The Dare County Library Adult Speakers Series will feature “Roanoke’s Forgotten Colony: The Freedmen’s Colony of 1863-1867” with Fort Raleigh National Historic Site Ranger Josh Nelson.
The Department of Environmental Quality is hosting two webinars Wednesday to get public input on the governor’s directive to create an Advanced Clean Trucks program.
A faulty recirculation pipe at Murphy-Brown Farm discharged nearly 30,000 gallons of untreated waste from Murphy-Brown Farm into a tributary of the Cape Fear River.
Officials broke ground Friday for the renovation of the more than 5,300-square-foot building at Hammocks Beach State Park where Black educators convened during segregation.
“Sankofa: Return and Get” is a new work written by storyteller and singer Ron Daise and scored by Wilmington Symphony Orchestra conductor Steven Errante.
The Secretaries’ Science Advisory Board currently includes 13 experts in toxicology, public health, ecology, engineering, and other related fields
The temporary closures are due to rainfall and resultant runoff.
The presentation examines the middle period of the school’s history, from the mid-1930s to the 1954 Brown v. Board of Education decision.
Duke University marine biology professor and Duke Marine Lab Director Andy Read, who has studied marine mammals worldwide, says the diversity of marine species here is crucial to his work.
Currently disaster recovery executive director with the Office of State Budget and Management, Richard J. Trumper begins his new role Wednesday with the N.C. Department of Public Safety.
Fort Macon State Park has unveiled its early-season slate of hikes, demonstrations and other activities.
The N.C. Coastal Land Trust has purchased for conservation five adjoining parcels along the Chowan River.
North Carolina law bars state money for terminal groins, but the Topsail Island Shoreline Protection Commission has made it a goal this year to change that law.
An agenda and supporting documents will be posted before the meeting on the commission website.
The N.C. Maritime Museum in Beaufort is gearing up for February by offering educational programs for all ages.
N.C. Sea Grant, ECU and Carteret Community College are collaborating to develop a framework for coastal protection design and siting, as well as living shoreline training courses and a certification program.