Welcome to the 22nd episode of Carteret COnnects Podcast with your hosts Mike McHugh from Coastal Daybreak and Richard Clark, news director for the Carteret News-Times.
Morehead City Council talks proposed 5-year capital plan, School board OKs CHS, WCHS graduations and ECHS plans up in air Atlantic Beach temporarily permits outdoor alcohol sales
Anderson Bass of Churchwell’s Jewelers saw large crowds in both his shop and the surrounding shops and restaurants this past Memorial Day weekend. He hopes business in the community will continue to pick up as shops keep adjusting their operations to meet the safety guidelines in order to mo…
MHC planners recommend preliminary plat for multi-family development, self-storage, County looks into water system merger with Beaufort and Pine Knoll Shores celebrates life of the late Mayor Jones
Don Dixon of Kites Unlimited gives his recount of Memorial Day weekend and his hopes for the rest of this summer. (Caramia Valentin/ Carteret News-Times)
John Morrow, an owner in his family business of Atlantic Beach Surf Shop, tells his story on how the shop had to change recently. Morrow looks forward to a busy summer season as he hopes the industry will continue to gain normalcy. (Caramia Valentin/ Carteret News-Times reporter)
General Manager, Parker Bell, of South Swell Surf Shop is ready for a busy summer season. An interview with Bell uncovers how the shop is practicing safe social distancing and why he believes that this summer will be an incredibly busy one. (Caramia Valentin/ Carteret News-Times reporter)
Welcome to the 21st episode of Carteret COnnects Podcast with your hosts Mike McHugh from Coastal Daybreak and Richard Clark, news director for the Carteret News-Times.
Morehead City introduces phased reopening plan, Pine Knoll Shores, Atlantic Beach reopen town hall to limited access and TDA adopts recommended 2020-21 budget
Ronnie Watson, owner of the Holiday Trav-L-Park Resort, gives his recount of their busy Memorial Day weekend. As the season on the island picks up Watson hopes that HTP Resort will be running fully normal in time. (Caramia Valentin/ Carteret-News Times)
As the business owner of 4 J’s Cafe and Bake Shop for 11 years, Joe Sardone is excited for the summer season as it finally begins to pick up. This interview with Sardone gives an idea to how the first big weekend, Memorial Day weekend, was a big hit for businesses on the island as he looks f…
Carteret Health Care invests in new tech for detecting diseases, Audubon NC advises beachgoers, others to watch for nesting birds and Pets can get coronavirus, but vets say no cause for concern
Welcome to the 20th episode of Carteret COnnects Podcast with your hosts Mike McHugh from Coastal Daybreak and Richard Clark, news director for the Carteret News-Times.
Coronavirus response money for local governments coming, but slowly, Carteret County looks at sales tax hike and Cedar Point board OKs work to clear final hurdles for $1M park grant
Welcome to the 19th episode of Carteret COnnects Podcast with your hosts Mike McHugh from Coastal Daybreak and Richard Clark, news director for the Carteret News-Times.
Caribsea is excited to open it’s doors to seated guests today. An interview with General Manager and Executive Chef, Patrick Hogan, uncovers how they prepared for this day. (Caramia Valentin/ Carteret News-Times Reporter)
Core Sound Waterfowl Museum Heritage Center is finally leaving its "Home Away from Home" at 806 Arendell St. on May 22.
Morehead City projects budget shortfall, holds tax rate for FY2020-21, Cape Carteret OKs permit for boarding, grooming business and PWRC, NC Highway Patrol announce 10th anti-drunk driving campaign