Ferries to and from Ocracoke from Cedar Island and Swan Quarter have resumed regular summer schedules.
The Division of Marine Fisheries accepts shellfish bottom lease and water column applications annually from March 1 through Aug. 1.
Emmy-winning TV personality and NC State instructor Bryce Lane to explain how gardening has evolved.
As district superintendent, Joe Shimel will be the chief of operations and administration.
The Division of Marine Fisheries has a new interactive, online tool to help the public with rules like anadromous fish spawning areas, demarcations of coastal, joint and inland fishing waters, and crab spawning sanctuaries.
Submit photos of family, pets or scenery to the state Ferry Division’s summertime photo contest in celebration of the system’s 75th anniversary.
Nearly a dozen East Coast governors, including Gov. Roy Cooper, have joined the new Federal-State Offshore Wind Implementation Partnership.
The James Webb Space Telescope is the largest, most powerful, and complex space telescope ever built and launched into space.
BOEM is accepting comment on the draft guidance until Aug. 22.
The lawsuit pushes back on the Environmental Protection Agency’s decision denying a petition that would require the company to pay for human health research on 54 per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances.
The amicus, or friend of the court, brief was filed June 13. Joining Southern Shores as appellees are Duck, Currituck County, Dare County Tourism Board, Duck Community and Business Alliance and Currituck Chamber of Commerce
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.