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BWF to present ‘The Art of Tasting’ wine seminar

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Beaufort Wine & Food will host a wine seminar from 4:30-6 p.m. Saturday, July 21, in the Beaufort Wine & Food retail wine store, 129 M…

Students perfect the art of theater during weeklong summer camp

Students perfect the art of theater during weeklong summer camp

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A group of aspiring thespians dipped their toes into the world of theater Monday during the start of a weeklong drama camp at Carteret Communi…

Swing into summer with library film fest

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BY chuck waters

Veteran’s Services bring in millions, provide benefits

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The County Veteran’s Services Department has brought millions of dollars to the county for veterans and their families.

Embers to perform during Alive at Five concert series

Embers to perform during Alive at Five concert series

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Grab some friends and put on a pair of dancing shoes to hear The Embers as they take center stage Friday, July 20, as a part of the Alive at F…

This Week – July 12 edition

This Week – July 12 edition

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Sink your teeth into Shark Week

Sink your teeth into Shark Week

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Sink your teeth into fun and facts all about sharks during Shark Week, which is Saturday-Friday, July 14-20, at the N.C. Aquarium at Pine Knol…

Wild Honey to perform at Fort Macon

Wild Honey to perform at Fort Macon

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Wild Honey will perform the next concert in the Fort Macon Summer Concert series.

Hospital art gallery to feature work of Linda Werthwein

Hospital art gallery to feature work of Linda Werthwein

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This month, the Cassie Howe Algeo Gallery will feature the artwork of Linda Werthwein.

This Week – July 5 edition

This Week – July 5 edition

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Mad Fiddler to perform at Fort Macon

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At 1 p.m. Saturday, July 7, Fort Macon will present the second of the afternoon concerts.

Cape Lookout announces upcoming programs

Cape Lookout announces upcoming programs

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Cape Lookout National Seashore has many fun programs approaching.

Church to hold concert and art event Friday

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Brierwood Ensemble will provide musical entertainment during an upcoming concert at St. Francis by the Sea Episcopal Church in Salter Path.

Studio welcomes impressionist painter

Studio welcomes impressionist painter

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Craving Art Studio in Beaufort will present new work by contemporary impressionist painter Trisha Adams.

Appreciation day to honor Ira Lewis

Appreciation day to honor Ira Lewis

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It’s not every day that a man turns 100, and not every community has a man like Ira Lewis.

This Week – June 28 edition

This Week – June 28 edition

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‘Grease is the word’ at Carteret Community Theatre

‘Grease is the word’ at Carteret Community Theatre

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Carteret Community Theatre is taking a trip down memory lane to a time when sock hops and soda parlors were all the rage.

County, beyond gears up for Independence Day celebrations

County, beyond gears up for Independence Day celebrations

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The Crystal Coast is planning to celebrate America’s 242nd birthday, which falls on a Wednesday this year.

Telluride to perform concert at Fort Macon

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Fort Macon is gearing up to host the fourth concert of the season with the music of Telluride, an eastern coastal Carolina premier bluegrass band.

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  • Missing captain, mate found

    Missing captain, mate found

    PAMLICO SOUND — Hours after the capsizing of the shrimping vessel Mad Lady 2, U.S. Coast Guard officials confirm they have found both of the ship’s crewmembers alive.

  • Exporting from MHC

    Exporting from MHC

    MOREHEAD CITY — A train engine billows smoke as a conveyer belt system loads tons of soybean meal from the train cars into the cargo holds of a looming sea vessel.

  • Mac Daddy’s selected to host ‘American Idol’ casting call

    Mac Daddy’s selected to host ‘American Idol’ casting call

    CAPE CARTERET — Mac Daddy’s, a family entertainment venue on Golfin’ Dolphin Drive, will host a casting call for “American Idol” in August.

  • McLaughlin commits to play  at next level with Cincinnati

    McLaughlin commits to play at next level with Cincinnati

    CINCINNATI — Sean McLaughlin, a 2017 West Carteret graduate, committed this week to play baseball for the University of Cincinnati.

