ATLANTIC — Stacy Wilson and some of her neighbors in this small unincorporated Down East community have been wondering if they will get any local or state assistance in removing debris from Hurricane Dorian, which caused significant damage in September.
SEA LEVEL — The owners and management of Snug Harbor on Nelson Bay announced this week the facility will be closing its doors Saturday, Dec. 21.
ATLANTIC — Another round of well water sampling near Marine Corps Outlying Landing Field Atlantic was recently completed as national concern grows over a class of chemicals that may have detrimental effects on human health.
CEDAR ISLAND — A manager of the Cedar Island wild horse herd said more than half the animals are presumed dead due to Hurricane Dorian-related storm surge.
HARKERS ISLAND — North Carolina’s First Lady Kristin Cooper spent her Saturday morning on Harkers Island listening to the concerns of local fishermen on topics ranging from Hurricane Florence recovery to state regulations.
DOWN EAST - National relief agencies are now on the ground in Ocracoke, providing assistance following the devastating effects of Hurricane Dorian.
HARKERS ISLAND — Hurricane Florence may have knocked them down, but Down East residents proved they will get back up again with the love and support of their community.
ATLANTIC — as soon as Hurricane Dorian exited the county, N.C. Baptists on Mission began setting up a base for emergency response and recovery efforts Saturday at Atlantic Missionary Baptist Church.
MOREHEAD CITY — A local business will be collecting recovery supplies Sunday at Lowe’s Home Improvement in Morehead City to deliver to Ocracoke.
NEWPORT — As of Friday afternoon, there were still 123 residents and 36 pets staying at the county emergency shelter at Newport Middle School.
Editor's note: This article was last updated Sept. 7 at 4:47 p.m.
Editor's note: This article was last updated Sept. 7 at 4:35 p.m.
MOREHEAD CITY – Carteret County has set a curfew beginning today for all unincorporated areas.
NEWPORT — County shelter workers and Salvation Army volunteers were busy Wednesday morning setting up in preparation for the opening of a pet-friendly shelter at Newport Middle School for those seeking refuge from Hurricane Dorian.
Editor's note: This article was last updated Sept. 3, 2019, at 3:32 p.m.
HARKERS ISLAND — The summer edition of Taste of Core Sound returned Friday and attendees got to weigh in on a long-held pie rivalry.
WILLISTON — Narcotics detectives with the County Sheriff’s Office and Morehead City Police Department arrested three individuals after serving a search warrant at 361 Donnie Davis Road in Williston Friday.
BEAUFORT — The U.S. Department of Agriculture is seeking public input on an heirs’ property relending program and heirs’ property issues, much like the issues the Reels family has had with their property on Silver Dollar Road in the Merrimon community.
HARKERS ISLAND — Authorities are on the hunt for two county highway historical markers that may have been missing since Hurricane Florence last September.
CARTERET COUNTY — North Carolina officials have created a research program to examine the potential effects of a class of chemicals that may be present in ground and drinking water throughout the state, while an investigation into the presence of the chemicals here in the county is ongoing.
HARKERS ISLAND — Fire and emergency crews responded to a fire at Captain’s Choice Restaurant around 11:04 p.m. Friday.
DOWN EAST — The new North River bridge opened to two-way traffic this week and crews will soon begin removing the old structure it replaces, wrapping up a project that began nearly four years ago.
HARKERS ISLAND — Mariners and others with an interest in waterway navigation are encouraged to submit comments to the U.S. Coast Guard regarding the latest plans to construct a new bridge to Harkers Island.
MARSHALLBERG – The N.C. Forest Service said Sunday the cause of the large fire Thursday and Friday on privately owned, uninhabited Brown’s Island is still under investigation.
(Updated 10:55 a.m. May 24)