MOREHEAD CITY — A County Emergency Services telecommunicator got an early Christmas present Monday when she met a mother and the baby the dispatcher helped deliver.
MOREHEAD CITY — The Carteret County News-Times is undergoing significant changes as it transitions for a new future in community journalism.
MOREHEAD CITY — Morehead City Fire/EMS personnel are investigating a fire that broke out in a storage shed on Yaupon Terrace Monday night.
MOREHEAD CITY — A serious traffic accident Thursday night resulted in one driver being airlifted to Vidant Health in Greenville.
MOREHEAD CITY — For the third year, a unique Christmas tree at Sea Paws is helping shelter animals at the County Humane Society on Hibbs Road near Newport.
MOREHEAD CITY — Morehead City Police have served a warrant for the arrest of James Hammontree Jr. charging him with sexual battery and placing him under a $10,000 secured bond.
MOREHEAD CITY — With 350 county residents on a waiting list for home repairs from damage during Hurricane Florence, a volunteer group from Costa Rica is in the county this week working with the Carteret Long Term Recovery Alliance.
MOREHEAD CITY — Overcast skies and a drizzle didn’t stop a crowd of hungry bivalve lovers from slurping local oysters during the fourth annual Crystal Coast Oyster Festival.
MOREHEAD CITY — It may have looked like a one vehicle parade Monday as an SUV pulled a trailer full of children and canned goods through Morehead City, ending at Martha’s Mission Food Cupboard on Bay Street.
MOREHEAD CITY — With Thanksgiving coming up Thursday, Carteret County is gearing up for the holiday centered around good food and company.
MOREHEAD CITY — Martha’s Mission Cupboard, a nonprofit food pantry that provides food to county residents, is in need of donations to provide meals through the holiday season.
MOREHEAD CITY — Carteret Health Care officials announced Thursday the hospital has joined the Mayo Clinic Care Network, making it the first facility in North Carolina to partner with the nation’s top-ranked hospital system.
MOREHEAD CITY — A small shoebox may not seem like much. However, when it’s filled with toys and school supplies, it can become a big deal for a child in need.
MOREHEAD CITY — The city was recently awarded a Community Development Block Grant from the Rural Economic Development Division of the N.C. Department of Commerce to help seven families rehabilitate their homes from damage caused by Hurricane Florence in September 2018.
MOREHEAD CITY — It looked like a Black Friday rush as 250 residents gathered Thursday to celebrate the grand opening of the new $3.4 million Salvation Army worship and service center.
Editor's note: This article has been updated to correct the amount of money contributed by the Big Rock Foundation for the Shevans Park renovation. This was a reporting error.
BEAUFORT — A discretionary recount Thursday by the County Board of Elections showed Will Baker still holds a razor-thin lead in the tight race for mayor of Cape Carteret, and it appears he’s the victor.
Editor's note: This story was updated Thursday, Nov. 4 at 4:40 p.m. to correct the name of the man charged. This was an error on the police report.
MOREHEAD CITY — The city recently launched a newly-designed website, a project six months in the making that helps further the city’s broad goal of improving communication with residents, visitors and business owners in Morehead City.
MOREHEAD CITY — With a bit of a chill in the air, crowds of people donned hats, coats and blankets Saturday morning and lined Arendell Street to give thanks to the veterans who have fought for the country.
MOREHEAD CITY — Morehead City Elementary School students spent Halloween learning how to stand up to something that can be scary: bullying.
MOREHEAD CITY — The Promise Land Society came together Saturday for The Promise Land Festival, an event rich in pride and heritage.
MOREHEAD CITY — The Salvation Army has begun moving furniture and equipment into its new building at 2800 Bridges St. in preparation for the ribbon cutting and grand opening, which will be at 9 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 14.
MOREHEAD CITY — A political upstart is hoping his trip to all 100 counties will bring him a primary win in the state’s 2020 senate race.