Village Craftsmen reopens after Dorian

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By Peter Vankevich Six months out from Hurricane Dorian, Ocracoke continues to move forward as another business reopened its doors. One of the oldest fine crafts...

Hyde County Schools to receive $4.9 million to repair damage from...

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This story has been updated, Feb  26 From our news sources Hyde County Schools will receive $4.9 million in additional funds to help clean up and...

Community input on temporary travel trailers sought

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By Connie Leinbach Stevie Wilson wants islanders to carefully consider amending the Ocracoke Development Ordinance to temporarily allow multiple travel trailers on properties. Ocracoke County Commissioner...

Ocracoke stars at Outer Banks Community Foundation annual meeting

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By Peter Vankevich Ocracoke was front and center at the Outer Banks Community Foundation’s (OBCF) annual meeting and luncheon on Feb 20. It was fitting...

Ocracoke debris removal extended to Feb. 29

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From Hyde County Hyde County will extend the collection of Hurricane Dorian roadside debris removal on Ocracoke Island until Feb. 29. This action is being taken...

Hyde County to receive $2.08 million from Golden LEAF

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Hyde County will receive $2.08 million in grant money from the Golden LEAF Foundation for Hurricane Dorian repairs. The awards are part of a total...

State School Superintendent Mark Johnson visits Ocracoke

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By Peter Vankevich North Carolina Superintendent of Public Instruction Mark Johnson and a few of his top-level staff, visited Ocracoke on Wednesday (Feb. 5) to...

Early Swan Quarter ferry to resume Monday; more updates from Hyde...

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By Connie Leinbach The 7 a.m. ferry from Ocracoke to Swan Quarter is expected to resume Monday, Hyde County Manager Kris Noble announced at the...

American Red Cross to return to Ocracoke this Sunday through Tuesday

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Para leer en español, haga clic aquí. The American Red Cross will be on Ocracoke Island from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. this Sunday through...

Dorian-related debris stored in the National Seashore set to be gone...

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By Peter Vankevich Cape Hatteras National Seashore Superintendent Dave Hallac praised Hyde County and their contractors on the progress removing the demolition debris from the...