CARTERET COUNTY — Local businessman and former County Commissioner Terence “Terry” Frank died Saturday. He was 65 years old.
Editor's note: This article was last updated Aug. 20 at 7:33 p.m.
CAPE CARTERET — With only 60 seconds on the clock, Cierra Linton of Washington belted out the first part of “No One” by Alicia Keys in front of a panel of judges.
MOREHEAD CITY — Gwendolyn DeKoning, a widow on a fixed income, loves her small dog Toby and wants to make sure he is current on his vaccinations.
BEAUFORT — With a huzzah and other celebratory cries, pirates swarmed into town and captured the mayor, officially beginning the annual Beaufort Pirate Invasion.
Editor's note: This article was last updated Aug. 8 at 7:47 p.m.
PINE KNOLL SHORES — Two community leaders were recognized for their contributions to the county by the N.C. Black Elected Municipal Officials during a luncheon Tuesday at the Inn at Pine Knoll Shores.
MOREHEAD CITY — Carteret Health Care recently awarded two contracts for capital projects representing a nearly $5 million investment at the hospital.
MOREHEAD CITY — State fisheries managers have released a new overview of commercially important fish stocks, and a commercial fishing advocacy group and the state branch of a recreational fishing conservation nonprofit seem supportive of its results.
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.
DURHAM — In a release Wednesday, the state of North Carolina and the Federal Emergency Management Agency has reimbursed another $2.3 million to Carteret County for Hurricane Florence storm debris cleanup.
MOREHEAD CITY — It was all about being prepared for the next hurricane and how to get help with recovery Saturday during the first Hurricane Preparedness and Recovery Expo at the Crystal Coast Civic Center.
Reporter's note: This article was corrected July 17 at 3:26 p.m. The previous version had the name ProPublica written with a lowercase second "p."
NEWPORT — With Saturday the 50th anniversary of man’s first steps on the moon, one town resident remembers playing a part in America’s space race.
BEAUFORT - The County Board of Elections will meet at 9 a.m. Wednesday at the office at 1702 Live Oak St., Suite 200, in Beaufort for a special meeting.
BEAUFORT — American flags waved and sirens wailed as revelers packed Front Street Thursday afternoon for the annual Fourth of July parade through the downtown district.
MOREHEAD CITY — With one of the biggest holidays for summer travel only a day away, local tourism officials say the county’s lodging situation is slowly improving after Hurricane Florence caused extensive damage to numerous hotels, condominiums and other rental properties last September.
CARTERET COUNTY — With the Fourth of July weekend approaching, County Sheriff Asa Buck asks all residents to join him in making this holiday happy, enjoyable and safe for everyone.
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.
Editor's note: This article was last updated June 27 at 10:17 a.m.
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.
CARTERET COUNTY — With the 2019 Atlantic hurricane season officially underway as of June 1, coastal residents should be aware of updates to the National Flood Insurance Program that will change how the Federal Emergency Management Agency calculates flood risk and insurance policy pricing.
RALEIGH - The burn ban for Carteret and 17 other eastern counties is being lifted at 5 p.m. Monday.