Text and Photo by Peter Vankevich The North Carolina coastline is home to about 25 species of colonial nesting water birds. Along the Ocracoke beach during the spring and summer, especially around […]
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December 2008 LUGOFF, S.C. — Memorial services for Margot Mary Rochester, 72, were held on Friday, Oct. 31, at 11 a.m. at Grace Episcopal Church. In lieu of flowers, memorials can be […]
I August 2006 The carvings and boats of William Nathan Spencer and the carvings and sketches of his daughter, Cindy, will be featured in an art show opening on August 28  […]
August 2009 By Ruth Fordon Just past the Ocracoke Lighthouse and before the corner to Springers Point Trail, look to your right and you will see Pamlico Gifts, home to Folk Artist, […]
August 2010 By Philip Howard The most recognizable symbol of Ocracoke Island is the lighthouse. This simple 75 foot tall white tower with a steady beam has been guiding mariners for one […]
July 2015 Compiled by Pat Garber Editor’s note: This is the third of a three-part series. Home from her adventures in Central and South America, Eleanor found a job at the Mayo […]