MOREHEAD CITY — The Morehead City Council will hold its first agenda-setting workshop beginning at 9 a.m. Tuesday in the council chambers of the municipal building at 202 S. 8th St.
CAPE CARTERET — The Tuesday meeting of the town planning board will go on as scheduled at 6 p.m. but will be conducted on the digital platform gotomeeting.com and by conference phone call.
CCC trustees to meet
Kitchen tables and living rooms across the county have turned into virtual classrooms as public school students and teachers adjust to working online from home.
PELETIER — Town commissioners will hold their monthly board meeting Monday at 6:30 p.m. in town hall off Highway 58, but Mayor Dale Sowers said Friday it will be brief and the board will handle only necessities.
BEAUFORT — A fire Friday afternoon gutted a double-wide mobile home on Hopkins Drive, leaving a family of four displaced.
Editor's note: This article was updated at 6:18 p.m. April 3, 2020, to add additional information from the town regarding implementation of the checkpoint and second homeowners.BEAUFORT — Beginning Sunday, residents and those doing essential business will only be able to enter the town via T…
WASHINGTON, D.C. — There’s still time to nominate people, agencies and organizations for an award for their efforts to aid in managing natural resources for climate change.
ATLANTIC BEACH — An Atlantic Beach resident is taking the town board of adjustment to civil court, seeking to get a board decision overturned.
Raleigh — Seven new communities and 23 returning communities, including two in Carteret County, were chosen to participate in Watch for Me NC, a comprehensive pedestrian and bicycle safety program aimed at reducing bicycle and pedestrian crashes and fatalities in North Carolina.
New reporting requirements coming for charter/headboats
CORRECTION: This article was updated at 11:48 a.m. Friday, April 3, 2020, to correct the name in a cutline.
Cedar point — The Western Fire and EMS Department’s new ambulance arrived at the main station on Sherwood Avenue last week.
MOREHEAD CITY — City staff say ongoing projects like street paving and the Shevans Park playground construction will continue as scheduled amidst the novel coronavirus outbreak, but other plans may be put on hold until after the situation has improved.
PINE KNOLL SHORES — Great Lakes Dredge and Dock Co. of Illinois is set to finish beach nourishment in Pine Knoll Shores Thursday evening and begin work in a small part of Salter Path Friday.
Editor's note: This article was updated at 4:55 p.m. Thursday, April 2, 2020, to add information.
MOREHEAD CITY — While The Salvation Army has temporarily closed its thrift store due to the coronavirus, the organization is still serving the community through its social service division.
MOREHEAD CITY — When business started drying up for a local clothing maker due to the novel coronavirus outbreak, rather than close up shop altogether, Booth Parker instead decided to put her skills to use by making face masks to donate to the community.
CARTERET COUNTY — It’s been nearly a month since the first COVID-19 case was confirmed in North Carolina, and in Carteret County, residents and municipal staff are weathering the outbreak.
washington, D.C. — With North Carolina under a stay-at-home order from the governor due to the coronavirus outbreak, Rep. Greg Murphy, R-N.C. assures his constituents “we will get through this.”
BEAUFORT — Beaufort commissioners acted Monday to amend a town ordinance regarding billing late fees on town water and sewer service as officials contend with the effects of the novel coronavirus pandemic.
CARTERET COUNTY — In a special meeting held via conference call Tuesday, the Carteret County Board of Commissioners approved a series of capital project requests for the school system to carry out while students are out of the classroom until at least Friday, May 15.
NEWPORT — Gusty winds, high seas and minor coastal flooding may occur late Tuesday and Wednesday, according to local meteorologists.
EMERALD ISLE — After some town residents saw crowds they said were ignoring social distancing directives on the beach and in local stores this weekend, a petition popped up Sunday night on change.org to address the issue in the face of the spread of the novel coronavirus.