North Topsail Beach has scheduled a public hearing May 15 on proposed districts related to the town’s beach erosion control and flood and hurricane protection works project.
This year’s farm bill includes a provision creating a general permit for animal operations to build and operate farm digester systems for capturing methane for energy.
NCDEQ’s Division of Water Resources is requesting public review and input by May 31 oof the draft 2020 Pasquotank River Basin Water Resources Plan.
More than $5.2 million in financial assistance was awarded to those eligible in fishing industries who sustained income losses in the spring of 2020 due to COVID-19.
The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission reports that coyote sightings peak in May as they become more active searching for food to support their pups.
Finding solutions for imperiled N.C. 12, including the ferry terminal at Ocracoke Island’s north end, is a “top priority,” an NCDOT official told the Coastal Resources Commission.
Clouds fill the sky and reflect on the water along with commercial fishing trawler Miss Katlyn’s riggings near the Oyster Creek boat ramp in Davis in Carteret County. Photo: Dylan Ray
Moores Creek National Battlefield in Pender County has received a replica of “Mother Covington’s Daughter,” a cannon in the story of the 1776 Battle of Moores Creek Bridge.
Nine special secondary nursery areas have been reclassified with associated changes affecting gill net attendance requirements in select waters.
The N.C. Division of Marine Fisheries reminds fishers that they can donate fish carcasses to science at one of seven freezer sites along the coast.
Kathy Rawls becomes the Division of Marine Fisheries director Saturday, the first woman to head the agency.
North American Butterfly Association President Jeffrey Glassberg recently visited Bogue Banks specifically to see the rare species named for the Crystal Coast.
Pine Knoll Shores and the North Carolina Coastal Federation recently completed a project to reduce nuisance flooding by managing stormwater.
Sunset Beach has permits for its planned dredging of South Jinks Creek and canals, but a small group of opponents continues to raise environmental concerns.
Cape Fear River Watch is hosting a seminar Saturday with guest speakers who specialize in how contaminants such as GenX affect health, policy and community.
Cape Fear Museum of History and Science in Wilmington has launched an outreach project to inspire young women and gender minorities to pursue careers in STEM.