The Dare County Waterways Commission discussed Monday both the short-term and long-term future of dredging Hatteras Inlet at its virtual meeting.
Hatteras Island residents can attend a meeting Wednesday with UNC Chapel Hill researchers to help prepare and recover from storms.
Construction is well underway on the Hatteras Village pedestrian and multi-use pathway.
NCDOT expects the 2.4 mile-long “jug handle” bridge to open in late 2021 or early 2022.
New fencing has been installed to protect the historic Salvo Community Cemetery
The Avon Fishing Pier on the Outer Banks will open Wednesday for the 2021 season.
After a winter of numerous renovations, the Rodanthe Fishing Pier will reopen Saturday for the 2021 season.
Construction is expected to begin this month on the Hatteras Village Pathway, a 3.1-mile paved pathway expected to be completed by Aug. 15.
Residents could pay less in taxes than initially thought to fund the Avon Beach Nourishment project if approved.
The Graveyard of the Atlantic Museum needs funding to create a permanent display showcasing a rare coin collection acquired through decades of beachcombing along Hatteras Island.
Work is underway on the 26-site Avon by the Sea RV Park at the Avon Pier and is expected to open by Memorial Day.
A new, historic photo exhibit honoring the 150th anniversary of the first lighting of Cape Hatteras Lighthouse is on display in the lighthouse’s visitor center and bookstore through spring 2021.
Dare County Board of Commissioners recently awarded a $342,640 Tourism Impact Grant toward the 3.75-mile Hatteras Village Multi-Modal Pathway, and construction could begin by February.
The 2.4 mile-long Rodanthe Bridge, or “Jug Handle” bridge was 54% complete as of Thursday, but the expected opening of the span has been delayed from fall 2021 to the end of the year.
More than 17,000 migrating birds, including more than 11,400 northern pintails, made a stop last week at Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge on the Outer Banks.
The Cape Hatteras United Methodist Men have been hard at work in the past few weeks helping families on Hatteras Island protect their homes with a Repetitive Loss Reduction Project that is currently in full swing.