Division of Marine Fisheries officials will reopen the commercial flounder season Sunday, Oct. 9, for gigs and hook-and-line in internal coastal waters statewide.
Dr. Jane Hoppin is set to speak to the state Secretaries’ Science Advisory Board Monday about a recent GenX study.
Forecasters warn the threats of dangerous storm surge, flash flooding and high winds remain.
The new Office of Environmental Justice and External Civil Rights will oversee a $3 billion climate and environmental justice grant program created under the Inflation Reduction Act.
A tropical storm warning extends from Little River Inlet in South Carolina to Duck, including Pamlico Sound as the storm’s strength increased to 75 mph.
Every fall, speckled trout move by the thousands into creeks crossed by roads and bridges, where an angler needs only the proper approach and equipment.
Because of strong winds heavy rains forecast for this weekend, officials are ending the seasonal service and expect other ferry routes to be impacted.
Cape Fear Museum of History and Science is hosting a rain-or-shine event for International Observe the Moon Night Saturday.
The Coastal Resources Commission will require shellfish farmers to go through the variance process to build floating structures in their lease areas.
Several restoration and conservation projects on the coast were awarded grants through the North Carolina Land and Water Fund.
The public can attend the meeting in-person in Raleigh, online or listen by phone.
The 25th Blessing of the Fleet in Morehead City is set for Sunday morning and the Swansboro Blessing of the Fleet is Oct. 7.
The division said that further harvest reductions were prompted by a stock assessment update with last year’s data.
Dr. Reide Corbett is set to discuss beach nourishment on the Outer Banks Thursday at the Coastal Studies Institute, ECU Outer Banks Campus, in Wanchese.
The two coastal communities would each likely be dramatically different today if not for their neighboring Marine Corps installations.
As plant officials offered assurances Wednesday that the move would not increase emissions, people who live in the lower Cape Fear region vented their anger during an open house in Leland.