The conflict between the Marine Fisheries Commission and Wildlife Resources Commission appears to begin when the two state agencies decided to work together in 2018 on delineating jointly managed waters.
The public hearing at the Surf City Municipal Complex is on two proposed leases.
The Ferry Division announced its recent receipt of a federal grant to study the possibility of building a second site to service the fleet.
Get rigged and ready, because the best time to be fishing the beach for fall-run speckled trout is before the sun rises.
Federal and state officials are to discuss Thursday the upcoming cleanup of part of the Navassa Superfund site as well as hiring and training opportunities for residents and businesses.
Eastbound lanes heading into Wilmington are anticipated to close as early as Jan. 3, officials say.
A collaboration of researchers and scientists is working to secure $160 million over 10 years from the National Science Foundation to build an innovation center that’s the ecosystems technology analog to the Research Triangle Park’s biotech boom.
The Secretaries’ Science Advisory Board will hear during its meeting Wednesday in Raleigh a toxicology summary for PFAS and updates on recent studies for the long-lasting chemicals.
The new state construction requirements to be featured at the Holly Ridge site are meant to ensure that docks and piers are built to a stronger standard to prevent storm debris and reduce cleanup and repairs after storms.
Guest commentary: Duke University senior Holden Buchanan examines Beaufort’s duality as a coastal science hub and example of climate vulnerability.
Money for the five efforts here is part of $144 million for projects that enhance the resilience of coastal communities and improve habitat for fish and wildlife in 31 states and U.S. territories.
Accusing town officials of “one-sided behavior,” software CEO Todd Olson and his wife Laura have withdrawn their application seeking to conditionally rezone the undeveloped parcel known as The Point.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has reversed its approval for Chemours to import GenX into North Carolina.
Nick Pulfer has been selected to serve as the new chief of visitor and resource protection for the Cape Lookout National Seashore.
The 15-minute event, which caps off the year-long celebration of the Ocracoke Light Station’s 200th anniversary, will take place Dec. 7.
A ruddy turnstone secures a snack recently at the surf’s edge near Oceanana Pier in Atlantic Beach. These sandpipers have a varied diet that includes crabs, mollusks, worms, sea urchins and small fish, according to the National Audubon Society. They nest in the North American and Eurasian arctic and winter along the coastlines of six continents. Contributed photo: Nicholas Green