RALEIGH — Carteret County and other communities affected by Hurricane Florence in 2018 are one step closer to being able to access federal funds for repairing damaged homes and other recovery efforts.
CARTERET COUNTY — State officials have moved forward with insurance rate increases that will impact all but one area of Carteret County come Wednesday, July 1.
BEAUFORT — A multiagency investigation has resulted in the arrest of a Morehead City man, as well as the seizure of a large quantity of illicit drugs.
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.
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.
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.
Boys and Girls Club of the Coastal Plains members Matthew Cannon, left, and Rushawn McDonald, right, observe a prayer for world peace Monday at the Crystal Coast Civic Center in Morehead City during the 27th annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration. (Dylan Ray photo)
Editor's note: This article was last updated Jan. 22 at 7:23 p.m.
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.
NMFS accepts pre-proposals for bycatch reduction
MOREHEAD CITY — A recent study of Highway 24 through Carteret and Onslow counties revealed there are a number of potential fixes to improve safety and mobility along the corridor, but not everyone in the county is on board with the recommended projects.
BEAUFORT — District Attorney Scott Thomas announced Thursday that Jerry Lee Faircloth, 52, of Newport, was convicted in Carteret County Superior Court this week following a jury trial of being a sex offender unlawfully on premises.
BEAUFORT — Town officials have given county leaders a deadline to make appointments to the town’s planning board and board of adjustment.
BEAUFORT — Most computer- and internet-literate people have probably heard of scams and cyber attacks on individuals, but computer criminals also go after bigger targets, like local governments.
BEAUFORT — Two men arrested on drug charges have pleaded guilty, according to a Tuesday announcement from the office of District Attorney Scott Thomas.
MOREHEAD CITY —Carteret County Animal Control has reported the second case of a raccoon testing positive for rabies in January.
NEWPORT — A dense fog bank is hovering over the North Carolina coast, but National Weather Service forecasters say it should clear up with an approaching storm.
CARTERET COUNTY — The pristine beaches and unique locations on the Crystal Coast draw large crowds year-round, but some come for one specific reason: to get married.
BEAUFORT — Carteret County deputies arrested a man after he left his phone at a neighbor’s house and the person who found it discovered child pornography on it.
Editor's note: This article was last updated at 11:00 a.m. Jan. 8, 2020, with the latest information.
BEAUFORT — County officials are in the process of soliciting public comments on a pair of proposed projects to bolster the Straits fishing pier on Harkers Island Road and the Salter Path beach access on Bogue Banks.
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.
CORRECTION: This article was updated at 1:27 p.m. Jan. 7, 2020, to identify the County Health Department as a sponsor of the event and to correct a misspelled name.
CAPE CARTERET — An early town commissioner, magistrate and longtime resident died Dec. 28 and got plaudits last week from those who loved and respected her.
Carteret County — The past decade brought major changes to the news industry, and newsrooms across the country had to either adapt to the digital ways of the future or close their doors.