CARTERET COUNTY — The Carteret County Health Department will host a COVID-19 vaccination clinic from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday at The Bridge Downeast on Harkers Island.
BEAUFORT — After hearing from neighbors who raised concerns about the plans, as well as developers who responded to many of those concerns, the Carteret County Planning Commission gave its recommendation of approval to preliminary plans for a proposed RV park off Lake Road.
BEAUFORT — After months tussling over duties and composition, town commissioners have appointed eight individuals to the new Beaufort Harbor and Waterways Master Plan Advisory Committee.
RALEIGH — The N.C. Housing Opportunities and Prevention of Evictions, or HOPE, Program has announced a change to income requirements that will increase the number of applicants eligible for emergency rent and utility assistance.
BEAUFORT — The Carteret County Sheriff's office announced Thursday afternoon the missing juvenile has been located in Beaufort.
EMERALD ISLE — Chris Johns, co-owner of RuckerJohns in Emerald Isle, said York Properties of Raleigh, the owner of Emerald Plantation shopping center, has withdrawn a lawsuit against the restaurant owners seeking to force Sunday operational hours.
NEWPORT — Town officials have adopted a unified development ordinance and several other amendments to Newport’s ordinances to meet state statute changes.
EMERALD ISLE — Town commissioners June 8 voted 5-0 to approve the final plat for the first phase of the Village West mixed-use development project off Islander Drive.
CAPE CARTERET — Cape Carteret commissioners voted Monday night to use a state grant alongside town and Carteret County funds to pay for dredging the channel that leads into Bogue Sound from the town boat ramp at the end of Manatee Street.
MOREHEAD CITY — Carteret County health officials are concerned about the low turnout of 12- to 17-year-olds at COVID-19 vaccination clinics originally scheduled for Thursdays in June at the former Kmart building in Morehead City.
MOREHEAD CITY — The city council last week approved a new use allowing “in-law quarters” as a secondary dwelling unit on certain residential lots, with the intent of later expanding the use to be more broadly applicable throughout the city.
CAPE CARTERET — Cape Carteret commissioners voted unanimously Monday night to adopt a $1.69 million budget for fiscal 2021-22, which begins Thursday, July 1.
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MOREHEAD CITY — Carteret Community College is offering free tuition and assistance with other costs for eligible students thanks to two grants the college received in May.
EMERALD ISLE — Two owners of a restaurant in Emerald Isle are so far defying their property owner’s lawsuit to get them to reopen the business on Sundays.
MOREHEAD CITY — The N.C. Division of Marine Fisheries has issued a swimming advisory for the Bogue Sound public water access on Sunset Drive in Morehead City Tuesday.
BEAUFORT — Rain couldn’t prevent Carteret County Department of Social Services workers from observing Tuesday as World Elder Abuse Awareness Day.
BEAUFORT — Carteret County officials announced Monday Nick Wilson, previously the public information officer for the Carteret County Sheriff’s Office, is now PIO for the county government.
NEWPORT — Local weather forecasters warn Carteret County residents and visitors there may be hail and wind gusts Tuesday afternoon.
CAPE CARTERET — With the coronavirus pandemic receding in the area, Cape Carteret is planning its first big gathering in more than a year.
NEWPORT — Katey Simmons was seeking a project that would help others as a way to show gratitude for her blessings.
ATLANTIC BEACH — A company is looking into bringing a new alternative mode of transportation to Atlantic Beach — electric scooters.
BEAUFORT — The Carteret County Sheriff's Office has canceled a missing person alert, announcing Tuesday morning Shayde Danielle Aton, of Jacksonville, Fla., was found.
CARTERET COUNTY — COVID-19-related hospitalizations at Carteret Health Care in Morehead City went from one reported Friday up to three Monday, even as total confirmed cases increased by five.
PINE KNOLL SHORES — Town officials in Pine Knoll Shores are maintaining the current property tax rate for another year.