BEAUFORT — Novel coronavirus pandemic relief money is starting to flow from the state and federal governments into local coffers, and the public school system and the community college have so far been the biggest beneficiaries in Carteret County.
MOREHEAD CITY — Facing upward of $1.4 million in lost revenue due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, the city’s proposed 2020-21 fiscal year budget represents a “conservative” approach for spending in the upcoming year.
MOREHEAD CITY — The city council last week approved a Unified Development Ordinance amendment allowing certain residences to be used as event venues.
Reporter's note: This article was updated at 11:52 a.m. Tuesday, May 19, 2020, with a full report.
MOREHEAD CITY — A motor vehicle collision occurred Friday morning between a Carteret County Emergency Services vehicle and passenger car.
MOREHEAD CITY — Following suit with other municipalities throughout the state, including some others in Carteret County, Morehead City is canceling its summer camp program this year due to the novel coronavirus pandemic.
MOREHEAD CITY — The city will allow individuals experiencing financial hardship due to the novel coronavirus pandemic to establish payment plans for utilities, including water, sewer and solid waste services.
MOREHEAD CITY — People waited in line to shop at the new Hope Mission Thrift Store, which opened its doors to the public Monday.
MOREHEAD CITY — With state officials easing up the on novel coronavirus-related restrictions, local stores are beginning to reopen their doors.
MOREHEAD CITY — The Morehead City Council will hold two public hearings during its upcoming regular meeting Tuesday, which will be partially conducted electronically to comply with continued social distancing guidance.
MOREHEAD CITY — When single mother Dianna Godette, 41, lost her job last year due to an injury, she and her three teenage children ended up homeless and split apart among family members in order to survive.
MOREHEAD CITY — Gail Scarborough, a 77-year-old resident at Crystal Bluffs Rehabilitation and Health Care Center, had not seen her daughter and grandchildren in person since early March due to the novel coronavirus pandemic.
MOREHEAD CITY — Hope Mission is set to open its new thrift store at 1205 Arendell St. in Morehead City Monday. Store hours will be 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Saturday.
MOREHEAD CITY — When the novel coronavirus pandemic forced longtime dog trainer Pat Rapaport to temporarily shut down her facility, she was concerned about her four- and two-legged clients.
MOREHEAD CITY — The Morehead City Council Tuesday reviewed several budget amendments, including some related to reimbursements from the Federal Emergency Management Agency for expenses incurred during hurricanes Florence and Dorian.
MOREHEAD CITY — Hospital workers at Carteret Health Care were treated to a Marine Corps flyover Thursday afternoon.
MOREHEAD CITY — Although event organizers plan to go forward with the Big Rock Blue Marlin Tournament on the originally scheduled dates, the annual event will likely look different this year due to the novel coronavirus pandemic.
MOREHEAD CITY — Residents in certain flood zones will see a reduction in their flood insurance premiums through the National Flood Insurance Program thanks to a new rating in the Community Rating System.
Editor's note: This article was updated at 9:53 a.m. Thursday, May 7, 2020.
MOREHEAD CITY — The city announced it is opening up applications for a second round of emergency small business loans aimed at helping local businesses survive the COVID-19 crisis.
MOREHEAD CITY — Crews last week finished dredging the Pelletier Creek harbor, a project more than a year in the making.
MOREHEAD CITY — A partially paralyzed, blind dog may not fit the traditional definition of a hero, but in Ann Carpenter’s eyes, Bella is that and more.
MOREHEAD CITY — Effective Tuesday, Sugarloaf Island has reopened to visitors after being closed several weeks due to COVID-19.
MOREHEAD CITY — With health care workers and first responders serving on the front lines of the novel coronavirus pandemic, county groups, churches and businesses are finding ways to say thanks.
MOREHEAD CITY — The Morehead City Planning Board last week made a recommendation that paves the way for certain private residences to be used as event venues.