  • County buys land for parking, more

    BEAUFORT — County commissioners hope their decision to purchase land along Harkers Island Road will improve access to a nearby boat ramp while providing ecological safeguards.

  • A route through Wildwood

    A route through Wildwood

    Morehead City — The N.C. Department of Transportation presented its latest plans to the public for the proposed alternative routes for the Bridges Street extension project Thursday evening.

  • Board requests NCDOT install traffic cameras along Hwy 58

    EMERALD ISLE — Town commissioners Tuesday night asked the N.C. Department of Transportation to put up traffic-monitoring cameras at one or more major intersections to help residents and visitors in the bustling resort town decide when it’s best to hit the roads or stay home.

  • Petition seeks to keep officer with his K-9 companion

    Petition seeks to keep officer with his K-9 companion

    Morehead City — An online petition to keep a police officer with his longtime K-9 partner has gathered more than 8,000 signatures.

  • Town looks to improvements along Islander Drive

    Town looks to improvements along Islander Drive

    EMERALD ISLE — Town officials are working with Carteret-Craven Electric Cooperative and property owners along Islander Drive to identify and eventually construct aesthetic and practical improvements along the road and at the Western Ocean Regional Access where the street ends at the beach.

  • Waste authority talks China, recycling

    Waste authority talks China, recycling

    BEAUFORT — Local solid waste officials have expressed concern over the impact global politics could have on area residents.

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  • Woman files wrongful death suit against county sheriff, officers

    BEAUFORT — The mother of a man who committed suicide while in custody has filed a civil complaint against officers with the Carteret County Sheriff’s Office alleging wrongful death.

  • Concerns about safety at Radio Island intersection grow

    Concerns about safety at Radio Island intersection grow

    MOREHEAD CITY — Residents packed the train depot Wednesday for the county transportation committee meeting to voice concerns about what they say is a dangerous intersection on Radio Island.

  • Mac Daddy’s selected to host ‘American Idol’ casting call

    Mac Daddy’s selected to host ‘American Idol’ casting call

    CAPE CARTERET — Mac Daddy’s, a family entertainment venue on Golfin’ Dolphin Drive, will host a casting call for “American Idol” in August.

  • County buys land for parking, more

    BEAUFORT — County commissioners hope their decision to purchase land along Harkers Island Road will improve access to a nearby boat ramp while providing ecological safeguards.

  • Town looks to improvements along Islander Drive

    Town looks to improvements along Islander Drive

    EMERALD ISLE — Town officials are working with Carteret-Craven Electric Cooperative and property owners along Islander Drive to identify and eventually construct aesthetic and practical improvements along the road and at the Western Ocean Regional Access where the street ends at the beach.

  • Students explore emergency services careers

    Students explore emergency services careers

    ATLANTIC BEACH —Bailey Willis, 12, of Atlantic, is interested in becoming a paramedic.

  • Missing captain, mate found

    Missing captain, mate found

    PAMLICO SOUND — Hours after the capsizing of the shrimping vessel Mad Lady 2, U.S. Coast Guard officials confirm they have found both of the ship’s crewmembers alive.

  • Graves’ removal done in error

    Onslow County officials discovered July 12 that gravesites on a proposed subdivision near Swansboro have been moved. The action apparently took place without following state statutes.

  • Adopt-a-Pet

    Adopt-a-Pet

    Here’s a look at animals ready for adoption through the County Humane Society on Hibbs Road near Newport. Holly, a 1-year-old female cat, needs a loving home, as does Lola, a 3-year-old female yellow Labrador retriever mix. The shelter is offering a special on kitten adoptions, $75 for one kitten and $100 for two. (Cheryl Burke photos)

  • Exporting from MHC

    Exporting from MHC

    MOREHEAD CITY — A train engine billows smoke as a conveyer belt system loads tons of soybean meal from the train cars into the cargo holds of a looming sea vessel.