A year after Hurricane Florence and more than a week after Hurricane Dorian, those at the Core Sound Waterfowl Museum and Heritage Center on Harkers Island are remembering the impacts the storms had on the area with a community gathering.
At 7 p.m. Friday the Lopez Tabor Duo will perform in the live acoustic sanctuary of St. Francis by the Sea Episcopal Church, at 920 Salter Path Road in Salter Path.
What happens when a group of film buffs playing team trivia at Cru Wine Bar in Beaufort start reminiscing about how much fun it is to watch a great flick on the big screen in a movie theater and wonder why there isn’t one in Carteret County east of Atlantic Beach?
The Beaufort Historic Site will hold its semi-annual membership meeting and picnic at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday on the grounds of the Beaufort Historic Site.
The County Public Library in Beaufort and the Western Carteret Library in Cape Carteret are gearing up for Let’s Talk About It, a popular book reading and discussion series.
The N.C. Symphony is dedicated to serving all North Carolinians with orchestral music — and guided by that mission, the symphony will present its first-ever sensory-friendly concert at Meymandi Concert Hall in Raleigh Saturday, Sept. 14 at 1 p.m.
The Morehead City-Beaufort Elks Lodge will host a 9/11 Memorial Ride to remember the victims of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, as well as all first responders.
After a six-week voting process, Tabbie Nance was declared the League of Women Voters of Carteret County’s Woman of the Year for 2019.
Join in on the end of summer fun. Bring your kids, grab your friends, put on your dancing shoes and bring your lawn chairs to hear Bounce! Party Band as they take center stage Thursday, Sept. 5.
Seafood lovers can get their fill during Ocracoke’s Seafood Festival. The event is Saturday, Aug. 31 at Berkley Barn and will benefit the Ocracoke Health Center.
Rising eighth-grader and Pine Knoll Shores resident Connor Marsh found a way to help his community and honor his grandmother’s memory at the same time with his Eagle Scout project.
CAPE CARTERET — With only 60 seconds on the clock, Cierra Linton of Washington belted out the first part of “No One” by Alicia Keys in front of a panel of judges.
The Down East Folk Arts Society has announced the first of three performances in the 2019 fall concert series, which runs September through November.