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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.

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MOREHEAD CITY — Carteret Community College will soon be able to repair its shoreline damaged during Hurricane Florence thanks to a $812,555 grant received from the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration/National Fish and Wildlife Foundation Emergency Coastal Resilience Fund.

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MOREHEAD CITY — The Morehead City Planning Board will meet at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday in the municipal building to consider several items of business for its regular March meeting.

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MOREHEAD CITY — St. Egbert Catholic School fourth-grade teacher Kevin Foster sat in an empty classroom Thursday as he prepared lesson plans for his students, who have been completing classwork at home since North Carolina schools closed Monday as a coronavirus precautionary measure.

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MOREHEAD CITY —The Hope Mission community kitchen looked more like a drive-up restaurant Tuesday as workers handed out meals through two windows.

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MOREHEAD CITY — N.C. Department of Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey met with local leaders Thursday to share information about some of the services the department offers, including how it can offer support during the ongoing coronavirus outbreak.

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MOREHEAD CITY — West Carteret High School senior Sarah Grace Prosser has been awarded the Morehead-Cain Scholarship to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill for the class of 2024.

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MOREHEAD CITY — Narcotics detectives with the Carteret County Sheriff’s Office and Morehead City Police Department arrested a Morehead City man March 2, ending an investigation of cocaine trafficking in Carteret County.

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morehead city — Local marine researchers once again have access to the UNC Institute of Marine Sciences wet lab, now with upgraded flooring and other improvements.

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ATLANTIC BEACH — The Carteret Community College Board of Trustees approved a 10-year facility master plan Tuesday that includes three new classroom buildings and major renovations to the campus.

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MOREHEAD CITY — As a rainy morning gave way to sunny skies Tuesday afternoon, city officials, residents and other community members gathered for a groundbreaking celebration at the site of the future city hall to kick off construction on the new building.

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