Wrightsville Beach’s long-awaited beach renourishment project is expected to get underway this week.
More than 14,000 additional private water wells in a four-county area in southeastern North Carolina may qualify for PFAS testing.
Odom served 14 years in the North Carolina Senate and championed legislation that established the Clean Water Management Trust Fund, now known as the North Carolina Land & Water Fund.
The public hearing at the Surf City Municipal Complex is on two proposed leases.
The Ferry Division announced its recent receipt of a federal grant to study the possibility of building a second site to service the fleet.
Federal and state officials are to discuss Thursday the upcoming cleanup of part of the Navassa Superfund site as well as hiring and training opportunities for residents and businesses.
Eastbound lanes heading into Wilmington are anticipated to close as early as Jan. 3, officials say.
The Secretaries’ Science Advisory Board will hear during its meeting Wednesday in Raleigh a toxicology summary for PFAS and updates on recent studies for the long-lasting chemicals.
The new state construction requirements to be featured at the Holly Ridge site are meant to ensure that docks and piers are built to a stronger standard to prevent storm debris and reduce cleanup and repairs after storms.
Money for the five efforts here is part of $144 million for projects that enhance the resilience of coastal communities and improve habitat for fish and wildlife in 31 states and U.S. territories.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has reversed its approval for Chemours to import GenX into North Carolina.
Nick Pulfer has been selected to serve as the new chief of visitor and resource protection for the Cape Lookout National Seashore.
The 15-minute event, which caps off the year-long celebration of the Ocracoke Light Station’s 200th anniversary, will take place Dec. 7.
The project to help improve coastal resilience in five communities will kick off with a check presentation at 11 a.m. Friday at Carteret Community College’s Bryant Student Center.
Attendees can learn about artificial light at night on the Outer Banks, including changes over the past nine years, what Outer Banks residents and visitors think about artificial light at night, and how changes relate to sea turtle nesting patterns.
Several of the appointments to boards and commissions Gov. Roy Cooper announced Monday reside on the coast.