CAPE CARTERET — Town commissioners Monday night voted 5-0 to award an $88,251.20 contract to Barnhill Construction Co., based in Rocky Mount, for a big street improvement project due to start soon.
CAPE CARTERET — Town commissioners voted 4-1 Monday night to wait at least until their Monday, Dec. 7 meeting to decide whether to approve a financing plan to spend $250,000 to buy the Lejeune Road landing site of the old ferry that ran between Cape Carteret and Emerald Isle.
CAPE CARTERET — Now that town voters have narrowly defeated a $1.2 million bond referendum to pay for completion of the Cape Carteret Trail, what’s next?
CAPE CARTERET — Town commissioners will hold a public hearing Monday on a somewhat controversial plan to spend about $250,000 to buy the landing site of the old ferry that ran between Cape Carteret and Emerald Isle before the B. Cameron Langston Bridge was built.
CAPE CARTERET — A $1.2 million bond referendum to fund construction of the remainder of the partly-completed Cape Carteret Trail was defeated Tuesday by a 756 to 712 margin.
CAPE CARTERET — White Oak Elementary School volunteer Danny Shell of Emerald Isle wanted to show the school’s staff how much they are appreciated in light of the challenges the coronavirus pandemic has thrown at them.
CAPE CARTERET — A traffic stop Wednesday turned into a chase that ended with a motorcycle crash in Cape Carteret.
CAPE CARTERET — The Cape Carteret Planning Board meeting scheduled for Tuesday has been canceled due to lack of agenda items.
CARTERET COUNTY — As Carteret County’s towns gear up for Halloween activities, County Health Department Director Stephanie Cannon urges safety precautions due to the coronavirus pandemic.
CAPE CARTERET — Town commissioners Monday night voted 4-1 to rezone 108 Manatee St. from R13 to B20 and voted 5-0 to rezone 106 Manatee St. from B10 to B20.
CAPE CARTERET — The town public works department now has an asphalt pot, which will make it easier to fill potholes in streets and make other road repairs.
CAPE CARTERET — Cape Carteret commissioners voted 5-0 Monday night to buy a “knuckle boom” truck to pick up residents’ roadside vegetation and perform other tasks for the public works department.
CAPE CARTERET — One western Carteret County town is applying to become a “Bee City USA,” thanks to action from commissioners during their monthly session Monday via GoToMeeting.
CAPE CARTERET — Cape Carteret commissioners Monday night took public comment during a formal hearing but did not vote on requests to rezone lots at 106 and 108 Manatee St. to B20, from B10 and R13, respectively.
CAPE CARTERET — One western town is now a National Weather Service StormReady community, officials announced.
RALEIGH — Several Carteret County municipalities were among more than 40 local governments in North Carolina to receive grants and zero-interest loans through the N.C. Office of Recovery and Resiliency.
CAPE CARTERET — The Cape Carteret Planning Board Tuesday night unanimously recommended town commissioners rezone two lots on Manatee Street, 106 and 108, to B20, from B10 and R13, respectively.
CAPE CARTERET — With about a month to go before the Tuesday, Nov. 3 bond referendum for $1.2 million to fund construction of the remainder of the Cape Carteret Trail, the impending vote seems to be generating relatively little attention.
CAPE CARTERET — Administrative assistant Heather Leffingwell replaced Sherrie Hancock as town clerk earlier this month after the latter was dismissed by Cape Carteret Town Manager Zach Steffey.
CAPE CARTERET — A vehicle caravan to support the reelection effort of President Donald Trump organized Saturday around noon in the parking lot of the Food Lion grocery store in Swansboro.
CAPE CARTERET — Town commissioners voted 4-1 Monday night to adopt a budget amendment to fund Cape Carteret’s share of a county-led project to dredge a silted arm of Deer Creek.
CAPE CARTERET — Cape Carteret commissioners will meet Monday at 6 p.m. in town hall off Dolphin Street, and the main item on the agenda will be continued discussion of a Carteret County proposal to dredge a portion of Deer Creek.
EDITOR'S NOTE: Emerald Isle has announced changes to this closure plan since this story published. Find the updated report here.
MOREHEAD CITY — Hundreds of motorcyclists and car enthusiasts came together Saturday to honor the fallen heroes of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks during the Morehead City-Beaufort Elks Lodge 9/11 Memorial Ride.
CAPE CARTERET — A man was transported Thursday to Carteret Health Care with non-life threatening injuries after his vehicle was struck while parked on the right-of-way.