MOREHEAD CITY — The N.C. Marine Fisheries Commission, policymaking arm of the N.C. Division of Marine Fisheries, will meet in-person Wednesday and Thursday, May 25-26 at the Beaufort Hotel, 2440 Lennoxville Road, Beaufort.
There is beach music, and then there is Beaufort music.
BEAUFORT — Old Crow Medicine Show is touted as one of the shining lights of the new musical genre dubbed "Americana." Following is a Q&A session with OCMS member Mason Via in advance of a 9:30 p.m. show at the 2022 Beaufort Music Festival.
BEAUFORT — William P. Kane summed it up in four terse words: “COVID ruined our momentum.”
BEAUFORT — Local fishermen, both commercial and recreational, have an opportunity to join state fisheries managers in person for their regular business meeting.
BEAUFORT — The County Board of Education approved $3.77 million in budget amendments to a spending plan designed to address impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on the school system.
BEAUFORT — Town officials have approved the next steps for three major development projects.
BEAUFORT — With Fiscal Year 2022-2023 set to begin Friday, July 1, town officials are working on a draft budget that, in its current form, would maintain the existing property tax rate and water and sewer rates.
The Beaufort Board of Commissioners will meet at 5 p.m. Monday, May 9 in the Beaufort Train Depot on Broad Street and online via Facebook. The meeting is open to the public; participants who want to join online may do so at the town’s Facebook page www.facebook.com/BeaufortTown.
BEAUFORT — The town Board of Commissioners wants to be sure it has a firm grasp of the proposed Coastal Area Management Act Land Use Plan update before sending it to the public.
BEAUFORT — As of Monday, about 800 county residents had turned out to cast ballots during early voting for the 2022 local and state primary races.
BEAUFORT — Rising food prices and supply chain issues are creating unprecedented challenges for the county public school system’s child nutrition program.
BEAUFORT — Town officials have been spurred to examine their enforcement of the town’s building code, following concerns voiced about a nuisance property.
BEAUFORT — The County Board of Education will consider approval of revisions to its communicable disease policy reflecting the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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BEAUFORT — Carteret County Shore Protection Officer Ryan Davenport said Thursday the dredging of east Taylors Creek in Beaufort is about 35% complete.
BEAUFORT — Town planning advisors are reviewing a rezoning request for the former site of Beaufort Elementary School to facilitate a residential/mixed-use development project.
CARTERET COUNTY — Detectives with the Carteret County Sheriff’s Office Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force arrested Kelli Wells Harper, 28, of Beaufort on Monday. Harper was charged as the result of an undercover operation conducted by Carteret County Sheriff’s Office ICAC Detectives.
CARTERET COUNTY —Whether you've still got a box of your parents' scratchy, battered old LPs stashed away in a closet or you're a vinyl "newbie," chances are you've never heard of Peter Goldmark. But when Columbia Records introduced the "Long Playing" (33 1/3 rpm) 12-inch record format at a …
BEAUFORT — Carteret County, North Carolina and the nation are facing economic inflation, supply chain shortages and a workforce deficit, problems incumbent U.S. Rep. Greg Murphy, R-N.C. plans to address.
BEAUFORT — After a public hearing during which no one spoke, Carteret County commissioners Monday night approved a plan to carve out five acres of a park for a site for a new Down East Fire Department building.
BEAUFORT — Earth Day is coming up on Friday, April 22, and both local government agencies and environmental nonprofits are holding cleanups and other events.
The Beaufort Board of Adjustment meeting scheduled for Monday, April 25 has been canceled due to a lack of business.
BEAUFORT — Wearing T-shirts that stated “No excuse for child abuse” about 50 people involved with child welfare services walked through the streets of the community Thursday.
BEAUFORT — The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has federal funding this year to dredge around Beaufort Harbor, but town commissioners are concerned once a year isn’t enough anymore.