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This sweet domestic shorthair-mix is about 3 years old. She's been cared for by the staff at the Outer Banks SPCA since Oct. 17, 2018, and she's hoping to find someone to give her a forever home. If you'd like to meet Cordelia, stop by the OBX SPCA at 1031 Driftwood Drive, Manteo, call (252)…

The Network for Endangered Sea Turtles (N.E.S.T.) will host a fundraiser Sunday, April 14, and the nonprofit organization hopes the public steps up to help save these endangered prehistoric creatures.

For 56 years, the Herbert C. Bonner Bridge spanned Oregon Inlet, connecting people with Hatteras Island. Opened in 1963, the bridge replaced a ferry system that could carry a maximum of 2,000 people per day. The Bonner Bridge would eventually see more than two million cars per year.

The 2019 season of First Friday in Manteo, a monthly event sponsored by the Town of Manteo, launches on Friday, April 5, with a 6 p.m. musical performance by Rachel Dickerson and a new exhibit by Outer Banks photographer George Wood.

This sweet mixed-breed girl is nearly 11 years old and hoping someone will open their home to her, so she can live out her remaining years as part of a loving family.

This sweet chow-mixed breed is hoping someone will open their heart and help him have a happily ever after by providing this snuggle bug a forever home.

“This has been a dream for so many years and for so many people,” said Dare County Commissioner Chairman Bob Woodard, as he addressed the crowd of residents and visitors who attended the Feb. 9 Community Day celebrating the Bonner Bridge Replacement. “Today is the fulfillment of a dream.”

The Graveyard of the Atlantic Museum in Hatteras is named in honor of the thousands of shipwrecks that have sunk in the waters off North Carolina’s coast, and is dedicated to the preservation and presentation of the state’s maritime history and culture with an emphasis on shipwrecks.

The Network for Endangered Sea Turtles (N.E.S.T.) will host a fundraiser April 14 — and the organization is hoping the Outer Banks business community will help by making donations to its silent auction and raffle.

Chase Padula, 3, plays on the Corolla beach with his fur brother Baxter. Chase's extended family has made the annual trek from Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, to Corolla for the past eight years, and they plan to return in September.