Below is a map showing restaurants, their locations and links to their Facebook page explaining their available services. Restaurants in the county are working hard to meet the needs of our community after the order to close all table service. 

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With the stay-at-home order in place and many others quarantining due to COVID-19, Carteret Health Care Nutrition Supervisor Kristi Gloe offers several tips to help you not only keep the pounds off, but also become more health conscious.

A section of a county road will close for more than a week while N.C. Department of Transportation crews replace a culvert damaged during Hurricane Florence in September 2018.

Amid the ongoing novel coronavirus pandemic, the Carteret County Board of Elections will meet in person Wednesday for it regular April meeting.

RALEIGH — North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper announced Friday that a statewide stay-at-home order will start next week, saying more movement restrictions are needed to blunt the new coronavirus and prevent hospitals from being overrun by cases.