret County men have created a product they hope can be used to create and restore estuarine habitats and help stop shoreline erosion.
BEAUFORT — As of this year, Barbour Marine Supply Co. has been in the business of boat parts and repair for 100 continuous years, serving the boating community near and far.
MOREHEAD CITY — More than 10 months after Hurricane Florence caused widespread damage to homes, businesses and hotels throughout Carteret County, contractors to carry out the repairs are still stretched thin.
CHERRY POINT — Over the past nine months, the recycling program at Fleet Readiness Center East has processed hundreds of tons of Hurricane Florence-related waste, working to keep as much as possible out of local landfills.
RALEIGH (AP) — North Carolina is the latest state considering a ban on smokable hemp, a product that’s exploding along with the health craze surrounding a compound in the plant known as CBD.
CHERRY POINT — The N.C. Department of Labor recognized Fleet Readiness Center East for the depot’s exemplary safety record during a regional awards luncheon held June 12 in Kinston.
MOREHEAD CITY — The Carteret County News-Times office building on Bridges Street will be sold to Excel Learning Center to be used as a child day care facility.
MOREHEAD CITY — A new device designed to more easily hold and display vehicle placards that had its start in the minds of some local inventors could be hitting the market soon.
MOREHEAD CITY — Medical Park Pharmacy, an institution serving eastern North Carolina for 35 years, announced last week it is selling its retail pharmacies to CVS and permanently closing several locations.