Melissa Dickerson, who has been interim manager for Manteo since December, has been selected to serve as full-time town manager.
Gypsy moths have been found in new locations along the Outer Banks, with the state planning to treat the affected areas in late spring 2022.
A federal judge has ruled in favor of NCDOT and Federal Highway Administration over a lawsuit filed by conservation groups and a local organization opposed to the proposed mid-Currituck bridge.
Great Lakes Dredge and Dock Co., the low bidder for the 2022 Avon and Buxton beach nourishment projects, could start May 1 if approved by Dare County Board of Commissioners.
A Raleigh judge says the lawsuit filed by Coastal Conservation Association of North Carolina and 86 other plaintiffs against the state can move forward.
The representative 16th-century sailing ship Elizabeth II departed Roanoke Island Festival Park Tuesday for its first maintenance haul out since 2017.
One lawsuit has been dismissed and another has been filed against the state over fisheries management.
Cape Hatteras National Seashore visitors should be careful along sections of beach on Bodie Island and between Salvo and Avon where onshore wave action has created escarpments, naturally-occurring cliffs.
Dare County’s early damage estimates from Tropical Storm Michael total around $7.3 million, mostly from soundside flooding, with the highest in Nags Head, Kill Devil Hills and Colington.
What was left of Hurricane Michael created significant soundside flooding from Duck to Hatteras and knocked out power to more than 5,000 customers late Thursday.
Shellfish producers in parts of Dare and Hyde counties will be able to harvest and start sending oysters and clams to market at sunrise Saturday.
Construction crews in Rodanthe have driven the first trestle pile on the 2.4-mile “jug-handle” bridge on N.C. 12, which is expected to open to traffic by late 2020.
The state Department of Transportation announced several major projects for the Outer Banks in an annual update to its 10-year planning document, Strategic Transportation Improvement Plan.
A lawsuit filed by the Virginia Four Wheel Drive Association seeks an injunction to halt the beach parking permit fees charged to nonresidents in Currituck County, but county leaders plan to “vigorously” defend the fees.
Because of recent high tides and surf, a cliff about 10 feet high has developed along the dune line on part of the Nags Head beach just north of Jennette’s Pier.
Nags Head Mayor Ben Cahoon testified in Washington, D.C., Thursday his opposition to the draft proposal introduced earlier this week that would charge significant penalties against states that block drilling for oil and natural gas off their coasts.