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PINE KNOLL SHORES — The Pine Knoll Shores Board of Commissioners will hold a special joint meeting with the town's Strategic Planning Committee at 6 p.m. Wednesday in the town hall board room at 100 Municipal Circle. The meeting is open to the public.

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PINE KNOLL SHORES — Although Carteret County occupancy tax revenues were down 14% percent in June and 12% percent in July compared to 2018, August collections were up 16% and county officials are hoping the upward trend will continue when September figures are in.

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CARTERET COUNTY — Morehead City resident Chris Morey said he hasn’t gotten back in his home yet because of damage from Hurricane Florence, but he and many other county residents find themselves once again preparing for the possible effects of Hurricane Dorian.

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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.

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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.

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PINE KNOLL SHORES — In a news release around noon Tuesday, town officials identified the man who drowned Sunday off the Memorial Park beach access as Ernest Earl Foster Jr., 38, a “well respected high school teacher in Guilford County.”

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BOGUE BANKS, BEAUFORT — The summer tourism season is almost here, and several towns in Carteret County are preparing their paid parking programs.

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PINE KNOLL SHORES — There’s a bill before the N.C. General Assembly limiting municipalities’ authority to regulate tree removal, and one Carteret County mayor thinks the state legislature is overstepping its purpose.

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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.

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PINE KNOLL SHORES — On a bright, clear Friday, about 13 residents and town officials gathered to hold a celebration of Arbor Day and the community’s dedication to protecting its trees.