Tools for slowing the flow of polluting stormwater runoff were the focus of a recent event at the Cedar Point Recreation Area, part of a collaborative effort to restore water quality in the White Oak River.
Federal officials this week took steps toward approving permits for seismic exploration for oil and natural gas off the East Coast, as opponents warn of its threats to the coastal environment.
Despite concern over reported black bear sightings in coastal North Carolina communities, wildlife experts say it’s not that unusual to see them out and about this time of year.
Since 1942, the lives of British soldiers who defended the Atlantic coast, including North Carolina’s, during World War II have been honored during ceremonies on the Outer Banks.
The Carolina coast was seemingly far removed but also vitally engaged in the escalating Cold War in April 1962, when President Kennedy toured area military installations.
Officials recently announced plans for new restrictions on hunting at the Rachel Carson Reserve in Carteret County, where visitors increasingly enjoy other activities.
Women in science will be on hand as role models for an event designed to spark middle school-aged girls‘ interest in technical fields set for April 1 at Duke University Marine Lab in Beaufort.
This year’s Taste of Core Sound program, set for Feb. 24, will celebrate the legacy of the Core Sound Decoy Carvers Guild and will feature the three surviving members of its “Original Seven” founding board members.
“Port Light,” a new online exhibit, reveals through interactive multimedia the rich histories of vessels once vital to the trade, transportation and day-to-day lives of coastal North Carolinians.
There’s a better place than the landfill for your natural Christmas tree: Fort Macon State Park and some beach towns are collecting trees for use in rebuilding dunes.
The Core Sound Waterfowl Weekend, Dec. 2-4 in Harkers Island, is an annual celebration of Down East North Carolina’s coastal culture and heritage.
Residents of Down East communities in Carteret County aren’t happy that the new minor league baseball team in Kinston has assumed their coastal identity in its chosen name, the Down East Wood Ducks.