Swimmers and beachgoers on the Outer Banks are in good hands, as evidenced by the results of the U.S. Lifesaving Association National Lifeguard Championships, which took place Aug. 8-11 in Virginia Beach.
The approximately 100 Banker Colonial Spanish Mustangs that roam freely on the northern-most reaches of Currituck County are, by far, one of the most popular attractions on the Outer Banks.
Located in the Buccaneer’s Walk plaza in Kitty Hawk, My Little Sunshine is every parent and grandparent’s dream shop. The children’s boutique — steps away from The Children’s Museum — offers new and gently-used children’s clothing (sizes NB — 7/8), baby gear, toys, books and more at affordab…
In 1968, when Dare County’s population was less than a quarter of what it is today, Joe and Ann Lamb rented a little office and opened up shop as Joe Lamb Jr. & Associates. Coming from Elizabeth City, the couple, who had a real estate background, chose to invest in the beach where they s…
Outer Banks storytelling traditions and digital technology have joined together in Coastal Voices: Linking Generations, a collaborative project that has transformed access to interviews with Hatteras and Ocracoke residents.
For some, the arrival of a new year may mean exercising more and eating better. For others, it might be time to commit to getting out of debt and saving for retirement. Or it could even be a time to learn something new and exciting, like painting or scuba diving.
What makes a certain holiday event or tradition stick in your mind for years to come? We asked a few tried and true Outer Bankers to share their favorite holiday memories and learned that most often it’s something simple and has nothing to do with material objects.
RODANTHE, N.C. – Ben and Debbie Huss drove the long road through the Outer Banks toward the house made famous by the movie “Nights in Rodanthe.”