CEDAR POINT — A western Carteret County town is once again a sponsor of Operation Bundle Up, an effort to provide coats, hoodies, mittens, gloves and winter hats to school-age children who need them.
BEAUFORT — Crews will close Carteret Avenue in Beaufort for roadwork beginning Monday and continuing through Friday.
BEAUFORT — Like old familiar friends, members of Beaufort Ole Towne Rotary Club were on duty Tuesday unloading Christmas trees in front of Ace Hardware.
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ATLANTIC BEACH — Dredging of channels at the State Port of Morehead City and beach nourishment in Atlantic Beach will begin before the end of December, with initial mobilization of personnel and equipment to the harbor and beach early in the month.
RALEIGH — Beginning Tuesday, Dec. 1, the State Library of North Carolina will host a series of online discussions to gather input regarding public libraries in North Carolina.
BEAUFORT — The N.C. Coastal Federation is one step closer to being able to construct a new headquarters on land along the Bogue Sound in Ocean with a rezoning request for the property granted by the Carteret County Board of Commissioners last week.
MOREHEAD CITY — Many beloved holiday traditions will continue in Morehead City this year despite the coronavirus pandemic, with a Christmas tree lighting, parade and other events scheduled to take place during the first few weeks of December.
MOREHEAD CITY — Thanks to the help of donations raised by the Carteret Health Care Foundation, the hospital was able to purchase an ultraviolet light disinfecting robot that will be put to work cleaning rooms beginning next week.
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Carteret County residents and others have an opportunity to provide input to federal fisheries managers on potential restrictions to fishing gear.
NEWPORT — More staff is needed in every town department, especially the fire department, according to Newport officials, who recently discussed future planning.
CEDAR POINT — Town commissioners voted 4-0 Tuesday night to change from a town administrator to a town manager form of government and add a fifth commissioner to the panel as part of the November 2021 election.
EMERALD ISLE — After decades of depending on commissioners and town staffers to address media questions and publicize events, Emerald Isle has started advertising for a public information and media director.
NEWPORT — Single mother Chevonne Reels has a lot to be thankful for this holiday season, like a new house built by Crystal Coast Habitat for Humanity.
RALEIGH — After more than 11,000 North Carolinians shared their thoughts on the Great Trails State Plan survey, public input is now being sought on a first draft of the proposed network.
CARTERET COUNTY — The long lines and large crowds usually seen on Black Friday may not happen this year amid a nationwide surge in coronavirus cases, but businesses are still figuring out ways to get shoppers excited for the start of the holiday shopping season.
CARTERET COUNTY — The Carteret County Health Department announced Wednesday it has confirmed the county’s 20th COVID-19-related death, as the number of confirmed cases continues to rise.
MOREHEAD CITY — Carteret County families struggling financially have a place to go for a free Thanksgiving meal Thursday.
NEWPORT — Tourism to Carteret County has soared in coronavirus virus-troubled 2020, setting monthly records since the end of spring, but home sales and purchases have boomed, too, in this odd year.
CHERRY POINT — Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point will receive a $1 million grant to build a living shoreline along the Neuse River as the installation is among the winners of a Department of Defense 2020 Readiness and Environmental Protection Integration Challenge award.
ATLANTIC BEACH — The town council has signed off on a contract to build a new public safety complex.
CORRECTION: This article was updated at 10:06 a.m. Friday, Nov. 27, 2020, to correct a photo cutline.
BEAUFORT — After a brief preliminary hearing Monday, the Carteret County Board of Elections dismissed an election protest regarding nine local ballots in the Nov. 3 race for N.C. Supreme Court chief justice.