A reception and panel discussion starting at 5 p.m. Wednesday will kick of the “RISING: Perspectives of Change along the North Carolina Coast” temporary exhibition at the Coastal Studies Institute in Wanchese that will hang through January.
Dare County commissioners have OK’d a resolution offered by outgoing Board of Transportation member Malcolm Fearing to name the new Pea Island bridge in honor of Capt. Richard Etheridge.
Joey Daniels of Wanchese is convinced that raising oysters like you do corn offers a way to make money and preserve the environment.
Environmental groups have reached an agreement with the state to drop their legal challenges against building a replacement for the aging Bonner Bridge.
Coastal residents are facing a tidal wave of pending insurance rate hikes. A bill in the N.C. General Assembly could offer some relief.
The state Department of Transportation is considering two plans to fix a battered section of N.C. 12 along northern Hatteras Island.
More than 250 direct descendants of the men who manned the Bodie Island Lighthouse came together in Dare County to take part in a homecoming.
There may come a day when new technology will help predict the beginning of life for one of nature’s oldest species.
The N.C. Coastal Federation helped broker a one-of-a-kind project in Dare County in which recreational and commercial fishermen will be working together at a N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission’s boat ramp.
Stan Riggs, a marine geologist and researcher at East Carolina University, makes his case for a different future for the Outer Banks.
Sea turtles stunned by cold water have taxed rehabilitation facilities this winter, including the state aquarium in Manteo.
A coastal community on the Outer Banks struggles with what to do with houses that end up in the public trust area due to beach erosion.