CCC trustees to meet
Kitchen tables and living rooms across the county have turned into virtual classrooms as public school students and teachers adjust to working online from home.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — There’s still time to nominate people, agencies and organizations for an award for their efforts to aid in managing natural resources for climate change.
New reporting requirements coming for charter/headboats
MOREHEAD CITY — While The Salvation Army has temporarily closed its thrift store due to the coronavirus, the organization is still serving the community through its social service division.
CARTERET COUNTY — It’s been nearly a month since the first COVID-19 case was confirmed in North Carolina, and in Carteret County, residents and municipal staff are weathering the outbreak.
CARTERET COUNTY — In a special meeting held via conference call Tuesday, the Carteret County Board of Commissioners approved a series of capital project requests for the school system to carry out while students are out of the classroom until at least Friday, May 15.
NEWPORT — While the County Humane Society and Animal Shelter is limiting access to its facilities due to the novel coronavirus outbreak, the organization is still allowing pet adoptions.
Puppies up for adoption Monday at County Humane Society Animal Shelter in Newport peer out of a kennel. (Cheryl Burke photo)
CARTERET COUNTY – Carteret County has amended its proclamation of a state of emergency as of 5 p.m. Monday in order to further slow the spread of COVID-19 in the county.
Morehead City — Anyone in Carteret County who wants to buy a fishing license will need to do so by phone or mail.
CARTERET COUNTY — At a time when Crystal Coast beaches and businesses would normally be bustling with visitors hoping to soak up the first rays of spring, county leaders are pulling the welcome mat in a bid to stem the spread of the novel coronavirus.
County to hold conference call
MOREHEAD CITY — Taquilla Banta of Beaufort and her four children waited in line Wednesday at Martha’s Mission Cupboard, which continues to serve food to families struggling financially, including those hit by the effects of the coronavirus pandemic.
CARTERET COUNTY — The county transportation committee signed off on a list of 11 projects to submit to the N.C. Department of Transportation for consideration in the state’s 10-year construction plan.
BEAUFORT — As the number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 holds steady in Carteret County for the time being, public health officials have issued updated recommendations on who should get tested if they suspect they are sick with the disease.
EMERALD ISLE —Police Chief Tony Reese announced Thursday Lt. Detective Mike Panzarella has been selected to fill the position of assistant police chief in Emerald Isle.
EMERALD ISLE — Carteret County earlier this month did not receive the three bids necessary under state law to review and award a contract for the Atlantic Harbor dredging project.
CARTERET COUNTY — The number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Carteret County as of Sunday afternoon remained at five, with one case determined to be caused by community spread.
Forest service implements safety rules
Reporter's note: This article was updated at 10:58 a.m. Saturday, March 21, 2020, with updated information from the state.
BEAUFORT — Health officials announced Friday afternoon the first case of COVID-19 has been confirmed in Carteret County.
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 — Carteret County commissioners have declared a state of emergency in response to the spread of the novel coronavirus, COVID-19.
BEAUFORT — With restaurants in North Carolina closed to dining in and fishing charters losing reservations, commercial fishing is feeling the effects of the coronavirus outbreak.