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…
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.
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.
BEAUFORT — Beaufort commissioners will meet electronically Monday for a delayed work session, and on the agenda are a number of topics, including an annexation request and consideration of an overlay district.
BEAUFORT, MOREHEAD CITY — As the coronavirus outbreak continues to spur agencies, organizations and institutes to ramp up safety measures, local marine labs are locking down and turning to virtual classes.
BEAUFORT — Beaufort Mayor Rett Newton has issued a stay-at-home proclamation for town residents in response to the novel coronavirus pandemic.
BEAUFORT — County commissioners approved two rezoning requests at their Monday evening meeting, but chose to table several other items for decisions at a later time.
BEAUFORT — Local law enforcement captured an escaped inmate from Carteret County Jail Tuesday morning.
BEAUFORT — With action from town officials Monday night, the N.C. Department of Transportation will lower the speed limit on Cedar Street from 35 mph to 30 mph.
BEAUFORT — It’s not too late for town residents to provide feedback on accessibility to public buildings and rights-of-way in Beaufort.
BEAUFORT — The town has approved an agreement with an area developer to install an odor reduction measure at the town’s sewer plant off Freedom Drive.
This article was corrected at 11:30 a.m. Monday. The article previously reported Hollis Batson, Carol Batson, Lawrence Baldwin and Elizabeth Baldwin filed for a temporary restraining order against the N.C. Coastal Resources Commission and the N.C. Department of Transportation. However, due t…
This article was updated Tuesday, March 10, 2020, to clarify information.
BEAUFORT — Beaufort commissioners might try to hash out more concrete rules to govern short-term rentals within town.
BEAUFORT — Town officials could pursue a piecemeal strategy to fixing the town’s boardwalk and bulkhead.
BEAUFORT — A hit-and-run that occurred the morning of Feb. 25 on Pinners Point Road is still an open case, according to the N.C. Highway Patrol.
BEAUFORT — Duke Energy Progress is wrapping up its work on Front Street, according to Beaufort town staff.
BEAUFORT — Fire officials are not prepared to definitively identify the cause of the fire at Beaufort’s Spouter Inn, according to Fire Chief Tony Ray.
BEAUFORT — The town's small vessel lottery will be held at 1 p.m. Wednesday at the Broad Street train depot.
BEAUFORT — A severe, two-car collision resulted in three people being hospitalized Monday night, according to emergency officials.
BEAUFORT — The North Carolina Marine Debris Action Plan will receive a bump from Beaufort Monday as town officials read a proclamation of support.
WCFD budget talks set
beaufort — With the exception of a handful of courthouse properties, town planning board members determined more than a dozen rezoning requests were consistent with the town’s future land-use plan Monday.