OCEAN — The nonprofit North Carolina Coastal Federation unveiled Friday the final design plans for the new Center for Coastal Protection and Restoration to be built on Bogue Sound waterfront property off Highway 24 in western Carteret County.
CEDAR POINT — Cedar Point commissioners voted Thursday night to approve for public hearing Tuesday, May 24 a proposed $1.57 million 2022-23 budget that calls for no fee increases and no increase in the property tax rate of 14.75 cents per $100 of assessed value.
CEDAR POINT — After a closed session during a special meeting Tuesday night, Cedar Point commissioners voted unanimously to buy a $935,000 tract with a building for future use as recreation space, office and storage space and community events.
CEDAR POINT — Cedar Point might soon have trappers available for residents who have been seeing coyotes in their neighborhoods.
CEDAR POINT — Cedar Point commissioners voted 4-1 Tuesday night to rezone property at 132 Highway 24 from R-20 (single-family residential) to (B-2) business to allow a boat rental business.
CEDAR POINT — Town commissioners Thursday night will hold a hearing on a proposed special-use permit to turn a house at 512 Highway 24 into a contractor’s office and showroom.
CEDAR POINT —Repair and repaving of two streets in Cedar Point is expected take place today and Tuesday.
CEDAR POINT — The town of Cedar Point has switched the date of its spring yard waste pick up from Saturday, April 30 to Friday, April 22.
CEDAR POINT — Western Carteret County will be "eggxactly" the right place for children on Saturday, April 9 as the towns of Cedar Point and Cape Carteret will host Easter egg hunts.
CEDAR POINT — Cedar Point commissioners voted unanimously Tuesday night to hold CedarFest – the town’s major annual event – on Saturday, Oct. 15 instead of the previously selected date of Oct. 29, also a Saturday.
CEDAR POINT — Cedar Point commissioners Tuesday night agreed to a change in the plan to buy a truck to pick up yard waste from residents.
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.
CEDAR POINT — CedarFest – a celebration of crafts, food, music and small town life in western Carteret County – will return in 2022 after a couple years of absence.
CEDAR POINT — Cedar Point officials are examining the possibility of attaching the planned kayak launch in Boathouse Creek Walking Trails park to the new pier instead of having it constructed at a separate location.
CEDAR POINT — Cedar Point grew a bit, geographically and financially, as town commissioners voted unanimously to approve three voluntary annexation requests Tuesday night.
CEDAR POINT — Cedar Point officials plan to buy a yard waste pickup truck and could have it as soon as May.
CEDAR POINT — Cedar Point commissioners agreed Tuesday night to waive fines accumulated last year when a property owner did not sufficiently clean up debris and abandoned vehicles at 1121 and 1127 Highway 24.
CEDAR POINT — Cedar Point commissioners last week approved contracts for the town’s 2022 street repair program.
CEDAR POINT — Cedar Point commissioners Tuesday night gave the official go-ahead for construction of two residential subdivisions off Highway 24.
CEDAR POINT — The town’s planning board recommended approval, with conditions, of two new residential subdivisions Tuesday night.
CEDAR POINT — The governing board of the Western Carteret Fire and EMS Department voted unanimously Dec. 15 to adopt a budget amendment to pay for a new ambulance that hasn’t arrived yet.
CEDAR POINT — Cedar Point is seeking bids for repairs on a number of streets in town.
CEDAR POINT —Cedar Point commissioners Tuesday night cleared the way for a marine construction business to come to town.
CEDAR POINT — Cedar Point commissioners Tuesday night approved the site plan for a new medical facility at 1069 Highway 24.
CEDAR POINT — Cedar Point collected 26 large boxes of toys and 18 bicycles in its annual Toys for Tots drive this year, all picked up U.S. Marines during the town board of commissioners’ meeting Tuesday in the town hall off Sherwood Avenue.