The October Indian Beach Commissioner’s meeting has been cancelled. Town staff has no items that require the attention of the commissioners. The next meeting will be November 9 at 5 p.m.
Beach Driving is closed until further notice.
INDIAN BEACH — Indian Beach property owners may be faced with a tax rate increase next fiscal year.
The Indian Beach board of commissioners will meet for its regular board meeting at 5 p.m. Wedensday, May 11 in the town hall boardroom on Salter Path Road. The meeting is open to the public.
N.C. State Auditor Beth Wood’s office recently issued an audit that shows millions of dollars of Hurricane Florence disaster recovery funds were distributed with limited monitoring and/or without ensuring all recipients had a method to measure the results.
NEW YORK (AP) — Retail sales rose modestly in March, but higher prices for food, gasoline and other basics took a big share of consumers' wallets.
INDIAN BEACH — Indian Beach town officials and fire department staff are preparing to welcome their new fire chief, Ben Whitley.
The Indian Beach board of commissioners will hold its regular business meeting at 5 p.m. Wednesday, April 13 in the town hall board room on Salter Path Road. The meeting is open to the public.
BOGUE BANKS — The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic is putting at least two local fire and EMS departments in a bind with their staffing level.
INDIAN BEACH — Indian Beach officials are looking at a list of long- and short-term projects that, altogether, would require a 4-cent ad valorem property tax rate increase to fund.
INDIAN BEACH — Residents Kelly Arnett and Mike Matthews joined the ranks of the town planning board Wednesday.
INDIAN BEACH — The Indian Beach Fire Department is going to purchase a new beach wheelchair, courtesy of a donation from a fundraiser from a 13-year-old girl from Virginia.
INDIAN BEACH — The town board of commissioners started off the new year with appointing and swearing in a new commissioner at its first regular meeting.
BOGUE BANKS — With the new year approaching, town officials in two Bogue Banks municipalities are resolved to pursue long-standing improvement plans and projects in 2022.
INDIAN BEACH — Town officials welcomed two new commissioners this month, as well as chose a new mayor to take over for Stewart Pickett.
BEAUFORT — More than two-and-a-half years of effort to update the county’s Coastal Area Management Act land-use plan will culminate Monday, Dec. 20, when the Carteret County Board of Commissioners will hold a public hearing and possibly vote to adopt the plan during its regular meeting that …
EMERALD ISLE — Carteret County Beach Commission Chairperson Jim Normile said Tuesday the county and panel are making progress in finding a replacement for County Shore Protection Office manager Greg Rudolph, whose last day on the job was Friday.
ATLANTIC BEACH — Coastal towns in North Carolina may soon need to create beach management plans, but towns on Bogue Banks are one step ahead.
INDIAN BEACH — Town officials created a new permitted use for the town business district as a longtime commissioner prepares to depart the board.
INDIAN BEACH — The voters of Indian Beach – few though they may be – made their voices heard in the election for board of commissioners Tuesday, choosing one incumbent and two newcomers to fill the three open spots on the board.
CARTERET COUNTY — Polls opened bright and early at 6:30 a.m. Tuesday to welcome voters in Carteret County’s 2021 municipal elections.
CARTERET COUNTY — The future of local stormwater management, growth planning, climate resiliency and more are on the ballot Tuesday as eligible voters head to the polls to make their selections for town governing boards.
EMERALD ISLE — An invasive species of dune vine, beach vitex, may grow back along the Carteret County coast if not kept in check.
EMERALD ISLE — In 2001, Buck Fugate, then-mayor of Indian Beach and the first chairperson of the newly formed Carteret County Beach Commission, met Greg “Rudi’ Rudolph.
INDIAN BEACH — Residents and property owners in Indian Beach have an opportunity Wednesday, Nov. 10 to voice their thoughts on a proposal to allow mixed-use residential developments in the business district.