Edward James Vincek, 94, a Marine Corps veteran of World War II, was presented with a Quilt of Valor during a Roth family union Nov. 24 at the Grassfield Ruritan Club.
Since the remains of the Queen Anne’s Revenge were found 22 years ago, state conservators have recovered thousands of metal parts from the pirate's sunken ship, including cannons and a 12-foot-long anchor. But the real value of the vessel's discovery is the wood.
Forecasting models have come more into agreement that the storm system expected to move off the coast on Sunday will be worse to our west.
Award-winning silhouette artist and children’s book author Clay Rice will take part in The 18th Annual Currituck Business Expo & Job Fair.
In his second year of putting together an online map to show people where they can find the best lights of Hampton Roads, Sam Sansalone is discovering there is much more to many of the displays.
"This is just not like him at all," said Tisha Jones, who attended middle school with Steve Spence. "I’m just in total disbelief."
John Maragon talked about the harrowing 30 hours the crew spent getting smashed around by huge waves and high winds, and how Mason Gamage's calm demeanor played a big role in survival.
Officials said Steve Brantley Spence, 29, of Norfolk, assaulted a woman in Virginia Beach, stole her car and drove to Greensboro, N.C.
The new fleet is the most ever completed or announced by the North Carolina Ferry Division at one time since the early 1990s. Before that, the newest one arrived four years ago. Most of the vessels are 20 years old or more.
The men had left Annapolis, Md., on Saturday and were headed to Miami to deliver the boat when they encountered heavy wind and high seas.
The youths, ages 10 to 12, reported it to police. “We dodged a literal bullet on this one, what with young kids finding the guns and being responsible enough to tell an adult,” said Capt. J.C. Towler of the Kill Devil Hills Police Department.
While fishing is slower in the winter months, our region still provides enough action to keep anglers busy when weather permits.
Camden County has struggled getting tenants for the site off U.S. 17, a few miles from the border with Chesapeake. One business has committed, but the commerce park is notable for its vacancy.
Santa is always the star of any holiday parade — and the Jolly Old Elf is busy again this year making multiple appearances on the Outer Banks and surrounding communities.
During the holidays, we all tend to get wrapped up in our family and friends. That’s never a bad thing. Spending time with your loved ones; taking the time and effort to pick out the perfect gift for those special folks in your life; shopping; eating; maybe a road trip to visit those not on …
County officials debate whether to welcome or discourage a nearly 3,000-acre solar energy site, which would make it one of the largest east of the Mississippi.
It is one of the “original Christmas events” on the Outer Banks, now celebrating its 30th year raising funds — and awareness — for Outer Banks Hotline, and Michael Lewis wants your family to be a part of the popular Festival of Trees.
The region's first freeze warning of the season was issued Saturday and is expected to impact parts of Hampton Roads tonight, according to the National Weather Service.
The Outer Banks is home to a host of quaint and unique shops — and not-to-be-missed restaurants — which is a great reason to shop local. This holiday season, business owner have decked their halls in festive fashion hoping not only to spread some good cheer but also to encourage people to sp…
A proposal to tear down an iconic flat-roofed home in Southern Shores and replacing it with a 12-bedroom event house has residents in an uproar.
Donna Morgan Hollowell, owner of Deja New — a charming cottage-style shop in the Dunes Shops in Kitty Hawk — says her purpose in life is to artfully affect lives.
Holidays on Hatteras, now in its 8th year, is from noon to 5 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 8, at Graveyard of the Atlantic Museum, 59200 Museum Drive, on Hatteras Island.
The holiday season is upon us, and we're all looking forward to a month — or more — of cheer and goodwill toward all. In nearby Elizabeth City, there’s a host of events on tap designed to get one and all in the spirit of the season.
Homemade marijuana edibles have been around for years. But the latest batch of consumable products aren't your parents' pot brownies.
There are fewer than 500 North Atlantic right whales in existence. The Navy is further limiting where it uses sonar and explosives to help save the species.
It’s the county’s first fatality of the year involving a deer collision – a recurring danger this time of year.
The Outer Banks Chamber of Commerce will host the First Annual Tiny Home Festival at the Soundside Event Site in Nags Head on June 8 and 9.