EMERALD ISLE — A venerable hardware business is shutting its doors on Hargett Street in downtown Raleigh and moving to Emerald Plantation Shopping Center.
RALEIGH — Small businesses in North Carolina that have experienced disruption to operations due to COVID-19 may benefit from a $40 million relief program to help offset fixed costs, like rent, mortgage interest and utility bills, Gov. Roy Cooper announced Tuesday.
NEWPORT — Crystal Coast Habitat for Humanity volunteers have been in short supply since the coronavirus pandemic hit, but thanks to a group of women, one project is closer to completion.
MOREHEAD CITY— The Carteret County Domestic Violence Program announced Thursday the thrift store Caroline’s Collectables will close Saturday, Oct. 17.
MOREHEAD CITY — As the coronavirus pandemic continues to cause major disruptions to a number of global industries, officials say the N.C. Port of Morehead City has, so far, been largely spared from the worst economic effects of COVID-19.
By Heather Wilburn, Fleet Readiness Center East
EMERALD ISLE — Some Emerald Isle residents have complained about water bills that have doubled or tripled recently; meanwhile the executive director of Bogue Banks Water Corp. said usage and availability have necessitated rate changes.
CEDAR POINT — Two of Cedar Point’s new businesses are nearing completion along Highway 24, one a little faster than the other.
MOREHEAD CITY — A North Carolina seafood industry nonprofit has reached out to help Gulf of Mexico fishermen affected by recent tropical weather.
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.
MOREHEAD CITY — Financial aid for members of the fishing and seafood industries may be coming from the National Marine Fisheries Service.
PELETIER — After months of delay, Peletier commissioners are finally set to discuss an ordinance to regulate racetracks Monday night.