NC Transportation officials to seek feedback on Rodanthe N.C. 12 bridge...

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Raleigh – The NC Department of Transportation will hold a series of meetings along the lower Outer Banks for public input on a proposed bridge on...

Ocracoke residents, visitors advised to monitor Tropical Storm Colin

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The latest forecast today (June 6) from the National Weather Service (NWS) shows Tropical Storm Colin tracking slightly closer to Ocracoke. Colin is an...

Primary voting Tuesday includes state supreme court justice, U.S. Congressional seats

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By Peter Vankevich A special election for a state supreme court seat and several North Carolina U.S. Congressional seats, include the representative for Ocracoke, will...

Hyde County commissioners meeting tonight

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The regular monthly meeting of the Hyde County commissioners begins tonight at 6 in the Ocracoke School Commons room with a hearing on the...

Senate budget version retains ferry tolls, reinstates $150 priority pass fee

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By Connie Leinbach The NC General Assembly this week will begin the negotiating process on the two houses’ differing versions of their respective budgets, and...

Rip current awareness week starts June 5

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North Carolina and South Carolina will observe Rip Current Awareness Week June 5 to 11. Rip current fatalities rank among the top of fatalities across the...

Public comments sought on new oyster sanctuary, fishing reef in Hyde...

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MOREHEAD CITY – The N.C. Division of Marine Fisheries is seeking public input on a proposed oyster sanctuary near Wysocking Bay. Comments will be accepted...

Ocrafolk Festival begins Friday to Sunday

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The Ocrafolk Festival begins Friday afternoon at 1 p.m. with concerts on the Live Oak Stage on the Books To Be Red grounds. Hosted by island...

Artist reception for Doug Hoover tomorrow in Down Creek Gallery

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Down Creek Gallery begins its eleventh year of the “Expose Yourself to Art” series of artists’ receptions with new works by North Carolina painter...

General Assembly contemplating ferry replacement funding

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By Connie Leinbach By the end of June, islanders should know whether or not they will have to continue fighting the push for a toll...