The New Hanover Planning Board on Thursday denied a proposed new zoning district on the riverfront.
Anyone in North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia can submit their observations of wildlife interacting with marine debris to the new Tangled in Trash app, which allows agencies to study possible solutions.
BOEM has granted Dare County access to up to 6.6 million cubic yards of sand from the outer continental shelf to restore 11.6 miles of beachfront.
Though no cold-stun events have happened so far this season, the Division of Marine Fisheries is asking the public to keep an eye out for cold-stunned spotted seatrout.
The meetings about projects related to the former Kerr-McGee Chemical Corp.’s creosote-based wood-treatment site are online only, and two times are offered to allow greater public participation.
Matthew Parr of Wilmington caught the record-setting 7-pound, 1.6-ounce red hind Oct. 1 off Cape Lookout.
The online course is to help coastal managers and planners plan and implement green infrastructure projects to reduce impacts of coastal hazards in their community.
The state Division of Marine Fisheries has scheduled a public hearing by web conference on proposed shellfish leases in Pender County.
Dare County Emergency Management Director Drew Pearson has been appointed to serve on the FEMA’s Region 4 Advisory Council.
Though the 2021 Atlantic hurricane season ended Tuesday, officials urge residents to be prepared for disasters year-round.
The nonprofit Outer Banks Conservationists are hosting the first two Saturdays in December Christmas on the North End, costumed interpreters sharing how Roanoke Island families celebrated the Christmas holiday in the mid-1800s.
The state Secretaries’ Science Advisory Board will have an online meeting Dec. 6 to hear how the Environmental Protection Agency plans to address PFAS and how it relates to North Carolina’s efforts.
Commercial season closures for spot are Dec. 10 through April 4, 2022, and for croaker Dec. 16-31.
The state’s new Regional Resilience Portfolio Program was formed to help eastern North Carolina communities that were impacted by Hurricane Florence plan for climate change.
Croatan National Forest rangers are asking for comments on a proposed project to address damage on the Neuse River related to 2018’s Hurricane Florence.
NCDOT officials and engineers will share an update on the project’s progress and answer questions.