Editor's note: This article was last updated Sept. 7 at 4:10 p.m.
Editor's note: This article was last updated Sept. 7 at 3:44 p.m.
BOGUE BANKS — Hurricane Dorian is passing by Myrtle Beach, S.C., and will soon arrive along the North Carolina coast, though its effects have already been seen in Carteret County.
INDIAN BEACH — The town fire department led efforts Saturday afternoon to contain and clean up 30-50 gallons of gas in the waters of a marina at Sea Isle Plantation.
EMERALD ISLE — Town resident Danny Shell kicked off his “Know Before You Go” ocean safety education and hazard awareness campaign Wednesday, handing out cards with safety information and talking to 20 beachgoers on an oceanfront deck at the Holiday Trav-L Park.
PINE KNOLL SHORES — Cooperation between the beach towns of Bogue Banks is vital to keeping beachgoers and swimmers safe, according to Mayor Ken Jones.
PINE KNOLL SHORES — Mayor Ken Jones wants to continue to inform and educate the public about the beach warning flag system in order to prevent future drownings.
BOGUE BANKS, BEAUFORT — The summer tourism season is almost here, and several towns in Carteret County are preparing their paid parking programs.
BOGUE BANKS — The summer tourism season is fast approaching, and first responders in the towns on Bogue Banks have advice on how visitors to the beaches can stay safe.
BOGUE BANKS — The $20.1 million beach nourishment stalled a bit late last week because of bad weather and sea conditions, but it’s still on track for completion well ahead of schedule.
INDIAN BEACH — Town residents have lost one of the area’s biggest pubic safety advocates and public servants. Robert “Bob” William Ivey died Monday at Carteret Health Care. He was 94 years old.
EMERALD ISLE — A bit of Irish tradition came to Carteret County’s own “Emerald Isle” Saturday during the 28th annual St. Patrick’s Festival.
Corrected 4:45 p.m. March 16, 2019, to correct the project completion date.
INDIAN BEACH — While town staff seeks new equipment, Town Manager Tim White says it looks like the new fiscal year will bring a property tax rate increase.