NCDOT has resumed a project on hold since last year to extend the lifespan of the B. Cameron Langston Bridge.
NCDEQ’s Division of Air Quality announced Monday the enforcement action against the Fayetteville plant for exceeding its annual air emissions limit for GenX.
The N.C. Division of Water Resources has approved a collaborative plan to help Atlantic Beach address flooding.
Sanderlings take flight over the beach in Kitty Hawk. Although a familiar and common sight on beaches around the world, this migratory species’ numbers may be in serious decline in the Americas, with surveys showing as much as an 80% drop since the early 1970s, according to Audubon. Photo: Kip Tabb
YMCA Wrightsville Beach Sprint Triathlon organizers canceled the swim portion of the Sept. 25 race after state officials detected high levels of bacteria in Banks Channel.
Scenic Consulting Group in Wilmington completed another phase of a shoreline stabilization and restoration project at the Brunswick Town and Fort Anderson historic site.
Contract crews will begin working at night this week to accelerate the replacement of two bridges to and from Harkers Island in Carteret County.
The Museum of the Albemarle in Elizabeth City is going to feature the “Woeful Story of Nell Cropsey & Jim Wilcox” during its Oct. 6 History for Lunch.
With House and Senate agreement on a state spending plan, it looks like another drawn-out budget battle with the governor may be avoided.
The fee-free Bonner Bridge Pier had a line form before opening at 8 a.m. Friday for the first time to the public.
Airports in Hyde, Dare and Carteret counties will receive grant funding for safety and various improvements.
Plans are in the works to remove 1 million invasive carp from Lake Mattamuskeet, a move stakeholders hope will help with water quality and clarity.
NCDEQ’s Division of Air Quality issued air permits for log fumigation operations at companies in New Hanover and Wayne counties.
The EPA has committed to making a decision within 90 days on a petition made by six North Carolina groups to require Chemours to test the health effects of PFAS.
Western Carolina University’s Program for the Study of Developed Shorelines has reached the $5 million mark in receiving grants to support its research and work.
Carteret County officials hope to begin a proposed project to dredge east Taylor’s Creek and use the sand to nourish areas on Radio Island by the end of the year.