CEDAR POINT — Two of Cedar Point’s new businesses are nearing completion along Highway 24, one a little faster than the other.
EMERALD ISLE — The 2020 sea turtle nesting-and-hatching season on Emerald Isle’s beach strand ended Tuesday when nest No. 14, the final one left to “boil,” was inundated by a higher than normal tide.
MOREHEAD CITY — A North Carolina seafood industry nonprofit has reached out to help Gulf of Mexico fishermen affected by recent tropical weather.
CARTERET COUNTY — Officials in Carteret County reported 15 more confirmed COVID-19 cases Thursday, including one additional case of an individual involved in the public school system.
BEAUFORT — Carteret County school officials said they will review attendance plans based on Gov. Roy Cooper’s announcement Thursday afternoon that students in kindergarten through fifth grade could return to full-time, in-person learning in early October.
NEWPORT — The National Weather Service said Thursday morning there’s a threat of severe weather, including thunderstorms, strong, winds, heavy rainfall and tornadoes, in the Carteret County area Thursday and Friday as Tropical Depression Sally passes the area to the west.
BEAUFORT — The Carteret County public school system has reported three additional COVID-19 cases at its institutions, bringing the total number of cases as of Thursday morning to 14.
MOREHEAD CITY — Perry Harker, vice president of Corporate and Community Education at Carteret Community College, is among 25 individuals recently named as a member of the inaugural NC IDEA Foundation’s NC Black Entrepreneurship Council.
CAPE CARTERET — Town commissioners voted 4-1 Monday night to adopt a budget amendment to fund Cape Carteret’s share of a county-led project to dredge a silted arm of Deer Creek.
OCEAN — The N.C. Coastal Federation’s plans to build a new headquarters and boat ramp on recently acquired land bordering Bogue Sound in Ocean encountered a setback with the Carteret County Planning Commission’s decision this week to partially table a rezoning request for the property.
CARTERET COUNTY — Following a record-breaking summer for tourism in Carteret County, the Crystal Coast Tourism Development Authority is trying to keep the momentum going through the fall and holiday seasons and beyond.
BEAUFORT — The Carteret County Sheriff’s Office announced charges Wednesday against a Newport man accused of breaking and entering into multiple vehicles.
Reporter's note: This article was updated at 12:31 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 17, 2020, to add more information about the estate's office.
CARTERET COUNTY — The county confirmed seven additional COVID-19 cases Wednesday, with the number of active cases staying below 50.
PINE KNOLL SHORES — The town public safety building is closed to walk-in traffic due to a staff member testing positive for COVID-19.
MOREHEAD CITY — A superior court judge will decide whether a conservation deed restriction on more than a dozen acres of land in Morehead City should be removed so the property may be developed after the land owner and state attorney general’s office could not reach a settlement agreement in…
MOREHEAD CITY — As well as encouraging residents to remain vigilant about coronavirus safety precautions, Carteret County Health Department Director Stephanie Cannon also urges residents to get their flu vaccinations by the end of October.
MOREHEAD CITY — Financial aid for members of the fishing and seafood industries may be coming from the National Marine Fisheries Service.
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NEWPORT — Two parcels of land are being considered for annexation to allow development of the Heritage Pointe subdivision to continue.
BEAUFORT — Despite the coronavirus pandemic eating into sales tax revenues this spring March, revenues from certain fees have been rising for areas of Carteret County.
BEAUFORT — The Carteret County public school system reported an additional COVID-19 case in county schools Tuesday afternoon, bringing the total number of cases to 11.
CARTERET COUNTY — The county reports eight additional cases of COVID-19 were confirmed Tuesday, bringing the total to 657 known cases in Carteret County since March.
EDITOR'S NOTE: This article was updated at 4:43 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 15, 2020, to reflect an additional case.