ATLANTIC BEACH — Both the town planning board and council moved quickly Monday to approve adjustments to the Tackle Box Tavern site plan.
EMERALD ISLE — Carteret County Beach Commission Chairperson Jim Normile said Tuesday the county and panel are making progress in finding a replacement for County Shore Protection Office manager Greg Rudolph, whose last day on the job was Friday.
ATLANTIC BEACH — Coastal towns in North Carolina may soon need to create beach management plans, but towns on Bogue Banks are one step ahead.
INDIAN BEACH — Town officials created a new permitted use for the town business district as a longtime commissioner prepares to depart the board.
EMERALD ISLE — Emerald Isle commissioners voted 5-0 Tuesday night to offer financial incentives for full-time firefighters, police officers and emergency medical service department workers to get certified by the U.S. Lifesaving Association, as are all of the town’s lifeguards.
EMERALD ISLE — Tuesday night, Emerald Isle commissioners will consider authorizing town manager Matt Zapp to apply for state funds for a dredging project to improve the channel to and from the regional boating access facility on Bogue Sound, just east of town hall.
CARTERET COUNTY — Visitation during the 2021 summer tourism season either increased or maintained course at two of Carteret County’s biggest attractions.
EMERALD ISLE — The Carteret County Beach Commission is poised to make a major decision Monday — whether to switch from local and state funding to federal funding and management for Bogue Banks beach nourishment projects.
PINE KNOLL SHORES — The Carteret County Beach Commission is offering an alternative to the Federal Emergency Management Agency-based beach nourishment program, but Pine Knoll Shores officials seem reluctant to switch.
EMERALD ISLE — Although the Carteret County Beach Commission was set to meet Monday, Oct. 26 to make a big decision on whether to opt into a federal beach nourishment program for Bogue Banks, the meeting has been postponed until sometime in mid-November because of ongoing novel coronavirus p…