MOREHEAD CITY — Commercial fishermen in Carteret County have generally landed between 5 million and 9 million pounds of fish and shellfish per year for the past 15 years, including 7.4 million pounds in 2020, the latest year available.
MOREHEAD CITY — Pop culture and local history will collide when the Crystal Coast Record Show takes over the History Museum of Carteret County in Morehead City on Labor Day weekend.
MOREHEAD CITY — The For ME (Minority Entrepreneur) Networking Group, in partnership with Carteret Community College’s Small Business Center, will host a Women in Business Vendor Expo on the college campus from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 27.
MOREHEAD CITY — More than 50 exhibitors are expected to participate in the Carteret County Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours Expo scheduled from 4 to 7:30 p.m., Thursday, April 28 at the Crystal Coast Civic Center in Morehead City.
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 …
NEW BERN - After a three-year hiatus, the New Bern Historical Society’s Heritage Homes Tour is back on Friday and Saturday, April 8-9.
Editor's note: This article was updated at 10:37 a.m. Tuesday, March 22, 2022, to retract a previous version of the story since the applicant has decided not to move forward with the project.
CARTERET COUNTY — County consumers continue to feel the sting of record high gas prices, caused by a drastic increase in crude oil costs following the Russian invasion of Ukraine three weeks ago.
BEAUFORT — A new business has landed at the Michael J. Smith Field Airport that officials say will provide aircraft maintenance and other services and add new high-paying jobs to the area.
By Joe Andes, Fleet Readiness Center East public affairs
MOREHEAD CITY — Commercial fishermen and seafood dealers in Carteret County and elsewhere in North Carolina are getting $4.3 million in federal assistance for income losses due to COVID-19.