Hyde County lifts curfew; Recovery center stay extended

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As of today, the Hyde County Board of Commissioners lifted the Ocracoke curfew that has been in place since Hurricane Dorian hit on Sept....

New temporary ferry schedule to Ocracoke

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As of Saturday (Sept. 14), sound route ferry reservations will be taken daily from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. at 1-800-BY-FERRY (1-800-293-3779). The ferry...

Hyde commissioners vote to reopen Ocracoke on Dec. 2

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By Connie Leinbach The Hyde County board of Commissioners Wednesday night voted to open Ocracoke Island to visitors at 5 a.m. Dec. 2. The meeting was...

N.C. ferries to aid in Ocracoke evacuation

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  Hyde County issues order for all visitors and residents As this storm approaches, we will have more updates. OCRACOKE – As Hurricane Florence approaches the North Carolina coast,...

Guide to mold cleanup after disasters

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Reprinted from The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). which is the leading national public health institute of the United States. The CDC is a...

Restricted access to Ocracoke via Swan Quarter continues on Monday

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For more on Hurricane Florence and news on Ocracoke, click here Restricted access to Ocracoke via the Swan Quarter ferry began Sunday following the...

Court appearances and jury duty delayed for Ocracoke residents

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Sept. 9, 2019 Wayland J. Sermons, Jr., senior resident Superior Court Judge, and Regina R. Parker, Chief District Court Judge for the Second Judicial District,...

The many atmospheric moods of Springer’s Point

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Text and photos by Peter Vankevich Springer’s Point Preserve, located at the edge of Ocracoke village, has more than 120 acres of maritime forest, tidal...

FEMA Disaster Recovery Centers opens today in Swan Quarter

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The Federal Emergency Management Agency today (Saturday, Oct. 6) opened a disaster recovery center in Swan Quarter for Hyde residents. The center, at the O.A....

Tuesday morning Ocracoke updates post-Hurricane Florence

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Sept. 18, 2018 Some useful information post-Hurricane Florence from our news sources: Donations for Hurricane Florence victims Gov. Roy Cooper’s office has activated the North Carolina Disaster...