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.
MOREHEAD CITY — The top three health concerns in Carteret County are chronic disease, equitable access to health care and substance misuse, according to a recent community health assessment.
MOREHEAD CITY — Morehead City officials turned to West Carteret High School students Friday to learn more about what students would like to see for the future of the city.
RALEIGH — State Sen. Norm Sanderson, R-Pamlico, said Thursday he’s not sure how the legislature will react to Gov. Roy Cooper’s proposal to add $20 million in reserve funds to the state’s 2022-23 budget for development of wind energy-related projects on Radio Island.
MOREHEAD CITY — Not every graduating class gets a festival to celebrate their big day, but the Carteret Community College Class of 2022 did.
These students earned associate’s degrees, diplomas or certificates from Carteret Community College during graduation ceremonies Friday:
MOREHEAD CITY — New shrimp management measures will go into effect Sunday, May 15 in North Carolina state waters.
MOREHEAD CITY — County Health Director Nina Oliver reported Monday that the number of COVID-19 cases in the county remains low.
MOREHEAD CITY — Thanks to community support, a yard sale held May 6-7 in the old Kmart building for Ukraine raised more than $40,000, according to Janet Eshleman, organizer of the event.
MOREHEAD CITY — With the Atlantic hurricane season beginning June 1, Carteret County Emergency Management and Carteret County Long Term Recovery Alliance sponsored an expo Tuesday to encourage residents to prepare are the upcoming season.
MOREHEAD CITY — Local governments in Carteret County and beyond have an opportunity to apply to the N.C. Department of Environmental Quality for coastal storm damage mitigation projects.
The Morehead City Council has scheduled the required public hearing on Town Manager Ryan Eggleston’s proposed 2022-23 fiscal year budget, which is balanced at $20.1 million in the general fund.
MOREHEAD CITY — It looked more like a large flea mall Friday morning at the old Kmart building as area residents waited in long lines to purchase items in support of Ukraine.
MOREHEAD CITY — With summer approaching and more people coming to the coast for a vacation, the N.C. Division of Water Resources reminds coastal residents and visitors to watch out for algal blooms.
MOREHEAD CITY — Local recreational fishermen may now go after blueline tilefish in the federal waters off North Carolina.
Ferguson O’Conor Realty will sponsor Happy Hound Hunt 9 to 11 a.m. Saturday, May 7. The event, which will begin at Martin Luther King Jr. Park at 1012 Arendell St., involves dogs and owners participating in a scavenger hunt through downtown Morehead City.
MOREHEAD CITY — With the National Weather Service’s Hurricane Preparedness Week starting Sunday, May 1, Carteret County Emergency Services encourages residents to plan now for hurricanes by updating their emergency plans and supply kits.
CARTERET COUNTY —If plans progress to turn Radio Island into a go-between for two offshore wind farms, the pristine island will become a concrete launching pad for “green energy projects.”
MOREHEAD CITY — Award-winning bluegrass and acoustic band Balsam Range will take the stage at Glad Tidings Church, Morehead City, this Friday April 29 at 7 p.m. as a fundraising event sponsored by the Rotary Club of Morehead City with the support of local businesses. Proceeds from ticket sal…
MOREHEAD CITY — The deadline to donate items for a yard sale to help Ukrainian refugees is Sunday, May 1.
MOREHEAD CITY — With the Atlantic hurricane season beginning June 1, Carteret County Emergency Management and Carteret County Long Term Recovery Alliance are encouraging residents, nonprofits and businesses to begin thinking about preparations for the coming season.
Carteret Health Care, Morehead City, the county’s not-for-profit hospital has been recognized by the Chartis Center for Rural Health as one of top 100 rural and community hospitals in the country. This is the sixth time the 135-bed hospital has been recognized by the national healthcare advi…
MOREHEAD CITY – The Coastal Environmental Partnership, the organization that runs Carteret County’s solid waste disposal sites, is holding a household hazardous waste recycling day on Saturday, April 30.
MOREHEAD CITY - A record-breaking 1,049 pounds. of unwanted of pesticides, fertilizers and other chemicals were collected for proper disposal April 5 by the Carteret County Cooperative Extension Office during a one-day event at the CMAST Building on the Carteret Community College Campus.
MOREHEAD CITY — Morehead City officials Tuesday, April 12 recognized the life and accomplishments of town attorney Nelson Taylor III with a resolution of sympathy and remembrance.