Third grade teacher Jill Riggs waves the school flag through the roof of her vehicle as the SES Pirate Parade proceeds through the Oyster Bay neighborhood on Monday, March 30. Amanda Chamberlain is driving the vehicle and Heather Sigafose is in the passenger seat. Both Chamberlain and Sigafo…
Prior to shutting down due to the coronavirus pandemic, Swansboro Board of Commissioners agreed on general directions for creating one-way traffic in the historic downtown.
The Carteret News-Times, carolinacoastonline.com and The Talk Station 107.1 FM & 1240 AM are teaming up to give the people of Carteret County a daily update in the light of these uncertain times.
A couple of tom turkeys show off their plumage in a field near Stella recently, perhaps in the hopes of impressing a nearby female … and with Thanksgiving still eight months away. (Pete Rulon photo)
On Monday, March 30, the Onslow County Health Department reported the first COVID-19-associated death in Onslow County.
School Nutrition Assistant Shalonda Young takes an order for a school lunch at Swansboro High School on Thursday, March 19. Onslow County Schools is offering free lunches, Monday-Friday, at several schools in the county while the COVID-19 closure is in effect. (Pete Rulon photo)
Swansboro businesses are finding ways to serve the public in the face of extreme restrictions forced by the coronavirus pandemic.
The shelves at the Swansboro Food Lion were cleaned out of toilet paper on Saturday, March 14, apparently in response to the spread of COVID-19. Based on news accounts from around the country, toilet paper was in great demand. For more on the coronavirus situation, including closings and pos…