The N.C. Court of Appeals upheld the lower court’s judgment that the Cape Fear Public Utility Authority’s third motion to intervene was untimely.
The ruling could benefit homeowners statewide who want to install solar panels on their homes but are restricted by rules set by a homeowners association.
The historic site in New Bern is celebrating the Fourth with a reading of the Declaration of Independence and various observances throughout the day.
The Division of Marine Fisheries randomly selected fish tag numbers from more than 664 tags that were turned in during 2021.
Four coastal towns are getting money in the latest round of awards from the Volkswagen settlement to install publicly accessible chargers for zero-emission vehicles.
Touch Tank Tuesdays with the N.C. Coastal Federation’s Wrightsville Beach office will be held each week until July 26.
Windsor has been selected for a $839,450 grant to fund rural economic development projects.
The goal is to provide information on shellfish leases and the potential of shellfish aquaculture enterprise areas in and around Bogue Sound, where there’s a moratorium on new leases.
The fellowship is for researchers and DEQ staff to identify and address gaps in information about PFAS and identify research needs.
Dredging to alleviate shoaling near the Ocracoke-Silver Lake Terminal began Friday and may take up to 10 days to complete.
The Friends of the New Hanover County Arboretum will host the second annual Juneteenth celebration from 5-8 p.m. Saturday at the Arboretum in Wilmington.
Applications for the free permit are available online, by calling, or by setting up an appointment at one of the division offices.
Dare County and National Weather Service officials have partnered to help educate the public on the hazards of storm surge and flooding.
The Interagency Council was established by Executive Order No. 80, which also directed cabinet agencies to coordinate their efforts to address climate change and transition to a clean energy economy.
The Kill Devil Hills beach nourishment project began Monday and is expected to be completed in about a month.
Climate change mitigation through soil health will be one of the topics addressed during the Soil Health Institute’s seventh annual meeting in August.