Talk about fake news.
Network for Endangered Sea Turtles — N.E.S.T. — will host its annual Spring Kick-off Fundraiser from 5 to 8 p.m. Sunday, April 8, at Duck Woods Country Club, 50 S. Dogwood Trail in Southern Shores.
Sea turtles are part of the fabric of the Outer Banks, as evidenced by the plethora of images of these endangered prehistoric creatures emblazoned on canvases, calendars, T-shirts and coffee mugs.
Coast, a 2-year-old Lab mix, is a bundle of energy. He is house-broken, loves car rides (and playing until he drops), but he prefers to be the only surf dog in the household.
North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper (D) will visit the Outer Banks on Thursday, April 12, to speak at the Outer Banks Chamber of Commerce 2018 Economic Summit.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports the 2017-2018 flu season is the worst since the 2009 swine flu pandemic — and the number of reported flu-related deaths bear witness to that fact.
Looking for events that would bolster his wrestling program, First Flight High School coach Russell Kepler and his buddy, Kyle Briglia, had an idea: stage our own tournament.
In 2015 Manteo resident Quinn Capps started an event called Project Glam Girls with the goal of helping local teens get free clothes and accessories needed for a special prom night experience. This is a popular offering for teens, and we wanted to know more.
A fleet of boats crewed by 72 commercial watermen spread out along the North Carolina coast in January and collected 4,270 lost crab pots as part of the Lost Fishing Gear Recovery Project, which is a statewide effort to remove lost crab pots from North Carolina coastal waters.
Roanoke Island Festival Park has several volunteer opportunities available including costumed interpreters in the Settlement Site, the American Indian Town, the Adventure Museum, porch and special programs greeters, Museum Store customer service support, and Elizabeth II volunteer crew membe…
Dare County Arts Council announces a new program called the Power of Art, serving special groups in need or with limited access to arts programming and education.
More than 4,600 residents in Dare County don’t have access to a sufficient amount of nutritious food. Of those, 1,600 are children.
I watched something the other day on TV that totally baffled me. A well-known college, I won’t say the name, seemed extremely proud of the 5,000 helium balloons they released before a football game. With the school colors brightly imprinted on each, the balloons flew towards the sun like a f…